Animal Control in New Jersey
Action Termite and Pest Control Offers Humane Capture and Release of Animals for Businesses and Residential Customers in New Jersey
Wildlife, Varmint, Critter and Creature Control in NJ
Our certified professional technicians are trained to remove animals from your property and prevent them from returning. We are fully committed to protecting your home and property in a safe and effective way. We also always guarantee your satisfaction and have been doing so in New Jersey since 1971.
Our professional pest removal technicians will create a removal plan to rid your family of unwanted animals and prevent them from returning. Action Termite & Pest Control is available for any animal and wildlife control you might be experiencing and at a reasonable cost, as well as, in a timely manner.
Action Termite and Pest Control provides a humane removal of nuisance wildlife in New Jersey. If you are having an issue with animal control in Ocean County, New Jersey, Action’s trained wild life experts will perform an inspection of your property, provide wildlife removal and/or wildlife relocation, as well as, repair damage to structures and provide exclusion methods to prevent future wildlife nuisances.
Our Service Includes:
- Same day service for immediate wildlife removal
- Free inspection: homes, backyard, attic vents, chimneys, roofs and more
- Expertise in indoor & outdoor animal control
- Treatment plan provided to remove and prevent unwanted raccoons, squirrels, groundhogs & more
Q: What are common animals in NJ that are considered pests?
A: Common Pest We Remove in NJ:
- Bat removal
- Flying squirrel removal
- Grey squirrel removal
- Groundhog removal
- Mole removal
- Raccoon removal
- Skunk removal
We continue to provide superior service to our customers & we take the worry away from our customers by trouble shooting the problems and eliminating future home or property intrusions.
Animal Control Quick Tip – While many common pest-proofing techniques will keep out wildlife pests as well as insect pests, you should take several additional precautions to be sure your home is not attractive to wildlife. Opossums and raccoons can be attracted to garbage, so keeping trash in sealed bags and disposing of it regularly will reduce the chance that pests raid your garage or garbage cans. Also note, cutting back tree limbs from the roofline is a good step to discourage squirrels from getting access to the attic.