Denver, Colorado Wildlife Removal & Control

Trutech and Critter Control have united to form Colorado’s leading wildlife team. Soon, you will notice some changes in our uniforms, vehicles, paper work and equipment. What will not change is our commitment to providing you with the best service available.

Wildlife Control in Denver, CO and Surrounding Areas

Contact Trutech® today to learn more about animal control and removal services for Ft. Collins, Denver, and Colorado Springs, CO.

As one of the largest wildlife removal companies in the nation, our expert technicians have more than 100 years of combined experience. So, you can rest assured that we will get the job done quickly and effectively.


TRUTECH'S ANIMAL CONTROL SERVICES IN Denver, Colorado AND SURROUNDING AREAS

  • We are experts in raccoon control, skunk removal, and more.
  • We can close off potential entry points to keep wildlife from re-entering your home or business.
  • We can remove old insulation that may have been tainted by animals living in your attic.
  • We guarantee we can solve your problem, whatever it takes.

Q&A with your local branch manager:

What are some of the most common wildlife issues faced by homeowners in your area?

Bats, snakes, rabbits, gophers, rats, mice, raccoons, geese, squirrels, voles, and skunks are some of the most common animals.

Homeowners in our area encounter wildlife every day. Many communities in Aurora and Denver are adjacent to open space areas, reservoirs, rivers, and drainages, which provide excellent habitats for Colorado’s native wildlife. It is common to see a deer or a fox in your neighborhood, and most Coloradans enjoy admiring the wildlife so close to home.

Despite this, sometimes the wildlife gets a little too close. In my experience the primary nuisance wildlife issue homeowners face are caused by raccoons and squirrels. These animals are skilled in finding and/or creating ways to enter homes, through unsealed vents or by digging or chewing a new entry point in the siding. Many homeowners face other issues when entry points remain undiscovered or are sealed improperly. Rabbits, snakes, and rodents may use these entry points, as well.

How do the seasons affect wildlife activity in your area?

Cold weather tends to drive in rodents into the homes and attics; whereas, warmer weather tends to bring in pests like gophers, voles, snakes, and rabbits to lawns.

Colorado enjoys four distinct seasons and therefore our native wildlife adapts to an instinctual routine to accommodate the changing seasons. Spring and summer seasons are when Coloradans notice wildlife activity around their homes. Temperatures are warmer, more species are active, and baby animals are abundant. Most of the issues homeowners face in warm seasons are caused by mating rituals and animals looking for a place to nest and have their babies.

Fall and winter bring cold, freezing temperatures, and near the first frost, wildlife searches for a place to stay for the winter. This is when residents have issues with raccoons, snakes, squirrels, and other rodents entering the home looking for a warm place. Species that do not hibernate in winter can cause further issues. Food is scarce and many residential bushes, shrubs, and trees take a beating. Deer, antelope and elk feed on the branches and even the bark. Additional damage can be done to the homeowner’s plants when voles and other rodents tunnel under the snow and feed on the base of bushes and shrubs and their root systems. Scarce food can also drive rodents inside, entering homeowner’s pantries and pet food supplies.

Any prevention tips for residents in your area?

One way to prevent wildlife issues is to inspect your property and seal up any weak spots or possible entry points before they become an issue. Many squirrel issues can be easily avoided with the installation of a chimney topper or by ensuring that all vents have screen or mesh seals.

Another way to avoid unwanted animal encounters and issues is to minimize their food source. This requires that trash bins are sealed tightly and kept in a secure place until the morning of trash day. Placing trash bins out the night before may be convenient to homeowners, but animals such as raccoons, coyotes, bears and foxes searching for food at night will find the easy access of a trash bin as a food source and come back for more. In addition to securing trash bins, it is important not to feed or offer food directly to any wildlife. By doing this, homeowners welcome animals into their homes and normalize human contact. This causes wildlife to be unafraid of people, leading to dangerous encounters in the future.

Also, minimize ground clutter. Stacks of lumber, unsecured retaining walls, leaf litter, or overgrown shrubs create nesting or hiding places for animals.

What are the top service calls in the area?

Voles, rabbits, gophers, and bats.

When should homeowners call Trutech?

Preventive services are the most common ways of preventing major issues and costs. If you suspect an issue, do not delay.

It is important to contact Trutech at the first signs of a wildlife issue. Do not wait until the sounds get louder, the smells get stronger, or the hole in the side of the house gets bigger. The earlier wildlife issues are addressed, the less the possibility of damages and exposure to diseases. If you wait too long before calling for help, further damages can happen. Animals entering the home have been known to not only carry diseases but also cause electrical fires when they gnaw on wires and cables in the walls, basement and attic. Call Trutech early to protect your home from damages, and to ensure your family’s safety.

Animal Control & Removal

Our team of technicians can offer solutions to all your wildlife control needs. For over 30 years, we have provided customers with unmatched expertise, coupled with a high standard of professionalism.

Trutech Pledge

Wildlife problems become nothing but a memory after the experts at Trutech design a custom pest removal strategy for your Denver, CO, home. Our specialists are skilled in the fields of entomology, herpetology, and biology, so they can put their experience to use while devising the best course of action for your particular pest problem. The team of technicians are even capable of eradicating airborne nuisances such as bats, birds, and flying squirrels.

We are fully committed to complete customer satisfaction. Our talented workers don’t let up until the job is done, and will stop at nothing to rid your Denver, CO, home or business of persistent pests. With over 100 combined years of experience in the field of animal control, Trutech is your perfect ally in the battle against problematic wildlife.

Service Area

We serve these communities near Denver: Arvada, Westminster, Broomfield, Boulder, Aurora, Brighton, Centennial, Castle Rock, Englewood, Littleton, Lakewood, and Evergreen, CO.  Also serving: Fort Collins, Loveland, Greeley, and Colorado Springs, CO.

Testimonials

Naomi Schnee

(5)

2 years ago

We hired Truetech after several miserable attempts to work with terminex to trap and remove squirrels from our attic. I called Orkin on a Saturday, and Daniel at Truetech called me back Sunday and scheduled to come in Monday at 7am. Daniel is quick, efficient, patient, friendly, and professional. The price was more than reasonable and we were confident in his ability. He laid the one way trap and closed the remaining access points and said he would return to remove any deceased animals and the trap after a week, to make sure all of them were gone. Sure enough, he checked in midweek and when we were confident all the squirrels were gone, he came in the following morning to finish the job. I highly recommend Daniel and Truetech and grateful that Orkin led us to them. 10/10 would work with Daniel again.


Allie Barwind

(5)

3 years ago

They have been great at removing and keeping snakes away. Anytime I have an issue, they respond immediately.


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