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Wildlife Control Services in Hamilton County

There are many different kinds of critters in and around Hamilton County, Indiana, and we have seen them all. From rodents and raccoons to snakes and skunks, we are your removal experts. In areas where animals and humans come close, it is common for wildlife to wander into your space and make it their own. Don’t worry; we have all the tools to help you, and we know just what to do!

Nuisance Wildlife Control

Critter Control is here for you every step of the way in the wildlife removal process. From inspection to removal—and even exclusion and repair—we have the services you need to get rid of raccoons, rodents, and other nuisances fast. First, we identify the animal on the property, then use humane methods to remove the animal and secure weak points where more could enter. If damage has been done, we can make those repairs for a complete restoration. Contact a Critter Control office near you today.

Raccoon Removal

Raccoons can be found in all areas of Hamilton County. We all know these masked bandits can cause lots of sneaky trouble! They love to get their sticky fingers in your garbage and eat until their hearts are content. While they seem cute, these fluffy critters can spread dangerous diseases. You do not want them on your property or in your home or garage.

Inspection: There are many signs that a raccoon has entered your space, such as nesting, droppings and scattered trash.

Removal: When we have determined that a raccoon may be in your space, we come out and set specialized traps that will let us catch and remove it humanely.

Repairs: It is not uncommon for raccoons to leave damage in their wake, from chew and claw marks to holes in insulating. We can repair any damage that has been done.

Rat and Mice Removal

There are many problems these small pests can cause, and where there is one rodent, there are soon to be many. This is why it is important that you call a professional soon as you realize you notice signs of a rodent infestation.

Inspection: It is very easy for us to determine if there is a rodent problem. We can hear squeaking noises and locate shavings and droppings.

Removal: It is important for us to come and assess each individual rodent situation as no two are alike.

Repairs: We need to close all holes in order for the rodents to be kept away in the future. We also repair any chewing damage and clean away any droppings.

Squirrel Removal

Squirrels are very common in this area of the country, often making their nests in safe, warm places like your gutters, attics and garages. This is especially true during cold winters! These damages can cause loss of function to your home. Squirrels look for lots of loose leaves and debris to make nests, which can cause lots of problems for your home.

Inspection: We come to your home and looks for specific signs like bite marks that are unique to squirrels

Removal: We come to your home to set up special one-way traps. These traps are humane and do not let the squirrel back out. We also have squirrel deterrents that help keep them away from your property in the future.

Repairs: A big part of squirrel prevention is cleaning up debris from your property. We also repair any structural damage the squirrel may have done to your home.

Bat Removal

Indiana is home to bats that can sometimes wander in your home, causing a problem for the bats and you! Bats are very important to Indiana ecosystems, feeding on bugs and other insects. It is a health hazard to have bats in your home and very dangerous to your health to try to remove them yourself. This is because they are covered in guano, or poop.

Inspection: Bats are easy to spot because of the strong ammonia smell their droppings leave behind.

Removal: Bat removal requires setting up a special device called a bat valve that allows the bats to fly in one direction out of your home. This must be designed just for your home for accuracy of removal.

Repairs: We can decontaminate your home from the strong smell of the droppings and repair any damage done to your home by the bats from flying. We also patch up any areas that let the bat in your home in the first palace.

Skunk Removal

Skunks may look friendly, but if you see one in or around your home, it is important to contact a professional to remove it. Skunks have large claws and strong snouts and can do more damage than you think. You should also avoid trying to trap them yourself because they can carry harmful diseases that can even be fatal for your pets! Critter Control knows what to do with skunks so you stay spray- and bite-free.

Inspection: Skunks will enter your yard in search of food, or to make a nest or den for themselves. They like warm, dry areas or dark places near food sources.

Removal: At Critter Control, we have found the best way to remove a skunk is by humanely trapping and then removing them in the trap to be released in another location. It can be dangerous to remove a skunk from its den as it may bite or spray.

Repairs: When a skunk gets into your home, garage or garden shed, it can cause damage that may need repair. We can help you fix any damage from skunks on your property. We can also assist in cleaning any areas of your property that would attract skunks, such as large piles of wood, debris, or leaves.

How Professional Wildlife Control Services Can Help You

We know that when critters wander into your home and property, it can be very tempting to try to remove them yourself.

  • We remove critters in a way that is safe for you and them.
  • Certified experts in removal. We have been in this business for many years and know how to approach each situation with care.
  • We have a high level of accuracy that removes all of the critters in your home or on your property the first time every time!

Q&A with Critter Control of Hamilton County


What are some of the most common wildlife issues that homeowners face in Hamilton County?

Pine, fox, flying squirrels, raccoons, bats, birds (woodpeckers), mice, moles/voles/shrews, chipmunks, groundhogs, opossums, and muskrats.

How do the seasons affect wildlife activity in Indiana?

