Flying squirrel exclusion in Georgetown. On the left: the work done by a previous wildlife control contractor. On the right, MBWM.
In November/December 2017, we completed 7 flying squirrel exclusions on homes where the customer had already paid another company to do the work within the last 12 months, with no success. All 7 of the failed exclusions had two things in common: cheap materials and inexperienced/untrained technicians doing the work. We use only the best materials available, and our lead exclusion technician has 15 years experience in the field.
Red squirrels in Foxboro. First, we excluded them by using one-way doors, then we fixed the return by cladding it in thick gauge aluminum trim coil. No more squirrels, and no need to hire a handyman to make it look good. We do it all.
This customer in Auburn hired someone else to address their flying squirrel infestation. 6 months later, the squirrels were still getting in and the homeowner wasn't getting any sleep. So they hired MBWM to get it right. In addition to actually solving the issue, we took the time to remove the previous contractor's work and replace it with our high quality materials and craftsmanship. On the left, cheap materials and sloppy work from the other wildlife controller. On the right, premium materials and workmanship from Mass Bay Wildlife Mgmt. Inc.
Photos of a flying squirrel exclusion in Medfield. The white aluminum trim coil installed over the soffit material will keep the squirrels from gnawing through the soft vinyl. Our goal with every exclusion service is to get and keep the animals out, while maintaining the aesthetics of the home. This is the kind of quality and value you can expect from us, but won't find elsewhere.
Squirrels are gone, and this return looks even better than it did before the squirrels wrecked it! By the way, our competitors wouldn't even come back to remove the one-way door, never mind repair the soffit. You either want it done cheap or you want it done right at a fair price.