In Caroline County, there is never a shortage of park or trail to visit and enjoy. With the wide selection of trees, there is never a shortage of birds to watch and enjoy as you stroll through a park. However, there is always the chance that one of those birds could find its way into your home. Smaller birds can find their way into your home through gaps in your roofing, ventilation from appliances, and the occasional open window. Certain local birds like sparrows, pigeons, and starlings are known to build their nests in homes and other buildings. While this may seem harmless, birds can cause serious issues with your home. Bird droppings can cause clogs and blockage in chimneys, vents, and drains, causing even more serious damage to your home. The droppings of birds are very high in acid, which can cause your home’s structure to deteriorate. It can also begin the spreading of bacteria throughout your home, which will lead to damaging health problems. Small birds aren’t the only issue in Caroline County. If you have a home close to one of the several marinas throughout the county, then you have most likely seen a seagull or goose. Birds that tend to stay close to bodies of water can cause messes out of the ramps and the surrounding marina. When birds become a hassle in Caroline County, don’t turn to poison, call the professionals at Mid Atlantic Wildlife Control. Our technicians are trained by the top professionals within the industry of animal control to handle bird situations in a way that is both efficient yet humane. Poisons have been used in the past by others to handle bird problems, but poison harms both the birds along with the surrounding environment, including residents. At Mid Atlantic Wildlife Control, we offer an array of services dealing with birds such as:
- Trapping and removal
- Disinfection and deodorizing
- Attic, Vent, and Chimney Clean Out
- Vent Cover Installation
- Repair Work
To get started with Mid Atlantic Wildlife Control in Caroline County, call us today at 443-417-3137. You can also visit our online contact page. Follow us today on Google+, Facebook, Pinterest, and Twitter.