Trusting a contractor and getting good work for a fair price is most important when hiring a contractor. When choosing a wildlife control operator in Michigan you ultimately make your own decision on this matter.
In hiring a wildlife control expert to solve your pest problem, you should do a little research first. Don't just look at the positive reviews, look at the negative reviews to see why someone has left a negative review.
Everything can be noticed during your first conversation with a company. The old saying "first impressions are everything". Most companies you call should know what they are talking about when you contact them. I mean that is their profession and "expertise" right?
Making Contact With a Wildlife Company
Knowing the details of your situation is the most important part of the initial phone call. This will give us an understanding of the job at hand. Most of the time a ball park price can be given so you know what you are up against. For those who won't give you a price, then they might not know what they are talking about. Some companies are more interested in getting the initial service call fee then actually getting the job done right. Getting answers from the company you are calling is key. Does it sound like the operator knows what he or she is talking about? Is the person you are talking to sound polite and organized? I mean you called them for help right? Patience is everything during the first phone call. You will have several questions so it is important for the operator to stay patient and answer everything as thorough as possible.
Michigan Wildlife Solutions has brought a fresh, new approach to the wildlife control industry. We believe in going the extra mile for our customers. There are far too many companies that look to do the bare minimum without regard for the best interests of the customer. Things are different at Michigan Wildlife Solutions We provide the most humane animal control services out there. Our poison free and live exclusion methods are much different than most competitors. We are a family owned and operated company so you can be ensured that when we send a technician to your home you are being serviced by someone that really cares.
Our Skills & Expertise
There are several questions you should consider asking during the first phone call/email or at least during the first visit to the home. We have compiled some question which may help you in hiring a wildlife control technician. Being educated about the services done on your home is very important so you know what you are getting into. Reading reviews, checking Angie's list, HomeAdvisor, or the Better Business Bureau is start. Choosing a wildlife control company to take care of your pest or nuisance wild animals can be confusing, so below are the questions we recommend asking when hiring an animal company to service your home.
These are all questions to consider asking when choosing a wildlife control company. They are solely used for your benefit, but ultimately who you hire is your decision.
12 Things to Consider When Hiring a Wildlife Control Company to Get Rid of Your Problem Pest
1. Friendly and empathetic phone support.
2. Is the company poison free?
3. Companies must have a nuisance animal control permit.
4. Companies must carry liability and workers comp insurance.
5. Inspections should always include the attic if possible.
6. Once the animals are evicted repairs need to be made to prevent return.
7. If needed does the company clean up animal waste?
8. Wildlife control services need to come with a written guarantee.
9. Prices should be competitive. Get a few quotes. We give free competitive bids.
10. No scare tactics should be used to sell the job.
11. Services that are not required should not be recommended to get more money.
12. Check reviews and get referrals.
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Michigan Wildlife Solutions, LLC
Serving All Central, Greater Lansing, and South East, Michigan cities.
Bay County, Clinton County, Eaton County, Genesee County, Ingham County, Jackson County, Lapeer County, Livingston County, Macomb County, Oakland County, Saginaw County, Shiawassee County, Washtenaw County, and Wayne County