Critter Control of Toledo is committed to full-service wildlife removal and once your home is wildlife-free, we provide cleanup and restoration of crawlspaces. These services are pivotal in restoring your home to its pre-critter state.

Crawlspace Repair Solutions in Toledo

Have you ever thought about all the damage an animal may have caused to your home? There are many steps to the wildlife control process, it's not just the removal of the unwanted animal(s). When they get in your crawlspace, wild animals can cause extensive amounts of damage which can escalate into serious structural issues if you do not address them promptly. 

Wild animals can cause damage to your air ducts and pipes, leading to a loss of energy and water leakage. Critter Control of Toledo will remove the feces in the crawl space, clean up the urine, fix insulation, and repair any other wildlife damages.

Crawlspace Damage Restoration 

Wild animals that find their way into your crawl space are most likely responsible for extensive structural damage that can become even more serious as time goes on. Animals such as raccoons and squirrels can be responsible for the damage to crawl space areas that affect the rest of the home, like air ducts. These animals can also damage pipes, which can lead to water leaks, unpleasant smells, and lingering stains. Critter Control of Toldeo is your go-to wildlife damage repair company.

  • Rodent droppings and urine from mice, rats, squirrels, groundhogs, and other rodents that remain in the crawlspace can lead to a crop of mold and other decay.
  • The droppings and urine alone will cause a terrible odor, and the mold will only add to the unpleasant smell.
  • If you suspect or find animals, such as rodents, skunks, opossums, or raccoons, inside your crawlspace, there's a strong chance that they will rip and tear insulation and other important components of crawlspaces in order to find nesting materials.

Call Critter Control of Toledo for crawl space restoration, crawl space repairs, and dead animal clean-up today!