Tampa Wildlife Removal - EXPEL Wildlife Services

Tampa FL Animal Removal. Animal Trapping, Rat Removal, & Pest Control.

EXPEL Wildlife of Tampa is the first choice for pest and wildlife control. We provide long term pest wild animal services.

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Tampa FL Animal Trappers

There is an increasing need for rodent control, raccoon removal, snake trapping, armadillo removal, dead animal removal, bat removal, and other wildlife services in Tampa. We're here to help. We service Tampa, St. Petersburg, Clearwater Beach, Palm Harbor, Bradenton, Sarasota, and everywhere in between. We provide bee removal, squirrel removal, wildlife trapping, snake removal, armadillo removal, rodent control, raccoon control, opossum trapping, insulation restoration, and more.

Tampa FL Rodent Control

How to Get Rid of Rats

Rats are a common pest among residents in the Tampa area. Our technicians use training provided by The Florida Department of Agriculture and Consumer Services Agency. We specialize in long term solutions to get rid of attics in your attic, crawl space, and yard. The most common problem with rats is when they get into your home or business. There has never been a rat problem we couldn't fix! The first step to get rid of rats is to find their entry points. If rodent size entry points are not found, the problem can not be properly fixed. The 2nd step is to evaluate where the activity is occurring. If rats are in the living space of the home, they can be more difficult to control. The 3rd step of rodent control is getting rodents out of the home. We do this by using traditional snap traps which are meant for rats and also with one way doors we place on the rat's main entry points. This allows the rodents to exit, but not return back in, therefore speeding up the removal process. The 4th step is to asses the damage. Rodents will often urinate and defecate on insulation. Also, they use the same trails repeatedly which will compress attic insulation and cause it to be inefficient. If needed, we can replace damaged insulation. To ensure rodents do not continue to be a problem, we use rodent control stations that are placed around the exterior of the home or building. 

Tampa FL Snake Removal

How to Get Rid of Snakes

**WARNING** TAMPA HAS DANGEROUS VENOMOUS SNAKES

The Tampa area has many different types of snakes that you may find in your yard. Here is a list of the most common types.

-Black Racer     -Corn Snake     -Water Moccasin     -Garter Snake     -Pygmy Rattler                       -Diamondback Rattler    -Banded Water Snake     -King Snake     -Coral Snake

If you come into contact with any snake, it is very important to remain calm. The last thing you want to do is startle the snake, or it might feel threatened. Once you spot the snake, slowly back step in the direction you came from. We do not recommend people to remove snakes unless they have ample experience or are highly trained experts. Common places you might see snakes are; yards, gardens, bushes, crawl spaces, under sheds, under porches, in attics, in trees, in homes, and in buildings. We can provide snake removal services because we are a professional snake removal company. 

Tampa FL Raccoon Removal

How to Get Rid of Raccoons

Raccoons are a common pest in Tampa. We use professional animal trapping techniques that work every time. Raccoon removal is done by our wildlife technicians. We use humane traps and will relocate raccoons to a more suitable habitat where they will not be a nuisance. Raccoons are a nuisance in yards, in the garbage, in bird feeders, in attics, in crawl spaces, and on roofs. The most effective way to get rid of raccoons is to use live traps. Our wildlife technicians are highly trained to trap and remove nuisance pest raccoons safely and humanely. It is very important to us that animals are treated with care and to educate our customers throughout the whole process of animal removal.

Tampa, FL Opossum Removal

How to Get Rid of Opossums

Opossums are the only marsupials that live in the Tampa area. Opossums give birth to a litter of 4-8 and they live in the female's pouch until ready to go out on their own. Like raccoons, opossums are omnivorous, meaning they are scavengers. We often find nuisance opossums in crawl spaces, attics, and in garbage. One of the most common calls we get