Controlling Nuisance Wildlife In Troutdale Town Center

Posted by bmedia on Friday, April 20, 2018

Wildwoods_pest_control_Discourage Possums From Invading Your Space

Charming Town Center in Troutdale welcomes visitors into the epic Columbia Gorge with a hillside collection of multicolored homes and buildings flanked by a densely verdant landscape. It is a lovely sight, an amiable, nostalgic main thoroughfare visible from the highway, nestled in the mouth of the gorge. This alluring town’s proximity to vast wilderness makes it particularly vulnerable to nuisance wildlife.

It is common to see a raccoon, opossum or skunk roaming around Town Center; they are only looking for two things: food and shelter. Unfortunately, your business’s nice warm crawl space with all of its insulation and seclusion provides the perfect home for these animals to live and breed. 

It is unhealthy to have your home or business contaminated by wild animals. Every measure should be taken to ensure these pests keep a respectable distance including but not limited to:

-Never, never, never feed a raccoon, opossum or skunk.

-Ensure all your vent screens are in place. Usually, this is the only way smaller pest animals can access your crawl space, so it is critical to have them sealed and in place.

-Keep your waste in secured containers when stored outdoors.

If you have signs of wildlife infestation in or around your home or business, contact the professionals at Wildwoods immediately.

At Wildwoods Pest Control, we employ an approach to pest control called “Integrated Pest Management,” we believe that each home should be treated differently because each home is unique. Troutdale’s many varied neighborhoods each have specific needs and vulnerabilities. Wildwoods has served Troutdale area communities for several years and can create timely and effective solutions to all your wildlife and pest control issues.

Call or Contact Us Today for a Consultation!

 

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