Wall Vents

Problems

We are fortunate to live where we can enjoy wildlife in our cities and our backyards. It is one of the benefits of living in a country rich in natural resources. However, urban wildlife is opportunistic and their instinct to find food and shelter sometimes causes conflict with people.

At Urban Wildlife Control Inc we understand that animals do not damage our homes out of ill intent or malice. They are simply trying to survive. Urban Wildlife Control Inc works to educate the public on the importance of prevention because we believe that wildlife deserves our respect and kindness. With good structural prevention we can keep human-wildlife conflict to a minimum.

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Wall Vents

If you have bathrooms or a kitchen in your house the chances are you have wall vents too. On most homes, wall vents are unprotected and are inviting birds and squirrels to move in. The results of these animals can be disgusting as nesting material and large accumulations of droppings can create strong odours and attract insects. These vents should be screened.