Fort Myers Wildlife and Animal Removal

Pest Animal Removal Fort Myers

Welcome to Pest Animal Removal Fort Myers! We are a wildlife removal company servicing Fort Myers, FL. If you want to know why we’re the best people to remove that pest you have in your own, this is why - we strive to keep up-to-date with all the latest training methods, and we also make sure we go to all the seminars the industry has to offer. Finally, and probably more importantly, we like to use all the latest technology when it comes to wildlife control equipment. Why? Because that, combined with the ten years of experience we have under our belts, has helped us to become the number one pest removal company in the metropolitan area. And that was for three years in a row too. We offer our services in both residential and commercial properties, it doesn’t matter what the job is, or how many animals there are, we have the tools to get the job done, and we’ll do it all with a smile on our faces too. We really do love the work we do. We like to think it shows in the work and service we provide - how does #1 pest control company in the metro area for not just one year, but three years running sound? It’s because our phones are answered 24 hours a day, 7 days a week, by friendly, polite and fully-trained phone staff. Give us a call for more information today. Call us now at 239-443-5097 for your Fort Myers wildlife control needs.

About Pest Animal Removal Fort Myers and Our Services:

Humane wildlife trapping and exclusion.

We repair wildlife damage and prevent re-entry.

Specializing in wildlife only - no poisons.

Fully Florida licensed and insured.

Experts in Florida bat removal from buildings.

Fort Myers raccoon removal and skunk removal.

Complete removal of squirrels in the attic

Dead animal removal, inside and outside.

Fort Myers snake removal and prevention.

Fort Myers bird control services.

We look forward to hearing from you!

Our Service Range

Our Service Range

We service Lee County, Charlotte County, Glades County, Collier County, and Hendry County. We service towns such as Bonita Springs, Cape Coral, Fort Myers, Sanibel, Fort Meyers Beach, Estero, Alva, Bokeelia, Buckingham, Burnt Store Marina, Captiva, Charleston Park, Cypress Lake, East Dunbar, Fort Myers Shores, Gateway, Harlem Heights, Iona, Lehigh Acres, Lockmoor Waterway Estates, Matlacha, Matlacha Isles-Matlacha Shores, McGregor, North Fort Meyers, Olga, Page Park Pine Island Center, Pine Manor, Pineland, Punta Rassa, San Carlos Park, St. James City, Tanglewood, Three Oaks, Tice, Villas, Whiskey Creek, Babcock Ranch, Boca Grande, Palmona Park, and Suncoast Estates.

Fort Myers Wildlife Removal Tip of the Month

How to Get Rid of Bats
Nobody likes Fort Myers bats. Unless you are a vampire or some kind of weird freak, there is simply no way to like these flying rats. They are horrible in every way imaginable, and do nothing but spread disease and terror. If they can be gotten rid of then it is certainly a must do so. Here are some simple things you can do to get rid of these Florida vermin to make your home and property feel a lot safer and be a lot more enjoyable.

If a Florida bat flies into your home, which they are prone to do at times, then you must begin by simply finding a way to shoo it out yourself. This is actually not too hard to do. Start by opening all the windows in your home. You want to give the bat every chance to get out of your home, and to find nothing standing in its way. All doors and windows to the outside should be opened. You want to make it as light as possible in your home so it is uncomfortable for the Fort Myers bat. Simply turn on all the lights and then, using a broom, swooshing the bat toward a door or window until it goes away. Make sure you try to cover as much of your skin as possible to protect yourself from getting bitten.

If the bat has landed in your home you can also use a Tupperware container or coffee can to get it out. If the Fort Myers bat is on the floor or on a wall, simply go over and cover the bat with the container so it is pinned inside the container with the wall closing the top. Pull the container slightly away from the wall, and slide a top or board over the top of the container. Take it outside and lift the top and let the bat go. If you have a butterfly or fishing net, this is a great way to catch bats and get them out. It also makes your contact with them a lot less personal, which is favored by many people who see these little beasts as just plane yicky!! Catch the bat in the net, take it outside and shake the net until the Florida bat is free. Wear safety gloves to protect your hands at all times. You may find that you have to push the bat out of the net, and if you already have gloves on you have saved yourself some time.