Houston Animal Attic

Attic Animal Pest Houston

We are Houston Animal Attic, a full service wildlife removal company servicing Houston, TX. Whether you are having an issue with snakes, squirrels, rats, birds, bats, skunks, or any other kind of nuisance animal around your house, we have the experts who are ready to assist you in removing these problem animals from around your property. We understand the kind of damage they can cause, and are ready to assist you to remove them. We provide this service for both residential and business properties. Our expert professionals are trained in the use of all of the latest state-of-the-art equipment. They undergo regular training and have years of experience. We know exactly how to handle any kind of problem critter you may have. We also treat you like family. This is a family run business, and we want you to know you will always be treated with the greatest amount of respect and courtesy. It doesn’t matter what time you call, we always have someone on staff ready to take your call and assist you in removing these wild animals. Emergencies happen because these wild animals don’t sleep, so we don’t either. If you have a problem, call us today. We have operators that are waiting to take your call 24 hours a day. We are waiting to hear from you. Call us now at 281-305-3704 for a solution to your wild animal problem.

About Pest Animal Houston and Our Services:

Critter damage repair to your home.

We offer attic cleanup and sanitation services.

Specializing in wildlife only - no poisons.

Fully Texas licensed and insured.

Houston rat control and rodent removal

Bat control in Houston - removal from attics

Raccoon and skunk removal in Houston

We get rid of animals in the attic

Our Service Range

Our Service Range

Spring, Pasadena, Cypress, Humble, Tomball, Deer Park, La Porte, Channelview, Bellaire, Jersey Village, Atascocita, West University Place, Aldine, South Houston, Klein, Crosby, Galena Park, Nassau Bay, Webster, Jacinto City, Highlands, Piney Point Village, Hedwig Village, Hunters Creek Village, Bunker Hill Village, Morgan's Point, Southside Place, Taylor Lake Village, Hilshire Village, Spring Valley Village, El Lago, Cloverleaf, Barrett, Sheldon,

Houston Wildlife Removal Tip of the Month: How to keep opossums away from your property

Wild animals such as opossums are increasingly moving into human habitat in search of food and hideouts. Finding a place where there is a constant supply of food items around makes them stick around even longer. These animals may not pose an immediate risk to human beings but they can indirectly cause damages. Their droppings can transfer infections and diseases and their dead carcasses are worse. They also like to forage and can create a mess in and around your house aside from actual damage to the house.

There are several ways in which you can keep these animals from living or worse still, nesting in your home. Some of these methods include:

Adequately lighting up your porch and the area around your house. Opossums like to stay in dark places where they can hide and only come out at night. Having lights in these places where they are bound to enter through will make them avoid your home completely
Trimming tree branches so that none of them touch the roof of your house is another method to use. This will prevent the animals from accessing your house by climbing the trees and onto your roof.
Fencing the areas around the porch and under the shed where the opossums are most likely to hide using some kind of metal barrier will keep them out of your property as well. Alternatively you can pack stones or concrete under these places where they could hide to make them impenetrable.
Opossums stay in places where they can get a supply of food and so keeping any food in and around your house well stored in tamper proof material will help drive and keep them away for a long time. This also goes for dustbins. Having them covered tightly every time will prevent the opossums from foraging in them while looking for leftovers.
Feeding your pets from inside the house will also prevent the opossums from coming to eat their food. Opossums love pet food and having feeding bowls littering your compound will attract them to your property
Trimming tall grass around your compound and trimming bushes as well will minimize chances of the opossums hiding in and under them. Without a place to hide the opossums will be driven away and kept away for longer.
Refrain absolutely from feeding opossums. For some reasons some people find baby opossums to be adorable. Well, that only lasts until they are well fed and big and then they are no longer wanted. Feeding the opossums will only keep them on your property to your detriment, avoid it
Place traps strategically around your compound to catch the animals before they get into your space.

Trapping them is the most effective method of removing them from your property without much of a hassle. Use any food for bait and you are guaranteed to catch them.