Greater Dayton Ohio Animal Damage Repair Service
Provided By Barnes Wildlife Control
Locally Owned And Family Operated
Serving Southwestern Ohio
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Animal Damage Repairs And Wildlife Exclusion Service In Southwest Ohio
Barnes Wildlife Control offers residential and commercial services for animal damage repairs and Wildlife Exclusion Service. We are a reputable family owned and operated business located within the Miami Valley with offices in both Beavercreek and Troy to better serve our customers. Our animal damage repairs exclusions service area includes all of Southwest Ohio.
We have come to be known as a trusted business practice among thousands of homeowners and businesses who have used us in the past, and many have taken the time to share their experiences with us on Our Testimonial Page.
Common Entry Points for Raccoons, Bats, Birds, Squirrels And Other Critters
- Ridge, Roof, Attic, Gable Vents
- Deck & Porch
- Gutter & Fascia Boards
- Drip Edge & Loose Flashing
- Chimney, Chase Cover & Open Exhaust Flue Pipes
- Garage Door Seals
- Window Seals
- Weep Holes & Other Masonry Gaps
- Dryer & Bathroom Exhaust Vents
- Siding & Corner Post Trim
- Loose Roofing Materials
Our animal damage repairs and wildlife exclusion services were needed for fascia damage done by wildlife. The client was very happy.
We do it all. Our services include trenching and screening off decks & patios, installing ridge protection, replacing damaged soffit material, installing steel guards/covers over vents, chimney crown rebuilds, and much more. If an animal created an entry point into your home or under your deck, we are going to offer an ironclad solution with our wildlife exclusion service.
Why Animal Damage Repairs And Our Wildlife Exclusion Service Are Necessary
The actual animal trapping and removal process is only the first step in providing a permanent solution. It would be futile to trap an animal and remove it from your home or property if the area(s) they entered from remain exposed. This is why wildlife exclusion service and sealing of your home is highly important to prevent further problems down the road. We work as a team to ensure all animal damage repairs and our animal exclusion service are made to be both visually appealing & effective.
Another chimney exclusion job well done by Barnes Wildlife Control. No more critters in this chimney and home!
Preventative Services – Animal Damage Repairs And Wildlife Exclusion Service – Can Save Money Down The Road
Complete prevention is not always achieved by only fixing the immediate animal entry points. We will also evaluate other areas of the home to determine if there are any additional flaws in construction that could pose animal entry concerns. Additional preventative services such as this are always left for the customer to decide whether or not they want to take the extra step in protecting their home. Our job is to advise you on how important any given service may be, given the situation. Every home poses different obstacles, and the significance of any repair we offer is going to depend primarily on the home’s overall construction, and more specifically, conditions around the roofline. The most costly repair work is generally associated with animals living in the attic. We want to save you as much money as we can… That is why prevention services are often deemed a necessary expenditure by many of our clients. Rest assured that we do not offer any service just to make a quick buck – every service we offer has a degree of value.
About Our Team Of Experienced Wildlife & Carpentry Professionals
Every employee at Barnes Wildlife Control undergoes rigorous training and we all work as a team so that all repairs are of quality and guaranteed to keep pests out of your home for good. We also offer attic restoration which is another preventative measure to eliminate animal scent & pheromones from attracting more nuisance creatures in the future.
Our Animal Damage Repairs Exclusions Are Superior In Quality & Efficiency
Many of our technicians have long careers in carpentry and construction with a sound understanding of animal behavior and how they manage to find ways to get back into the crawlspace or under your deck. This first-hand experience is crucial in order to make the animal entry points bulletproof so that no other varmint can work its way back into your home. All of our animal damage repairs are guaranteed to last the test of time and are made with proven materials so they won’t fail or let pesky critters back into your ceiling, wall, or attic. Contact one of our Southwest Ohio Offices and ask to speak to someone about how our damage repair services are performed.
Call Barnes Wildlife Control now or for animal damage repair & exclusion services in the Ohio cities of Dayton, Centerville, Kettering, Beavercreek, Bellbrook, Miamisburg, Springboro, Troy, Greenville, Xenia, Oakwood, Tipp City, Vandalia, Springfield, Urbana, & more! Call Our Local Experts At: 937-340-1867.
Jack, our field manager, preparing an exclusion on the side of a house that had animal damage done by wildlife. Jack is a master of animal exclusions. His animal damage repairs are the best in the industry.
Repair Damage to Eaves, Fascia, and Soffits
- Eaves are the common word for the underside of a roof which extends beyond the exterior walls.
- Fascia are exterior structures that run horizontally under the edges of the roof.
- The term soffit refers to the underside of the eaves themselves
- Soffits serve to connect the fascia to the exterior walls.
Vent Damage Repair and Preventative Services
Roof vents are a very common point of entry for unwanted animals. Exposed, unprotected vents are fair game to any animal capable of reaching your rooftop. Furthermore, once the vent is damaged, problem pests are guaranteed free reign of wherever the vents lead. If you have exposed ridge vents, you can visit Peak Protector to purchase professional-grade guards and prevent unwanted animal intrusion. Additionally, we design chimney caps and vent covers to protect the exposed roof elements. Otherwise, there are plenty of preventative measures you personally can take to ensure the safety and integrity of your home’s exterior.