Wildlife Exclusion Services

We can rid you of animal and wildlife problems safely and efficiently

Trutech technicians apply animal control and animal removal to trap and remove animals that do not belong in your home. Once the animal is removed, the animal control technician will perform an inspection to determine the point of entry and identify other potential points of entry, recommending the best method to prevent unwanted lodgers.

In many cases, exclusion is required to prevent animals from re-entering a residence. In addition, the entries that one animal makes can be expanded upon and used by other animals that were not previously there. It is important to eliminate these entries with reliable construction techniques.

Trutech animal control and animal removal technicians take great pride in their exclusion work. They make sure that entryways are completely covered and inaccessible to unwanted guests. In addition, Trutech animal removal technicians see to it that exclusions are as cosmetic as possible, tailoring shapes and colors of construction materials to match your home. We believe that the only thing that should be visible is your beautiful, pest-free home.

Chimney Caps

The nostalgia fireplaces invoke in family rooms is both sentimental and timeless. However, fireplaces require an extra level of maintenance to ensure they function properly and safely. One feature that many homeowners neglect to install or inspect is a chimney cap. These ventilated covers both repel rain water and debris and also prevent the need for animal removal from chimneys.


Bats, mice, and squirrels are all able to enter homes easily through even the smallest holes. These pests sometimes enlarge tiny cracks in order to get inside, as well. Since most chimneys are sufficiently wide for bigger pests like raccoons, chimney cap installation is key to keeping bats, mice, squirrels, and other problem animals out.


Bird Nets

The most effective way to humanely remove unwanted birds from your property is to prevent them from occupying it. Once birds have found food, it’s difficult to discourage them from continued feeding.

Anti-bird nets provide a safe and humane method to discourage birds from feeding in  your garden or fruit trees.

In gardens, draping bird control netting over a row of plants and securing it to the ground provides inexpensive cover. For longer rows, raised garden bed bird netting can be affixed to a wood frame.

The longer the row, the heartier the frame should be. Bird netting for fruit trees should also be attached to a frame that holds it away from the tree. Even though bird nets are lightweight and porous, strong winds exert surprisingly heavy force on them. Failure to adequately secure the netting and frame can result in flapping that pulls off fruit or even causes nets to collapse completely.