Experience why residents in the Dallas-Fort Worth Metroplex call Critter Stop to help make their property critter-free.
"My experience with Critter Stop was fantastic! They showed up when they said they would. They were thorough and communicated the issue and possible solutions clearly. I was walked through the plan to solve our issue and prevent it from happening again. I never felt like I was being pressured or sold unnecessary services. They were professional, friendly, and I would not hesitate to recommend Critter Stop to anyone."
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Have you heard noises in your attic? Have you found animal droppings on your property? If this sounds like the situation you are experiencing, we can help.
At Critter Stop, we are a humane animal removal company operating in the Dallas-Fort Worth Metroplex. We have a 4-step process that ensures the removal of wildlife from your property. We also offer a lifetime guarantee that gives you the reassurance that if a critter gets back into your home, we will come back out and do a removal free of charge to you.
We're not simply removing the animals from your property. A thorough inspection determines the level of sanitation and restoration needed to return your home to a clean and safe state, while preventing recurring issues.
We treat every critter invasion as an emergency. This is why we offer a 24-hour turnaround for estimates on all services.
We use humane practices to remove animals from your property. We believe in removing large animals and returning them to a safe place outside (after all, it was likely warmth and safety they sought out in your home! They don't mean any harm.).
Rodents love attics. They offer a place of warmth and protection. However, critters can quickly compress and contaminate insulation, making it less energy-efficient and a serious health risk to you and your family. If you hear noises scurrying in your attic, it is likely that some animals have made it their home.
Animals can dig and chew their way into your home practically undetected unless you're regularly monitoring your home for damage. Look for chips in paint and peeling shingles as an early sign of animal activity on your roof around the returns.
Like your gutters and roof, fascia gaps are hard to see from the ground, so you have to inspect this part of your home regularly. Unfortunately, if you skip this inspection, you typically don't recognize an issue until you experience a leak or animal intruder. As your home’s foundation inevitably moves and shifts, these fascia gaps grow, so be sure to re-seal this area of your home every year to avoid gaps that will allow animals to slip inside!
If you're not sealing up your garage gaps, you're basically asking for mice and other small critters to waltz right in and make themselves at home. Garage gaps give off heat, and many people store their garbage cans and other enticing items in the garage that attract animals. If a critter gets into your garage, that's just one step closer to them getting inside your home with your family and pets – luckily, these gaps can be sealed with proper gap stops you can install yourself!
Your vents offer a path of least resistance to these furry friends. They can sense your home's warmth, smell your food and garbage, and can easily find their way inside - especially if you do not have a strong, secure screen or hardware cloth to keep critters out! Manufacturers’ screens keep bees and bugs out but are too thin to deter critters, so be sure you regularly inspect these vents to ensure our fuzzy outdoor friends stay outside.
Yes, animal intruders are pests that can cause structural damage - but worst of all, they can create a hazardous environment for your family and pets! Raccoons are of particular concern because their feces can carry dangerous diseases for years, which can be transmitted via airborne, microscopic eggs.
"Called Critter Stop to help remove raccoon who was attempting to make a home in my attic. After reviewing my attic and the entry point Chisam discussed with me a plan to install a one way trap to let the critter out. Once the critter was out the entry point was repaired and painted. Through out the entire process I received timely updates on the project until completed. Chisam and his team were great to work with, and the job fully met my expectations. I sincerely recommend this company for any kind of animal removal"
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