If you have ever been forced to deal with a raccoon or bird in attic or crawl spaces, it’s no picnic. Wild animals are very crafty when it comes to finding ways to gain access to the parts of your home where you don’t spend most of your time, and can do a lot of expensive damage as they root around looking for food or a place to hide and breed. It can also be quite irritating to listen to them as you and your family are trying to relax and enjoy your favorite television show.

The Bug Man has been providing the full range of pest control services for over four decades, and we can also help you with raccoon, opossum, and squirrel removal services. If you think you have an infestation, give us a call and one of our experts will be there to help right away. If you have unwanted guests, we can remove them humanely and let you get back to your usual routine.

The best defense against any pest problem is a good offense. This means making sure that you routinely locate and eliminate dark warm places where animals can nest, and storing trash and other potential food sources away from your house. You should also frequently walk around your house, and root around in the attic or underneath the house from time to time. As homes settle, small gaps can form when siding or paneling separates, and that gives them a way inside. And Arkansas is definitely no stranger to heavy rainfall almost year round. As your eaves, soffits, and fascias take on water damage, the wood rot opens the door for all sorts of visitors. And you would be surprised at just how small of an opening that a large furry rodent can squeeze through!

Most importantly, at The Bug Man your satisfaction is always guaranteed! We take a lot of pride in our commitment to legendary customer service, and are ready to make you our next lifetime customer!

If you have any questions, or would like to schedule service, contact us online, or at 501-663-9464. We also offer a coupon for $50 off of wildlife relocation services* here.

*Not valid with any other offer.


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