Prevent fire hazards

Eliminate Fire Hazards With a Home Inspection

Prevent 20% of Fires With a Home Inspection

It’s time for a home inspection. Did you know that chewed wiring by small rodents accounts for 20% of undetermined house fires?If left unhampered, nuisance wildlife such as raccoons, rats, & mice will destroy ductwork, vents, and wiring. All of which can lead to disastrous fires that can be prevented with a quick home inspection. Apex Wildlife Control offers a very low cost, top-to-bottom inspection that covers everything so you can rest-assured.

 

Prevent fire hazards with a home inspection
Rodents account for 20% of all unaccounted fires.

What’s Included?

Apex Wildlife Control’s home inspection & consultation, covers a complete analysis of your home & property. Our wildlife experts check from foundation to rooftop for signs of chewed wiring, damaged foundation, ductwork, and animal activity. Unfortunately, many of these dangers go unnoticed or ignored, which leads to even greater problems. You may be unaware of present activity, and need decontamination, fecal removal, or trapping to prevent health hazards. Don’t put you & your family at risk if you don’t have to. Our experts will consult & advise upon inspection, putting you on the right track to solving your problem.

 

What If You Find Activity?

If Apex Wildlife Control finds signs of animal activity during our inspection, then upon consultation we will advice trapping. Trapping is always your best means to end a nuisance wildlife problem. Not only does it assure the animal is gone, and not dead in a floorboard or wall, but it also eliminates other pests and wildlife. Similarly, we will advice exclusion to seal up breaches in your roof, walls, or foundation.

 

Exclusion is the only guaranteed way to solve the problem. When you purchase exclusion services from Apex Wildlife Control, we guarantee the work for 1 year. As CEO Charles Harris says, “choosing not to purchase exclusion is the same as leaving the door open when you have a fly problem”. If you don’t seal the entry point, other animals will eventually find a way into your home.