(985) 590-5778

Wildlife Trapping Professionals Franklinton, Louisiana

Call us now at (985) 590-5778 for professional wildlife removal services in Franklinton, LA.

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We are a professional animal removal company headquartered in Franklinton, and servicing all of Washington County, LA. We solve problems with wild critters in the home and around the property. We handle animals such as squirrels, raccoons, skunks, rats, mice, opossums, and even snakes, bats, and birds. We most commonly receive calls about scratching sounds in your attic, or digging in your lawn, or many other critter problems. We not only remove animals, but we provide a wide array of services, from animal damage repairs, preventative home repairs, attic cleaning, and more. We are fully licensed and insured in Louisiana, and we answer our phones 24/7. Call us now at (985) 590-5778 for a free price quote and to schedule a same-day or next day appointment for animal removal.

Our company has one goal; to provide you with long-lasting solutions to your wildlife problems and ensure that they go away for good. Our company is licensed and insured, and we use commercial liability insurance to protect your property. Our wildlife control services are tailor-made for both residential homes and business places. Our team of licensed animal control professionals are well versed in the most effective animal control and exclusion techniques peculiar to different animal species. We make sure that every approach is effective with long-term results; our goal is to get animals to stay out. Our veteran wildlife specialists make sure you do not need animal control for the same species more than once. Our specialties include both life exclusions, trapping and removal of dead animals from your property. Our wildlife control services also include thorough clean up and sanitization of the affected areas after the animals are gone. We are one of the best in business with over 10 years of hands-on experience. Our clients trust us because we always get the job done the right way. When you call us, we listen to your problem and send a veteran to you as soon as possible. Our experts will listen to your wildlife problems and give you advice on how to handle if it’s something you can do.

About Our Company

Services We Offer

  • Wildlife Trapping
  • Prevention Repairs
  • Attic Cleanup

Best service in Franklinton

  • Superior wildlife control from attic to yard, start to finish.
  • Available 24/7 with weekend and same-day appointments
  • Humane treatment of animals and professional service for you.
We are competitively priced, but for the value you get, we are the best. Not all companies are the same! A pest control company will bill you monthly, for years, but never solve the problem. We solve your wildlife problem, permanently, the first time. No two jobs are exactly alike, so call us at (985) 590-5778 for a price quote.

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Ways Rodents Can Enter Your Home

Despite your attempts to keep rodents away, they seem not to leave. You go searching for help and you probably have read about the ways to prevent them from intruding. Sealing off possible entry is astep to take. You start sealing off all entry points, you seal off holes in doors, windows and every vulnerable location. You get to your plumbing pipe and seems not to know what to do. You begin to think that rodents can find a way through your plumbing.

The above described scenario is not far fetched in buildings that are rodent infested. Having a cozy building doesn't prevent these crafty creatures from penetrating the walls. As resourceful animals, vulnerable entry points are the targets of these creatures. Your plumbing might not look as vulnerable as doors, windows and garages. Your plumbing is still on their list. If rodents can make it into the attic, why can't they make it through your plumbing?

A plumbing is a system of drains, fittings and pipes that allow the distribution of water around the house. Before we consider how they get in through your plumbing, you might want to consider what makes it possible. Rodents are capable of entering openings that are very small, climb effectively and can chew through almost anything. Rats, a type of rodent, are very good swimmers and can jump from heights.

Chewing through pipes

Rodents gnaw for teeth growth control. With sharp incisors, they can chew through any pipe and can easily move up the pipes or across them with ease. Rodents are known to be resourceful, committed, so the thickness of your pipe and length might mean less to these creatures. If you have a chewed through pipe, do well to get a plumber to get it done as quickly as possible to reduce a possible influx of rodents.


The only rodent that can swim properly is the Norway rat. Although they make poor climbers, they can swim their way through your sewer and drain pipes. Most roof plumbing works as drainages. They can come in through your toilet sinks and bathtubs. You can do well to make a grate or cap over pipes to reduce the probability of rats swimming through.

Pipes that passes through the wall

A slight opening as the diameter of a little finger is enough for rodents to access your plumbing. Slight cracks in the wall that houses the pipes can make plumbing vulnerable. With very strong and sharp teeth, not even concrete can stand in their way. A pipe will easily be gnawed and then penetrated. You can use caulk covered with steel wool to block off holes in walls. You can contact a professional plumber to fix pipe cracks or simply cover it with mesh.

Air conditioner pipes

Few instances of power outage have been attached to rodents who gnaw on electric cables. Air conditioner pipes are usually perforated to allow the fixing of the AC. Such gaps can be exploited by rodents.


Rodents have a thousand and one means of getting into the home. Do a lot of routine check on your plumbing and you might be blocking off a spot for rodent’s infestation.

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