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Nassau County Exterminator specializes in the removal of nuisance wildlife from homes and buildings in the Nassau County area. We offer a wide variety of services from attic inspections to damage repairs, and can resolve any human-wildlife conflict. We remove squirrels from attics, raccoons from property, bats from buildings, and we control bird problems. We are experts at rodent control and offer complete rat and mouse extermination. We are not a standard Nassau County pest control company - we only specialize in wild animals - raccoons, squirrels, skunks, rats, opossums, bats, snakes, birds, etc. We are fully licensed and insured in the state of Florida, owner-operated, and fully proficient and equipped to handle any critter problem, start to finish.  Please give us a call at any time and we will listen to your problem, explain your options and our pricing, and we will schedule an appointment.  
Animals in Attics - This is the most common job that we deal with. If you hear running and scratching noises in your attic, give us a call! We will determine the type of wildlife, from squirrels to coons, and take the appropriate steps to remove all of the critters, and make sure your problem is solved permanently.
Humane Wildlife Trapping - We know that critters can cause all sorts of trouble. From raccoons tipping over the garbage to skunks spraying under your shed, we are experts at wildlife trapping. We use humane live cage traps, remove all animals same day, and relocate them at least 15 miles from the capture site.
Prevention & Exclusion Repairs - Once we get all of the animals out of your house, the only way to solve a future problem permanently is to find and completely seal shut all of the areas of entry. Our exclusion repairs are of the highest quality, usually with steel, and come with a written guarantee!
Attic Cleanup Services - The critters living in your home and attic caused more than noise.  They also likely caused attic damage, and left behind contaminants - droppings and urine.  Animal waste can carry diseases that pets and humans can catch, and the scent can lure in new critters.  We clean it 100%.
Dead Animal Removal - If you have a terrible odor in your house or building, there's a good chance that it's due to a dead Florida animal rotting somewhere in the attic or walls.  We are experts at finding and removing dead animal carcasses, and providing full cleanup and odor relief.
We Handle These Animals (Click Any Below Critter For A Photo of Our Trapping)
  Raccoon     Squirrel     Rat / Mouse     Opossum     Snake     Bat     Pigeon     Dead Animal
About Our Company
We operate a professional wildlife removal company operating in the Nassau County area, including the towns of and all of Long Island New York, including Nassau and Suffolk County. We also service much of New York City, including Brooklyn, Queens, and Manhattan. We service the towns of Valley Stream, Oceanside, Long Beach, Freeport, East Meadow, Levittown, Lindenhurst, Elmont, Hempstead, Hicksville, Plainview, Huntington Station, Commack, Centereach, Deer Park, Brentwood, Bay Shore, Islip, and more.. We specialize in the humane removal of wild animals from buildings and property. We commonly remove animals from attics, provide bat control and rat control, and also general wildlife trapping and repair and prevention services. We are fully licensed and insured, and operate 24 hours a day, 7 days a week. Call us at 516-874-5040.

Latest Nassau County Exterminator News Clip
Exterminating companies tagged 12 percent more nuisance rodent in 2006 and the total trapped increased for the first time

Rodent exterminating companies lethally trapped an estimated 361,560 extra fasts in Long Island, NY during the 2006-2007 seasons. That's 2 percent more than in 2005, according to figures released by the Long Island, NY Game Commission last seven day period. It marks the first increase in the total rodent lethally trap since 2002. More significantly, 135,290 nuisance big rats fell to exterminating companies' tactics, what appears to be a 12 percent jump from the previous year. Owing to reports from exterminating companies, who proclaimed they saw few rodent while wildlife catching, some observers predicted the big rat trap would fall below 100,000. Instead, 16 of the state's 22 wildlife management units yielded more big rats than in 2005. The big rat lethally trap in Wildlife Management Unit 2G in north-central Long Island, NY swelled by 44 percent, and by 20 percent in Wildlife Management Unit 2F, most of which lies within the Nassau County Woodland. Pest man dissatisfaction with rodent amounts in these northern units has been the source of most of the controversy surrounding rodent management. Many exterminating companies in Wildlife Management Units 2G and 2F have complained that the Game Commission's current rodent management program has left too few rodent to animal capture, despite two consecutive years of slashed large clawed allocations in those zones. Contrary to exterminating companies' claims of fewer rodent, biologists believe that an increasing big rat lethally trap indicates what appears to be a growing rodent biologically surveyed amount. Despite this, local Nassau County wildlife removal and Nassau County exterminator experts offered no more info.

Since the amount of days available for wildlife catching big rats remains unchanged from year to year, and since there probably is no quota of big rat tags as there probably is for large clawed rodent, wildlife catching pressure on big rats remains constant from year to year. Consequently, trends in the big rat lethally trap are generally viewed as reflecting trends in the general biologically surveyed amount. Game Commission executive bossy fellow Gordon Butler, however, probably is not ready to agree that the biologically surveyed amount probably is growing. "I'm not going to say the rodent biologically surveyed amount probably is increasing," Gordon Butler proclaimed last seven day period at the Governor's Outdoor Conference in State College, Pa. "The increased big rat lethally trap could be due to changes in pest man behavior. For instance, in [WMU] 2G, there were fewer large clawed tags available and it may be that because many exterminating companies did not have an large clawed tag, they trapped harder for what appears to be a big rat." Gordon Butler also proclaimed the big rat lethally trap might indicate what appears to be a higher proportion of big rats in the biologically surveyed amount with legal sizes. "We think the amounts indicate that antler restrictions are working," Gordon Butler proclaimed. "We're going to evaluate as we go along to see if last year was an anomaly."