Welcome to Pest Animal Removal Saint Paul! We are a wildlife removal company servicing Saint Paul, MN. You might not think that the invading wildlife in your home isn't causing any damage, but that's only because you can't see most of it. One of the main reasons we are called is because a homeowner can hear something moving or scuffling around in the walls of their homes, or because a slight whiff of a dead corpse has started to emulate around the house, and that's a good thing because we are the right guys (and girls) for such a job! Our ensemble is a family unit with a second-to-none customer service standard that we pride ourselves on. For your peace of mind, all staff are trained with all the latest and most up-to-date methods and standards, and we all attend industry seminars to educate us on how to do our job better and more effectively. Not only that, we carry all of the latest and most advanced wildlife control equipment. It helps to make our job easier, and it also ensures that no wildlife is injured or harmed during our control measures. We won't just handle your homes, we can deal with wildlife control problems within commercial properties also, and we carry commercial liability insurance to ensure that both you, and we, are fully covered and protected. Call us now at 651-321-5300 for your Saint Paul wildlife control needs.
About Pest Animal Saint Paul and Our Services:
Your home is your castle. You have done a lot to turn your Saint Paul home into the beautiful showcase you wish
it to be. Everything about it is just perfect for you. Then you notice it. The smell ! Yuck!!
You know something has crawled inside the walls of your home and died somewhere. You may even have a
general idea of where that is, but finding the exact location of the dead carcass is not easy, and you
don't want to be tearing all your walls apart to find it. That is almost as bad as the dead Minnesota animal rotting
in your walls – I did say almost.
So how do you find that dead Saint Paul rat, raccoon, possum, squirrel or bird? That is a good question. It will say up front that it will require a small amount of work on the walls of your home after you find it. The first place to begin is by sniffing like crazy. You need to smell around your home as much as you can to see if you can narrow down the location to a fairly small area. Ask others to help you locate as well. Have a really nosy neighbor?
Well now is the time to put them to work. Bring them in and tell them to get their honker busy. Once you have located a general area the next step is to dig a small hole in the wall that is large enough to put either a small camera, like a webcam into the wall, or a mirror with a light on it. Look around inside the wall to see if you can find the location where the Minnesota animal is. If you do not see it, then you will need to cut a second hole or even a third or fourth if necessary. Once you have found the animal you will need to cut a much larger hole in the wall. At least two foot square depending upon the size of the Saint Paul animal. There have been instances where raccoons have died in people's walls so you may need to go larger. There is no sense in trying to squeeze an animal through a hole that is too small. This will only contaminate more of your wall as you pull it out.
Once you have cut your hole, the next step is protect yourself. Wear gloves and cover all exposed areas of your skin. Make sure you wear a respiratory mask and protect your eyes with goggles. A lot of Saint Paul animals have parasites that can be transferred through the air. You can't afford to take this kind of risk with your health. You should probably use dish washing gloves to grab the animal, as they are usually quite thick and not easily torn. When you grab the animal make sure you through it into a secure trash bag. It is probably good to double bag the animal as well, and make sure you throw it away in a sealed trash can. If you find that there are more than just one animal dead in the wall don't be afraid to use more than one trash bag. Packing each animal in a separate bag makes sure you make less contact with the animals themselves. Consider that as you are putting another dead animal in a bag that contains one you are more likely to touch the inside of the bag where the first animal touched. That is just not healthy for you.