Wildlife Removal Cottontown



Wild Thingz Wildlife Removal proudly serves South Carolina as the number one locally owned professional wildlife removal service by our loyal customers. We pride ourselves in the ethical treatment of all wildlife, their Removal and the professional services we provide to restore, decontaminate, and protect your property in Cottontown, South Carolina.

There are a variety of wildlife that are part of the Midland's natural habitat. Bats, Squirrels, Raccoons, Possums and Rats are the most common cause of damage to homes in South Carolina. As professionals, we will inspect your residence thoroughly for any signs of wildlife, entrances, damages and any biological waste that not only deteriorates your home, but is a risk to the health of you and your family. Let our team of professionals handle the challenges that come with the dirty work of facing wildlife.

Once your first appointment has been scheduled, we will begin our services with an in-depth inspection of all affected areas providing you with a full assessment of the damage done by any Wildlife. Entry and exit points aren't the only damage wildlife can incur upon your home; wildlife Carcasses and droppings can carry anything from Diseases and Parasites to a lingering odor that when left untreated can cause serious health problems.

To ensure that all current and any future damage by wildlife no longer threatens the safety of your family home we provide more than just the removal of any unwanted wildlife house guests. Our most beneficial and at times necessary services include animal removal, wildlife prevention, HVAC and Insulation removal and replacement, trapping, preventative maintenance, comprehensive decontamination, viral control, exclusion and restoration services.

If you are struggling with any unwanted wildlife guests, don't hesitate to call one of our specialists at 803-738-8003 or schedule an appointment today before any real damage is done to your home.

Trusted by South Carolina Homes and Businesses and a member of the NWCOA.