Chicago Critter Getters - Professional Nuisance Wildlife Removal


Juvenile Raccoon Removal
Juvenile Raccoon Removal
Removed by hand from a customers attic along with their mother.
Damaged Insulation
Damaged Insulation
Obvious raccoon damage to the foam board in an attic.
Squirrel removal
Squirrel removal
The squirrels at this apartment were storing away more than just nuts. They left behind half of a muffin in this vent.
Feces in attic
Feces in attic
Raccoons were using this area of insulation and conduit as their bathroom.
Squirrel proofing a vent
Squirrel proofing a vent
Squirrels were using this vent to gain access into the attic of a condo. Once removed our technicians sealed the vent to prevent future entry.
Damage to roof
Damage to roof
A very determined raccoon was chewing and clawing next to where the power lines connected to this customers roof.
Sealing vents
Sealing vents
Going above and beyond to make sure our customers won't have to deal with sleepless nights due to invading squirrels anymore.
Reinforcing under a deck
Reinforcing under a deck
Skunks and even a fox were making under this customers deck a spacious home.
Young raccoon removed from under a deck
Young raccoon removed from under a deck
This raccoon was branching out from his mothers den and chose the wrong house to make his new home.
Juvenile squirrels removed from home
Juvenile squirrels removed from home
Squirrels tend to use houses as an easy and safe place to nest and have their young.
Raccoon Exclusion
Raccoon Exclusion
Raccoons leave behind some very obvious evidence that they have been frequenting this home.
Raccoon In Attic
Raccoon In Attic
Our technicians look for any and all evidence to determine which type of animals are inside the attic.
Raccoon damage to duct work in attic
Raccoon damage to duct work in attic
All too often raccoons tend to rip into duct work inside the attic to cool it down a little bit. Unfortunately the home owner is the one stuck with the a/c bill.
Flying squirrel Removal
Flying squirrel Removal
Flying squirrels are not too common except for a few spots in the chicagoland area. Mostly with old tall trees that they use for nesting and flying.
Raccoon Exclusion
Raccoon Exclusion
The raccoons moved a couple inches over from a previous companies patch. This is why all possible entries and weak areas need to be reinforced.
Raccoon Insulation Damage
Raccoon Insulation Damage
Paw prints are a great way to determine which kind of animals have invaded homes.
Young juvenile raccoon removal
Young juvenile raccoon removal
These little guys were removed from above a customers bedroom ceiling. The area that the mother chose was directly above where they were sleeping in their bed.
Raccoon prints on duct work in attic
Raccoon prints on duct work in attic
More evidence left behind by the masked bandits.
Raccoon destruction to duct work
Raccoon destruction to duct work
Once again the customer was stuck paying the a/c bill so the raccoons could be more comfortable inside their attic.
Bat feces in attic
Bat feces in attic
Bat guano concentrated at the base of this support beam for the roof.
Bat entrance into attic
Bat entrance into attic
Oils and urine from a good size colony entering and exiting the attic.
Bat feces in insulation
Bat feces in insulation
More guano accumulated in this insulation.
Bat insulation damage
Bat insulation damage
Another area in the same attic, this colony had been using this attic for a long time.
Bat exclusion
Bat exclusion
Setting up exclusion methods so bats can exit the home but not return.
Raccoon exclusion
Raccoon exclusion
This small family was jeopardizing the structural integrity by burrowing under a shed.
Muskrat removed from window well
Muskrat removed from window well
Muskrats do not tend to cause damage to homes, but occasionally they will get lost and fall into basement window wells. This small critter can be very aggressive when cornered.
Raccoon on roof of commercial building
Raccoon on roof of commercial building
This raccoon had been breaking into a brand new awning of this commercial building.