All seasons are active in variable ways. Winter tends to bring more mice inside, and we see increased raccoon calls in the winter/spring as they mate and raise their young. Bats, birds, moles, and chipmunks run rampant spring through fall. Muskrats and all species of squirrels are consistently busy and destructive here year-round.

Any prevention tips for residents?

Call us early to inspect and seal up your home before an issue arises. Cut back trees from siding/gutters to reduce access to the roof. Rodent baiting/monitoring programs. Pest control applications, at least quarterly.
Do NOT feed feral cats or wildlife around your home, unless you expect them to be a regular guest! Call the experts! Don't frustrate or endanger yourself by trying to take care of wildlife concerns on your own.

When should homeowners call Critter Control?

Any time! When purchasing/building a new home, have us come inspect to identify potential entry points before an issue arises. Already there? Call us as soon as you start hearing noises or suspect unwanted guests. Annually, have us inspect for any new weak spots.

Serving the following locations:

By County: Hamilton and Tipton Counties

  • Arcadia
  • Aroma
  • Ashwood
  • Atlanta
  • Austin Oaks
  • Bakers Corner
  • Barrington Ridge
  • Berkley Ridge
  • Bluestone
  • Boxley
  • Bradford Court
  • Breakwater
  • Bridgewater
  • Bridlebourne
  • Britton Ridge
  • Brooks
  • Brooks Crossing
  • Brookston Place
  • Bucks Creek
  • Burberry Place
  • Carefree Estates
  • Carmel
  • Cedar Cove
  • Charleston Crossing
  • Chateau Court
  • Cherry Hill Farms
  • Chesterton
  • Chestnut Hill
  • Cicero
  • City of Carmel
  • City of Noblesville
  • Clare
  • Clarksville
  • College Meadows
  • Collingwood
  • Conner Creek
  • Conner Knoll
  • Connerwood
  • Cottingham Estates
  • Covington Estates
  • Crosswinds At Windermere
  • Cumberland Ridge
  • Cumberland Woods
  • Deming
  • Devore Place
  • Durbin
  • Eagletown
  • Echo Crest
  • Eller Commons
  • Eller Run
  • Eller Trails
  • Fawnbrook Woods
  • Federal Hill
  • Fishers
  • Forest Knoll
  • Forest Ridge
  • Gatewood
  • Geist Woods
  • Glen Abbey At Windermere
  • Goldsmith
  • Gray Eagle
  • Haig Point
  • Hamilton Estates Mobile Home Park
  • Hamilton Hills
  • Harrison Green
  • Harrison Lakes
  • Harrison Park
  • Harrison Woods
  • Harvard Park
  • Hawthorn Hills
  • Heather Point
  • Heritage Green
  • Heritage Meadows
  • Hickory Woods
  • Highland Springs
  • Hillsborough
  • Hobbs
  • Holaday Hills and Dales
  • Home Place
  • Hortonville
  • Indigo Lake
  • Inverness Estates
  • Jolietville
  • Kings Mill
  • Kingsborough
  • Kingston Estates
  • Lakeside Green
  • Lamong
  • Lantern Crossing
  • Lantern Farms
  • Lantern Pines
  • Luxhaven
  • Lynwood Hills
  • Maple Del
  • Masthead
  • Millersburg
  • Monterey Village
  • Morgan Meadows
  • Nevada
  • New Britton
  • New Britton Woods
  • Newark Village
  • North Augusta Addition
  • North Ridge Village
  • Northern Beach
  • Northfield Estates
  • Northwood Hills
  • Olio
  • Omega
  • Orchard Park
  • Oxford Park
  • Plantana
  • Pleasant View
  • Princeton Park
  • Quaker Ridge
  • River Edge
  • River Glen
  • River Highlands
  • Riverwood
  • Round Up
  • Roxbury Pines
  • Saddle Creek
  • Sail Place
  • Sand Creek Woods
  • Sandstone Lakes
  • Sandstone Ridge
  • Sandstone Woods
  • Sawgrass
  • Sheridan
  • Spyglass Hill
  • Sterling Green
  • Stevenson Mill
  • Strawtown
  • Sunblest
  • Sunblest Farms
  • Sweet Springs Estates
  • Sweetbriar
  • Tetersburg
  • The Anchorage
  • The Hawthorns
  • The Portage
  • The Springs of Cambridge
  • Thorny Ridge
  • Timber Lane Estates
  • Timber Springs
  • Tipton
  • Town of Arcadia
  • Town of Atlanta
  • Town of Cicero
  • Town of Fishers
  • Town of Sheridan
  • Town of Westfield
  • Trails End
  • Tremont
  • Turner Grove
  • Valley Farms Estates
  • Walnut Grove
  • Walnut Hills
  • Weaver Creek
  • Weaver Woods
  • West Noblesville
  • Westfield
  • White Horse Rapids
  • Wildwood Estates
  • Windemere
  • Windermere Pointe
  • Windermere Villas
  • Windfall
  • Winding Creek
  • Windjammer
  • Woods Edge
For Wildlife Control Near You, Call: (317) 953-2523
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