Skunk Removal in New York & Connecticut
Legacy Rodent Control removes all pests from your premises, repairs damages, and prevents further infestations. As far as professional skunk removal services go, Legacy is certified and prepared to handle your infestation with care and professionalism.
Skunk removal is a serious business, and it helps to know exactly what you’re dealing with. When threatened, skunks emit an odorous spray—this is their primary means of defense. So, if you have any of these creatures on your property, it’s best to not approach or startle them. Instead, call Legacy Rodent Control for efficient, knowledgeable, and stench-free skunk removal services in New York and Connecticut.
Certain repellants claim to work well against skunks, but the results are often temporary. Most skunks are drawn to the food sources on your property, outdoor pet dishes, garbage cans, and gardens. That’s why it’s important to always feed pets inside and secure outdoor trash bags and cans. If you have gardens, fence them in and collect any fruits or vegetables that have fallen on the ground.
Signs of Infestation
- Skunks on your property
- Holes on your property
- Torn trash bags and disrupted cans
- The smell of skunk spray
Skunks are naturally anxious animals and often react violently in stressful situations. Only trained professionals who use humane traps should perform skunk removal in New York and Connecticut. Professional skunk removal services like Legacy Rodent Control guarantee skilled trapping, animal relocation, and property damage restoration.
- Skunks love the suburbs because of the available food
- Skunk spray can reach up to 10 feet
- Skunks are nocturnal and hibernate in the winter
Call us today for skunk control services in and around New York and Connecticut!
Proper Skunk Control
Skunks are curious creatures, and their curiosity causes some obvious problems for the people that encounter them. But there are some less obvious reasons to be wary of skunks—they can carry disease, they’re often home to fleas and ticks, and they can spread rabies.
The skunk’s destructive nature can make them difficult to handle. That’s why you should always call trained professionals like Legacy Rodent Control. Our team will eliminate the smell, relocate the animals somewhere safe, and ensure they don’t return.