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Welcome to AAAnimalControl.com

AAAnimal Control is a nuisance wildlife control company located in Orlando, FL. We help people solve conflicts with nuisance wildlife. This includes animal capture, removal, exclusion, damage repairs, waste cleanup, and more. We specialize in humane trapping techniques and complete animal pest control solutions.  Basically, if you have a problem caused by the wild animals in your area, AAAnimal Control can solve it.

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State licensed and insured   -  permit# N5499   -   residential/commercial  -   operating 24 hours a day, 7 days a week

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My goal is to provide wildlife removal education. Browse this site for plenty of how-to advice to do it yourself. If you need to hire a pro, you can call me in Orlando, or you can check out my directory for a hand-picked pro that I either trained personally or extensively interviewed, in your town. Serving 98% of the US population.

2014 Winter Squirrel Season: Don't forget, mother squirrels have their babies in February, and by March, the young are nearly full-size and running about. (They have another litter in late winter as well) If you hear noises in your attic, especially in morning and evening, give us a call and we can humanely remove them and repair the entry holes they've chewed open. You can also click here for my Guide to getting squirrels out of an attic for more information.

Orlando Bat Control: August 2014 is baby bat season! The young bats start to fly in August, and you might suddenly notice that you've got bats in your home or building. No bat exclusions can be performed in June or July, but August is prime time for bat control! We specialize in the humane removal of the entire colony of bats from your attic or building. We completely bat-proof the home, so that no bats can ever return, and we give a guarantee. We also clean and decontaminate the waste that the bats have left behind. Click to see my Bat Control Blog for some examples of bat jobs I've done. Call us any time to discuss your bat problem and to schedule an appointment.

2014 Rat Season: As the cooler weather arrives in winter, the rodents in Central Florida seek out a warm place to spend the nights. The most common nuisance animal is the Roof Rat. These disease-ridden critters are nocturnal, and can often be heard scampering up the walls and in the attic at night. They chew on electrical wires, contaminate food, and spread disease. Check out my Orlando rodent control page for more information on our permanent rat control techniques. We also deal with mouse problems, which you can read about on my Orlando mouse control and mice trapping page, but the truth is that mice are far less common than rats in central Florida.

Weekly Advice Column: If you have a vegetable garden in your back yard, chances are something is going to eat your vegetables. A large, motley crew of animals will be tempted into a garden, and some are more destructive than others. Rabbits are often the most destructive grazers, where deer and small, tree-dwelling mammals will be disinclined to linger too long. Rabbits are surprisingly tolerable of people, so it takes more than a shout from the kitchen window to scare them off. Rabbits live in almost every habitat in the United States, as well as various countries around the world. The creatures have a very long breeding season, and can have a litter of babies as often as every thirty days. With such a steady rate of reproduction, it is understandable why rabbits can manage to wipe out an entire garden overnight. Like rodents, rabbits have teeth that continuously grow and must be kept to a manageable length by chewing. This instinctual need to chew and eat makes the rabbit a formidable veggie predator. To keep a rabbit out of your garden, youíll want to install a fence. Fencing is the most humane and non-invasive way of keeping your vegetation safe. A rabbit will rarely try to chew through a wire fence unless there is absolutely no other food anywhere else. As herbivores, rabbits can forage on a variety of grasses, so breaking down fences to enter a garden is unnecessary to them. Your fence doesnít have to be pretty. It can be made from a roll of chicken wire or other inexpensive wire mesh. You want to make sure to have a heavy base on the fence which is flush with the ground. While a bunny may not chew through a fence, it can definitely burrow under it. Gaps at the base of your fence will indicate that it is possible to get through if the rabbit makes the attempt. If a solid base isnít within your budget or skill level, making your fence slope outward at a gradual angle will discourage animals from digging underneath it. Again, even if the fence slopes outward, it still needs to be flush and anchored to the ground. If you doubt the power of the fence and want to try some of the other anti-rabbit ideas out there, you have a variety to pick from. Mothballs, the most frequently recommended animal repellent, are not safe for use around edible plants. In all honesty, mothballs rarely work anyhow. Similar results are achieved with the use of predator urine or dirty cat litter sprinkled around the garden. Rabbits do fear their natural enemies; however, just because an area smells like a cat doesnít mean one is around. Bunnies know this just as well as you or I. Another common trick is to leave clippings of human hair around the garden. As with the cat litter, human hair in and of itself is not threatening. A person in the garden is threatening, not the hair they leave behind. If you really want to try the human hair trick, at the very least it does act as a decent fertilizer. To read more, click how to keep rabbits out of the garden

We specialize in the humane capture and removal of nuisance wildlife in the greater Orlando area. I consider myself the most skilled of Orlando trappers, and I provide a full line of complete wild animal control solutions. I do not operate a typical Orlando Pest Control or Orlando exterminator company, I run a dedicated service devoted to the removal of any wild Orlando critter, pest control and prevention, and waste cleanup services. I specialize in services such as the removal of rats in an attic, squirrels in a ceiling, raccoons in the house, snake control, and more. I specialize in bat control for the state of Florida. I have trained several friends in other parts of the state. Contact Mike in Tampa if you need service in the Tampa Bay area, contact Andrew in Jacksonville if you need help in Northeast FL, and call Patrick in Fort Lauderdale for service in the Southeast, including Boca Raton. I and the professionals I have trained perform full wildlife damage repairs and offer a complete solution to any pest animal or critter problem, from birds to mice, snakes to armadillos. Give me a call any time at 407.538.1694 for a consultation. You may also browse this site for more information and a directory of other trapping companies. We service all of greater Orlando, including towns such as Winter Park, Longwood, Lake Mary, Maitland, Altamonte Springs, Apopka, Oviedo, Lake Conway, Doctor Philips, Windermere, Sanford, and more Orlando animal control areas.

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