Apopka Wildlife Control
|For the free city animal control, call 407-836-3111
AAAnimal Control is a nuisance wildlife control company servicing all of the greater Orlando area, including
the town of Apopka. We provide professional animal control service for your wildlife pests.
We work 24 hours a day, 7 days a week, including of course all evenings and weekends. We are almost always available
for a same-day or next-day appointment. We are fully licensed and insured, and provide the most effective solutions in the area.
Give us a call any time to schedule a wildlife appointment: 407-538-1694.
Remember, for free city service, call 407-836-3111
Please explore this website if you wish to learn more about us and our services. We provide Apopka pest control for
wild animals. We do not deal with dog and cat complaint or issues. We are a private company, and like all private
companies that deal with wildlife, charge for our services. We are not like the other Apopka exterminators or exterminating
companies out there. We do not deal with or spray for insects. We are trappers, and our specialty is wildlife control. The most common situations
that we deal with are rats in attics (there are many rats in Apopka), squirrels in attics, & raccoons & opossums in attics. We
are the absolute best at bat control. We also capture and remove snakes and armadillos. We do bird control, and can
catch those pest raccoons pooping in your pool or stealing your pet's food. We are fast and responsive, usually providing
FL State licensed and insured - permit# N5499 - residential/commercial - operating 24 / 7
Hi sir, I received your e-mail address from an informative piece of information on the internet, which I believe, you wrote. I have a
raccoon problem in my attic. We have had this old home place, in the city , for awhile. We are in the process of refurbishing
the place. Need a lot of work. Anyway, I noticed that we developed a leak in the dining room ceiling as I spotted small stained areas in the ceiling tiles. Well, one evening when we arrived home, I heard a drip drip drip. Yep, The ceiling tile had fallen and
we had water dripping onto the floor and other things. Well, we were in the process of trying to find the leak to no avail. One night coming home, just before sunset, I noticed a dark spot on the roof. After further inspection I noticed a HOLE in the roof,
approx, 12"x16". Well, needless to say, there was where the water is coming from. Today, we are in the process of patching this whole until we can get the roof re-roofed. Well, saying all of that, I was coming outside approx. 3 days ago, stood on the four wheeler,
and noticed to my surprise, a rather large HEAD protruding from the hole in the roof, a
raccoon head. Quickly he / she ducked back in. We had heard , what seemed to be, running, in the attic and thought it were rats, but now I know.
Haven't heard and whining or any
baby sounds coming from there. But I do know they are in the opening in the cornice, because I can poke with a pole and they move around. My question, Do you know of anyone in my area, we live in Apopka FL. approx. 300 miles north of there, that could help me with this problem?
We are looking for Apopka animal control or Apopka Wildlife Removal to help us. I would rather not do as my so call friends have said, and get in the attic with a 22 and rid my attic that way. I just
don't know how to resolve this problem. Any information you could supply would be greatly appreciated. We are fixing the roof this pm. It is scheduled to rain tomorrow. Also, there is a hole at the corner of the cornice that is going to be repaired. You should know, The house had a patio which was made into a living area. The house is old siding and the new is brick and there is a small separation in between, so didn't know if they are in there. Anyway, thanks in advance for any information you can provide. I can give a phone # if that would be more appropriate to relay information. Thanks again. May you and your family have a joyous Merry Christmas and Happy New Year. Jerry Oh, is it possible to give a ball park figure on the amount needed to fix this problem, money wise? Thanks