Plano Animal Attic

Attic Animal Pest Plano

We are Plano Animal Attic, a full service wildlife removal company servicing Plano, TX. For over 10 years, we have dedicated ourselves to assisting our customers in ridding their property of problem critters. We pride ourselves in being the most effective rodent control company in the area. We solve these problems by rooting out the animals at the source, eliminating the problem. We find entry holes into your home, then work to seal these so they are not able to get back in. We do all of this by using exclusion devices and other state-of-the-art methods that we have developed over the years so that these animals are not able to get back in. Besides rodents, we specialize in birth-control services. We prevent birds such as pigeons from being able to roost on your building or roof. We are experts in snakes and snake removal, have handled that colonies, and even removed foxes. It doesn’t matter what kind of pest you may have an issue with, our staff knows how to rid your home or business of these animals. We have staff that are on duty and ready to handle emergencies 24 hours a day, seven days a week. We also provide a free estimate, and there are no hidden fees. What you were told you were going to be charged is exactly what you were charged. We are ready to service your needs. Call us today. Call us now at 469-289-5921 for a solution to your wild animal problem.

About Pest Animal Plano and Our Services:

We repair wildlife damage and prevent re-entry.

We offer attic cleanup and sanitation services.

Specializing in wildlife only - no poisons.

Fully Texas licensed and insured.

Plano rat control and rodent removal

Bat control in Plano - removal from attics

Raccoon and skunk removal in Plano

We get rid of animals in the attic

Our Service Range

Our Service Range

McKinney, Allen, Anna, Farmersville, Princeton, Melissa, Murphy, Fairview, Nevada, Blue Ridge, Parker, Lucas, Lavon, New Hope, Lowry Crossing, Saint Paul, Weston, Westminster, and many more!

Plano Wildlife Removal Tip of the Month: How I Keep Skunks Out Of My Garbage Cans

Skunks are considered pests because they consume anything edible found in the garbage can which can include human and pet leftovers. What is worse is that they leave behind a big mess as they rummage through the trash cans. The best way I keep skunks out of my garbage cans is by discouraging them from visiting in the first place. It is not advisable to confront a skunk because it can easily spray you with a foul smell that will last for weeks. There are different ways of keeping skunks out of your rubbish but the most practical and safest (for both you and the skunk) are the following;

Dump as little food as possible in the garbage bin. A skunk has a really strong sense of smell and can detect food in the garbage can even when it’s wrapped in a sealed plastic bag. The best way to keep skunks away from your garbage can is to make sure that there is no food to attract them there in the first place. Try to use the waste disposal unit in the kitchen for food waste.

Keep trash cans indoors as much as possible or in an inaccessible place, for example in a locked sturdy shed or out house. In case this is not possible, use metallic or heavy plastic garbage cans that cannot easily be overturned or chewed through by the skunks. Flimsy trash sacs will only be play fodder for the skunks.

Make sure that the garbage cans are tightly covered either by using animal proof lids, lids with padlocks or if that’s not possible, by tying down the lids with heavy rope like bungee cords which, as an extra precaution, can be doused with hot pepper to prevent the skunks from chewing their way through the rope. A heavy stone can also be placed on top of the garbage can lid to prevent the skunks from opening it.

Eliminate bushy areas and piles of material or covers around the house where the skunks might hide and use as their base to terrorize you. These include piles of wood, compost or leaves that the skunks can use as their den. Keep the backyard area clean and clear of clutter. Do not leave any food leftovers or litter lying around at night and always put away pet food and bird feeders.

Another way I use to get rid of skunks from my garbage bin is to spray skunk repellant around it. I prefer home made products to do the job as they are environmentally friendly but you can easily buy ammonia or predator based solutions from the store. I usually put mustard or moth balls at the bottom of the trash can, or sprinkle hot pepper mixed with water around it. A rag soaked in ammonia can also do the trick but this one should be kept far from your plants. Remember the repellants need to be reapplied often especially during heavy rains.