Attic Restoration/Insulation

Sure, the animal has been removed from your home, but what now? The feces and odors and stains associated with the animal's stay in your attic can be overwhelming and the damage can be costly. Our attic restoration professionals will assess your individual situation and make necessary repairs. We can remove your soiled/ineffective insulation and replace it with new, energy-efficient insulation—learn more about our attic restoration process here and call us today for more information or an estimate.

Attic/Soffit/Louvre Vent Screen Guards

If you want to make sure wildlife can't get into your home through your roofline, talk to one of our wildlife exclusion experts about installing vent screen guards for your attic, roof vents, gable vents, and repairing soffits. Call us today about our prevention installation services!

Chimney Cap and Screen Installation

Critter Control of Dayton provides a broad range of wildlife prevention products and methods. After our technicians remove the animals from your Dayton chimney, they will repair chimney damage and install exceptional prevention techniques like installing vent screens, chimney caps/screens, and closing entry holes to discourage future conflicts with other nuisance animals.

T.A.P. Pest Control Installation

T.A.P. is revolutionary green insulation made for new and existing homes & buildings created from recycled paper that incorporates a borate-based pest control into the product. Not only does T.A.P. outperform traditional insulation in nearly every category, but it also controls pests such as ants, termites, and cockroaches at the same time!

Bees, Wasps, Hornets

Dayton has a wide range of stinging insects, some of which are beneficial and some of which are dangerous. If you want to control bees, wasps, hornets, and yellowjackets, we can help.

Some types of stinging insects you may find around your home:

  • Africanized "killer" bees look so much like a regular honeybee that the only way to tell the two apart is by measuring their bodies. Africanized bees have different wing measurements than honeybees.
  • Bumblebees are beneficial insects because they pollinate crops and plants.
  • Carpenter bees look like typical bumblebees but often lack yellow stripes. They are solitary bees.
  • Cicada killers can sting but are not aggressive—though their size usually scares people. Their activity is most visible in the spring after the larvae develop and emerge from the nest. Cicada killers are usually found in gardens feeding on pollen.
  • Honey bees are social insects found all over the world and are extremely important and beneficial insects because of their role in pollination. Honey bees are responsible for pollinating more than 100 crops in the U.S. alone. Removing a honey bee hive can be very complicated, especially if it is in a wall.
  • Hornets and wasps are feared by most people. These insects are very aggressive and can cause severe reactions in people with bee allergies. Unlike most bees, one wasp can sting several times in an attack. Hornets and wasps live in colonies and are generally brightly colored fairly large insects. They nest in many locations in the ground, in trees and tree holes, and inside or on buildings.
  • Mud daubers are solitary wasps making a variety of different types of nests. They use mud to make nests and are predatorial, usually hunting spiders.
  • Yellowjackets are generally black and yellow in color and 1 1/2 inches long. Their nests may become very large with hundreds to even thousands of individuals living in holes in the ground, walls, etc.

Call today for a home inspection and get rid of stinging insects!


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