Texas Wildlife Removal & Control Services

Animal Control, Removal, Trapping & Exclusion Services in TX

Our Wildlife Control Technicians are licensed and insured. They are equipped to handle any animal removal problem you may be experiencing. These specialists can help with the control of numerous wildlife species and can also handle dead animal removal, insulation removal and replacement, and repair or exclusion services. We service most of the State of Texas for any of your Wildlife Control or Pest Removal needs. You are never far from a Trutech technician!

Top Nuisance Wildlife by Season in Texas

If you live in the State of Texas, you may experience a problems with many types of animals. We have noticed an increase in people needing help with these, in particular, the following times of year:

Fall – Bees, Birds, Opossum, Pigeons, Raccoons, Rats, Squirrels, Wasps, Yellow Jacket

Winter – Bird, Opossum, Pigeons, Raccoons, Rats, Squirrels

Spring – Bats, Bees, Birds, Honeybees, Pigeons, Skunks, Wasps

Summer – Armadillos, Bats, Bees, Birds, Mice, Pigeons, Rats, Snakes

Trutech’s Promise

Trutech wildlife removal technicians have the best training and education in the business, ensuring expert removal of any pest that has overtaken your Texas home or business. Each technician is licensed and insured, and most hold bachelor’s degrees in animal sciences. With more than 100 years of combined experience, Trutech staff and specialists are tireless in their dedication to total wildlife removal. We guarantee it.

We employ the most seasoned, battle-tested professionals in the field. They’ve seen every animal control situation imaginable, and responded safely and effectively every time. They will bring this same level of skill and commitment to resolving your issue. Pleasing customers is our top priority, and the job is not done until you are satisfied.

Local Testimonials

Giant Bee Hive Moved From School


When storms toppled an old tree near Hurst Hills Elementary school on Billie Ruth Lane in Hurst, students got an up-close look at a four-foot high beehive with thousands of bees inside. FOX 4 was there when experts removed the hive without harming the important pollinators.