Wildlife Exterminators in Lake Oswego
Wildlife infestations are all too common and can cause serious damage to your home. Be on the lookout for:
- Unexplained noises in your attic or under your house
- Holes in your lawn or damage to plants and landscape features
- Other signs of wildlife on or near your property
Our Lake Oswego wildlife exterminators are here to help. We can eliminate unwanted wildlife infestations and keep pests from coming back.
While Raccoons, Squirrels, Opossums, and Bats may seem small and harmless at first, they can cause big problems for your property, family, and pets. Left unchecked, wildlife can chew electrical wires, break pipes, and cause expensive structural damage. This is not even including the multitude of bugs and diseases these wild creatures may carry.
Protect your home and your family.
EcoCare’s preventive and eco-friendly proven methods for Lake Oswego wildlife extermination and control are designed to meet your needs.
An awesome company to work with. Kind and courteous people on the phone and in person, and the solution they use on the inside is totally humane and pet-friendly. It’s been almost a year now and no more pests!
– Kevin C.
Our Approach to Lake Oswego Wildlife Control & Extermination
1. Inspection & Analysis
Before recommending any treatments, our expert Lake Oswego wildlife exterminators will thoroughly examine and inspect your property, looking at the foundation and the exterior of your home. We’ll look for cracks, holes, and any other possible access points for pests and wildlife infestations. We’ll also look closely at your crawl space, attic, and landscape for signs of possible infestations.
After completing our inspection and analysis, we’ll explain what we found. Then we’ll work with you to create an extermination, exclusion, and prevention plan you can count on.
Keeping animals out of your home and off of your property is the #1 key to a successful Lake Oswego wildlife treatment plan. Our wildlife exterminators are known for their attention to detail. Even the smallest holes and gaps are thoroughly sealed and reinforced. If larger or more technical repairs are needed, we’ll partner with our sister construction company to get the work done.
3. Careful Wildlife Extermination
Depending on what we find in our inspections, our Lake Oswego exterminators will apply professional traps and capture methods to safely remove the critters from your house and property. For instance, our bat removal system involves installing a one-way “BatCone” so Bats can leave, but can’t get back in. These targeted removal and extermination methods are designed to be highly effective as well as safe for both people and pets.
Inspect. Exclude. Exterminate.
When you work with the experienced Lake Oswego wildlife exterminators at EcoCare Pest Control, wildlife removal is easy.
Great company with amazing employees. Jimmy is always so helpful and answers all my questions. Even brought our dogs treats. Such a nice guy and always great to see him. Great job controlling pests and come out anytime we have any issues. Glad we found them!
– Krista D.
Common Wildlife in Lake Oswego
Our experienced Lake Oswego exterminators target the source of the problem. We stop infestations where they start and keep critters from coming back.
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- Served over 34,000 satisfied customers
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Lake Oswego: (503) 222-5566
Frequently Asked Questions
“Where do you work? Will you come to my home?”
Our experienced wildlife exterminators work throughout the Lake Oswego and Portland/Vancouver metro areas. We would be thrilled to come to your home, and we generally offer free, no-obligation quotes.
“What attracts wildlife to my home?”
Most wild animals spend the majority of their time looking for shelter and food. Unsecured garbage is extremely tempting to wildlife. Additionally, any opening into your crawl space, basement, or attic offers opportunity for animals to find shelter — especially during bad weather. However, it’s possible your home will attract curious wildlife even if it’s completely secured and doesn’t have either of these problems.
“Can critters like Raccoons and Possums injure my pets?”
Small wildlife like Raccoons or Possums will generally not attack unless they are cornered, feel threatened, or are a mother protecting her brood. Since most wild animals are nocturnal, they are most active when your pets are likely inside your home. If you’re dealing with critters around your home, don’t try to remove them yourself.
“Can you remove Bats all year round?”
No, Bats are protected by law during their nesting and mating seasons in the months of June, July and August. No matter the time of year, if you suspect you have a Bat problem and need a Lake Oswego Bat exterminator, contact us and we can discuss your Bat removal options.
“How do you get rid of the Bats in my attic?”
We use an innovative device called a “BatCone.” It’s like a one-way door to allow Bats to leave, but doesn’t let them get back in. Once we ensure all Bats have left your attic (or any other enclosed space they’re using), we can proceed with the exclusion to permanently seal the opening and prevent future entry.
“Do you perform all your prevention and wildlife damage repairs in-house?”
Virtually all our wildlife prevention and repair work is performed by our own technicians. Our sister construction company performs larger and more technical repairs as needed. The only exception is electrical damage, which we subcontract as it requires a special license.
“What do you do with the captured animals?”
Most species are required by law to be euthanized. We always use the most humane methods possible, which allows the mammal to fall asleep and unconscious before passing away some minutes later.