Humane Wildlife Removal in Silver Spring, MD
District Wildlife Solutions is your local family-owned wildlife control company serving Silver Spring, MD. We specialize in the humane trapping and removal of a variety of animals, including raccoons, opossums, bats, squirrels, flying squirrels, foxes, and groundhogs, and can repair whatever damage they may have caused to your residential property. To prevent these kinds of critters from becoming unwanted intruders in the future, we also offer animal-proofing services for your entire home.
It’s our mission to help families feel safe, secure, and protected in their homes once again with high-quality animal control services. No matter how much damage wildlife has caused or what your concerns are, we go the extra mile to ensure your satisfaction with our work. Living in your home when you suspect you may be sharing it with a wild animal can feel stressful and uncomfortable, which is why we make your problem a priority. You can count on us for quick response times, and we can even provide same-day and next-day services for added peace of mind.
If you think your property has become the home of an unwanted guest, we recommend contacting us as soon as you can. Even one small critter can cause a lot of damage to your property that threatens the safety of your home, and repair costs will add up over time if not addressed immediately. Animals can destroy insulation, chew through wood and wiring, and leave behind excreted matter that will erode wood and cause your home to smell. These unwanted intruders may even be carrying diseases and parasites that could threaten your health. District Wildlife Solutions has the experience, expertise, and tools needed to safely remove all kinds of creatures and fix whatever issues they have caused. Our team will get the job done effectively and efficiently so you can go back to enjoying your home.
If you’re dealing with animal intruders, you can trust the team of professionals at District Wildlife Solutions to trap and remove them humanely, repair any damage to your home, and patch up potential entry points with durable materials to protect your property.