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Rapid Response Animal Solutions Inc.
About this pro
Felipe A.Aug 15, 2018Verified
AJ did an excellent job! AJ was very fair with the price of removing the opossum as well as the exclusions. I would definitely recommend!Dec 30, 2017
If you want a high-quality work with reasonable price and a responsible person, here is your first and last stop.Aug 12, 2018Verified
He is very detail oriented, we had small mice problem and he took care of it really wellAug 1, 2018Verified
I cant hear the birds anymore in the chimney so I guess it worked...contact was spotty. Professional and appears very knowledgeable.Jul 15, 2018Verified
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- What should the customer know about your pricing (e.g., discounts, fees)?My trapping rate is fixed whether you have one animal or ten. Any additional work, I will point it out and give a final quote based on how much work is necessary. My final price is fair and fixed. Once we reach an agreement, I will solve your problem no matter what i have to do and how long it takes.
- What is your typical process for working with a new customer?Firstly we need to conduct an inspection of the property (The inspection is always free). In short the aim of the inspection is to determine what animal has infested your home, how are they able to enter, and plan a strategy to remove them. In order to determine what animal is the home, an inspection of the attic is often necessary. The attic is usually the primary dwelling space of the animals and they often leave clues such as tracks, trails, feces and footprints from which we can determine it's identity. Once we have determine what animal we dealing with, we now have to figure how they are able to enter. An inspection of the perimeter of the house will be necessary. This includes walls, garage, vents, and roof. We look for signs of gnawing, clawing, and rub-marks (an oily dirty residue) that would point the way to the entry points. We need to identify all of the entry points and all possible entry points. Having determine what animal we have and how they are getting in, we need to figure to get permanently get rid of them. This involves sealing all entry points and removing the animal or animals that is in your house. In sealing up the house we utilize quality materials, the finish on our work should be durable, permanent, and aesthetic. In removing the animal, we can employ multiple removal and trapping techniques. Keep in mine your house is different, your situation is different, identification of the problem is necessary, and a unique strategy specific to your situation is the best way to permanently rid you of an infestation.
- What education and/or training do you have that relates to your work?I have a bachelor's degree from the University of the West Indies in Environmental and Natural Resources Management (major), and Zoology (minor). While this is not a requirement that absolutely necessary for this work, it does give me an advantage, since much of curriculum included, courses such as, animal behavior, animal anatomy and physiology, and advance environmental management courses design to construct, reconstruct or alter a habitat to favor a species, in your case Homo Sapiens (Humans). Therefore its easier for me to identify and understand why you may have an infestation and how to get rid of them. I do not conduct my work as an exterminator, where simply removing the animal is sufficient. My aim is to alter and create a habitat (your home) so that it remains the domain of strictly one species (you).