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An Introduction To Internet Center For Wildlife Damage Management. We endorse the same guidelines when hiring a professional from this site. Take a few moments and consider the following when hiring a professional from this site or any other internet web site for animal control, pest control, or wildlife removal or wildlife trapper companies.
Factors to consider when hiring a wildlife control professional and /or dead animal removal service from the Internet Center For Wildlife Damage Management. You will leave the site but you can hit your back bar to come back too us.
Before Hiring a Nuisance Wildlife Control Operator (NWCO)
These are offered below in no particular order of priority. You, as the customer, must decide what is most important to you.
Questions Related to the NWCO’s Qualifications
- Is the NWCO licensed? (Not all states require licenses, so check your state’s division of wildlife before asking).
- Ask for references.Consult with your state’s Environmental Police and Department of Natural Resources. Ask them who they recommend in your area. Press them for an unofficial statement.
- Years in wildlife control business? Full time or part-time? This question is not to be confused with how many years in the Pest control business. Controlling insects is very different from controlling wildlife.
- Were you provided a variety of control options? Exclusion, trapping, eviction, habitat modification or maybe even suggesting that nothing be done? How does his/her recommendations compare with those suggested by the Prevention and Control of Wildlife Damage?Understand that sometimes the NWCO doesn’t present you with a variety of options because you already gave him specific instructions. Don’t be angry at the NWCO if he does what you tell him. If you want to double check, ask him if there are other possible solutions than the one you asked for? Better yet, ask the NWCO if there are other control options than what he/she suggested.
Questions Related to NWCO’s Business Practices
- Liability insurance? If so how much? $100,000 of coverage is very easy to obtain in this industry. There is no excuse as to why a NWCO can’t have it.
- Workman’s Comprehensive Insurance? This insurance protects the worker if he gets injured on the job. Understand that most NWCO’s are self employed and so may not be required by law to have it. However, if they have other employees they may have to have it.
- Contract. Will the NWCO provide a contract?
- Philosophy. Will the NWCO provide services according to your preference and in accordance with local laws? Keep in mind that your preferences may change the price both in time and money of the service.
Considerations on Price
- How dangerous is the job? (ladder work is always dangerous)
- Difficulty in controlling the species? (Some species like gray squirrels are easy to control. Others like red squirrels can be more difficult).
- Distance to your location? (If the NWCO has to travel 20 miles one way to reach your location, he will need to get paid for the time both ways).
- Cost of living in your area? (NWCO’s in urban areas often get more money than those who live in rural ones).
- Guarantee? what kind of warranty of guarantee does the wildlife control operator give? Depending on the species, a month to a year is sufficient. Also, guarantees are only as good as the company who gives them. If they go out of business, the guarantee means nothing.
- Demand for services? How busy is the NWCO? Sometimes NWCO’s raise prices due to excessive demand. Other times prices may be lower due to reduced demand.
- Remember, quality companies that have insurance, good equipment and training have high costs. While high prices don’t guarantee quality, low prices almost always guarantee that the person is not insured.
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