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Wildlife Exclusion Services in Williamstown, NJ

Animal in the Attic?
Effective Wildlife Exclusion Service in Williamstown NJ 

While raccoons, squirrels, and birds may appear adorable and amiable, they have the potential to be harmful and carry diseases. If you hear noises like purrs whimpers snarls growls hisses in your attic or one the roof, chances are that some kind of animal could be entering your attic. If you do think that a wild animal has entered your home, DO NOT try and approach them. Raccoons, squirrels, and birds often carry diseases that can be harmful to humans and will become aggressive if they feel threatened. Leave it to the Wildlife Experts! At Conscious Critter Removal we are professionals at removing animals from attics and crawlspaces, we use a variety of safe and humane animal removal methods to evict raccoons, squirrels, and other critters quickly and safely. Once the animal is evicted we'll seal off all possible entry points to ensure that your household is critter-proof. Contact us without any delay for all your critter-related concerns - we've got you covered with our exceptional wildlife removal in Williamstown NJ services!

Hearing noises in the attic?

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Why Animals get into Attics

Raccoons and squirrels are often drawn to attics for bunch of reasons.

Attics provide a comfortable and protected shelter, shielding them from the elements. These resourceful animals seek refuge in warm and cozy spaces, especially during breeding seasons when they require safe environments to raise their young. Just like humans, critters like to be warm, and safe while the have and raise their babies.


To prevent these animals from gaining entry, it is crucial to seal any openings or gaps and regularly inspect the property for vulnerabilities. Properly securing potential food sources and seeking professional wildlife removal services, if necessary, can help address existing infestations effectively. That's where Conscious Critter Removal comes in! We are experts at critter-proofing homes, so contact us today to get started.

Signs Animals are in Your Attic

  • Muddy downspouts

  • Scratching or crying sounds from the attic.

  • Feces and/or urine

  • Nests made of paper, leaves, and twigs

  • Disturbed insulation (squirrels and raccoons); if pests have nested in or destroyed your insulation, you may need to replace it

  • Ducts ripped apart (raccoons)

  • Chewed wires

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How to Get Rid of Animals in Your Attic


Wild animals are dangerous and unpredictable and should not be approached. If they feel cornered or threatened in any way they can become aggressive, and could be dangerous. Let the professionals safely remove wildlife from your home, so you don't have to! At Conscious Critter Removal we offer a full range of wildlife removal and prevention services - from animal removal to remediation, let us Critter-proof your home for you! 

Here are some of the services we can provide:

  • Wildlife Exclusion Service

  • Animal Waste Clean up.

  • Roof or siding repair.

  • Insulation removal and replacement.

  • Work with home insurance companies.

  • Dead animal removal.

  • Prevention.

Get Critters Out of Your Home

Kick those Critters out with our Wildlife Exclusion Services

We evict critters, it’s as simple as that! Raccoons, squirrels and other critters can make their way into your home and can cause thousands in property damage trying to get into your home. If you hear noises in your attic, you have an unwanted visitor We evict them through a method known as “Wildlife exclusion”. Wildlife exclusion allows the animal to go out to look for food and water, but the trap is designed to let them out but not back in. Once we evict them, we change the locks!.... meaning we close up the entry holes so that they can't get back in. This is the recommended way to go since it is much less stressful than trapping the animal.

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