Wildlife control is specialty work, and every job is different. There's no one-price-fits all option. To get a free price quote over the phone for your wildlife situation, call us at 607-241-0317 and describe your animal issue, and we can give you a phone estimate. Factors that can affect price include:

  • Type of animal and number of animals
  • Location of animals (yard, or in attic?)
  • Number of trap setups we will need to use
  • Amount of animal damage repairs needed
  • Size of house, extent of inspection needed
  • Potential dangerous roof or animal factors
  • Do you need animal waste and odor cleanup?
  • Driving distance to your property

Tompkins County trapping There's a reason we have consistent 5-star ratings on Google and Yelp. We are available for fast service! We can usually schedule same-day or next-day appointments at your convenience. We have stationed our field technicians in towns all over the state. Our server response time is the primary goal of our website experts. We have invested resources in creating a website that loads fast. This is important because it ensures that once the call has been made, the time which it takes to respond is quick. We maintain fast server response times that do not fluctuate. We have content delivery networks which are frames of distributed networking of proxy servers and their data centers. They are geographically spread out to provide content to users as fast as possible. To achieve that, we have invested in high-performance servers. Our employees have been trained adequately thus always have their equipment close by, ready to spring into action at any time. We use the training and resources that the Humane Society of the United states has made available. We also provide feedback to the HSUS staff managing that program on what works for us and how we implement effective policies and responses to wildlife issues. Our staff have also trained to calm the clients down on the phone since many feel threatened by the wildlife in their places. As we have learned by answering phone calls and completing on-site visits, a key to effective response is taking the time to inform people about wildlife behavior. This enables them to be more relaxed in dealing with them before our team arrives.