Hartford County Wildlife and Animal Removal

Pest Animal Removal Hartford County - Wildlife Control

Welcome to Pest Animal Hartford County! We are a wildlife removal company servicing Hartford County, CT. Histoplasmosis, leptospirosis, salmonella ... Have you ever heard of them? They are just three diseases spread by the wildlife that can invade your home, and our wildlife control methods, combined with a 32-point home inspection service, ensure those diseases are never a threat to you and your household. And who are we? We're a family run wildlife control company who promises to give you a level of customer service and care that you won't have seen before. We've won awards for our care and dedication to detail, and that's what makes us the number one wildlife control company in the metro area for three years on the trot. We offer free quotes, and even free advice, and our phones are answered 24/7 by a team who are not only friendly, but also fully trained. Did we mention that we use only the latest technology and state of the art equipment for the job? And that we're the most humane wildlife control company you'll find, for the most competitive prices too? We won't ever use poison, but we will repair any damage the animal will have caused, and make sure any holes and cracks are completely sealed so that they can't ever be used as an entrance by wildlife, and therefore many dangerous diseases, ever again. Why not get in touch for some free advice or a free quote today? Written quotes available on request. Call us now at 860-398-6685 for your Hartford County wildlife control needs.

About Pest Animal Hartford County and Our Services:

We answer our phones 24/7.

Property inspections and in-attic inspections.

Nuisance wildlife trapping and removal.

Critter damage repair to your home.

Attic restoration and decontamination.

We never use poisons! We don't handle insects.

Licensed and insured in Connecticut

Hartford County rat control and rodent removal

Complete removal of squirrels in the attic

Hartford County dead animal removal inside houses.

Our Service Range

Our Service Range

We service Tolland County, New London County, Middlesex County, New Haven County, and Litchfield County. We also service Southington, Avon, Enfield, Windsor, East Granby, Berlin, Hartford, Manchester, Farmington, Plainville, Bristol, Glastonbury, Simsbury, New Britain, and more.

Hartford County Wildlife Removal Tip of the Month: Is It Legal For Me To Trap A Rodent?

As soon as you find a rodent somewhere on your property, you will most likely start thinking about how to remove it. If the animal is inside your home, you can try using the exclusion method, but in the case of smaller rodents or those outside of your home, trapping is a much more common solution. Before you trap a rodent or do anything else to it, however, you will need to make sure it is legal to do so in your area.

Check Your Regulations
Unfortunately, there is no hard and fast rule across the country about whether or not you can legally trap a rodent. Each area has their own set of rules and they can vary greatly. Some areas let you trap rodents if you plan on killing them or releasing them on your property. Others won't let you trap them at all. You should always check your local restrictions before making a decision.

Rats And Mice
In most cases, it will be legal to trap a mouse or rat on your property, but once again, you should check your local laws before doing so. There may be some restrictions on whether or not you can trap them, including based on the specific type of rat or mouse and whether babies are present or if the animal is being a nuisance. Washington, D.C. for example, only lets you trap and relocate rats and squirrels, meaning you cannot use lethal traps. You may have heard the rumor that you need a hunting license to use a mousetrap in certain states like California, but this is just a rumor.

States tend to have slightly more restrictions on larger rodents such as squirrels. California, for example, does require a permit to trap them. Most states will not actually let you trap squirrels without some sort of paperwork. In cases where you can trap squirrels, you are frequently required to kill them and dispose of the animal yourself.

How To Be Sure
The best way to be sure that you only take legal actions against rodents on your property is to hire a professional. Wild removal experts will be familiar with all the local regulations and laws so you don't have to worry about getting in legal trouble. In cases where trapping a rodent isn't legal, a professional will be able to provide you with a humane and legal alternative.