Ace's Wildlife Removal
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Professional group of highly trained wildlife control operators, I highly recommend using these guys to resolve any animal problem.Sep 10, 2017Review from Google
We discovered a raccoon family living in our attic this Wednesday night. We searched internet, called several wildlife removal services to compare prices and what they would do including warranty. We chose Scott because the website (Facebook won't let me post URL so search for raccoons in the attic -guide to humane raccoon removal and you will find it) that we found him from seems to have the best contents and because he was available to come next morning at 9 am. I have to tell you that we couldn't be happier with his service! He showed up on time, discovered the entry point on the roof quickly and removed four baby raccoons. Unfortunately mama raccoon wasn't there so he set up a trap on the entry point and left. Soon after he left I heard a raccoon walking all over the attic probably looking for her cubs so I called Scott. He returned as soon as he could and searched the attic again with no avail. He even tried a thermal imaging device to spot an animal but she was no where to be found in the attic. He inspected outside perimeter thoroughly to see if there is another entry point but didn't find any more. He concluded that she must have escaped through a duct vent and reversed the trap entry point so that she will be captured when she tries to escape through there. It worked and she was captured! He came next morning to remove the mama raccoon and sealed the entry point in less than 30 minutes. Everything was resolved in less than 36 hours! His price was very reasonable compared to others and he didn't even charge for the additional trip he made to look for mama raccoon and change the trap direction. We were happy that mama raccoon was captured quickly so that she can be reunited with her cubs. He said he would release the raccoon family in the wild at least 25 miles from our house so she won't find her way back. We don't want raccoons to live in our house but want the family to be reunited and live happily in the wild so that was a plus for us. All around, we couldn't be happier with Scott's service and will recommend his service to anyone who has a wildlife problem in their house.Apr 8, 2017Review from Facebook
I would 100% use Ace's again! (Well hope I don't need to) they were fast, friendly and effective! Price was reasonable and took care of our mice issue. Highly recommend!Apr 27, 2017Verified
I was terrified and Scott saved the day. Aces is very professional, very quick to respond and very fairly priced. I would give my highest recommendation of this service to anyone. I could not be more pleased with any company and will call Aces again if wildlife comes too close for comfort again.Jan 29, 2018Review from GoogleAce's Wildlife Removal's reply
Tayler we at Ace’s Wildlife Removal strive to treat our customers like we’d want our own family to be taken care of. It was as great meeting you. Thank you.
Hats off to your employee that stopped to help a young driver broken down on the side of the road in Arnold. Goes to show the type of people you are dealing with at Aces. If I ever need the services you provide youll be my first call for sure.Mar 8, 2018Review from GoogleAce's Wildlife Removal's reply
Thank you. We are glad to lend a hand when one is needed.
- What should the customer know about your pricing (e.g., discounts, fees)?Our trapping and wildlife removal fees are set prices. Contaminated areas due to wildlife always needs to have a site survey conducted to ensure an adequate quote.
- What is your typical process for working with a new customer?Upon customer contacting our company, we explain in detail the step by step process for the particular wildlife issue and it’s control measures. Upon establishing the decision to hire our company on the initial appointment a full inspection on the wildlife damage (structure, area) is conducted. A detailed inspection report is provided to the client with a quote for all Remediation, repairs and preventive measures is provided. Traps are installed as requested/required and service agreements are signed.
- What education and/or training do you have that relates to your work?NWCOA (National WildLife Control Operators Association) Basic Operators Course NWCOA Bat Standards, W.H.O.Coyote Trapping, NWCOA Annual training, Illinois IDNR Permitted,