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Rid-A-Critter Animal Removal and Wildlife Control

Macon, Columbus, and South Georgia Regional Office

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RAC tech installing screening on a carpenter bee job

Welcome to the Macon, Columbus, and South Georgia regional office of Rid-A-Critter, providing professional animal removal and wildlife exclusion services in and around Macon, Georgia, including the communities of Albany, Barnesville, Byron, Centerville, Columbus, Cordele, Culloden, Forsyth, Fort Valley, Gray, Hawkinsville, Juliette, Kathleen, Perry, Roberta, Thomaston, Valdosta, Warner Robins, and Zebulon. (For information about other places where we work, please visit the main Rid-A-Critter site.)

Rid-A-Critter is a locally-owned animal control and wildlife exclusion company established in 2001 to bring a fresh, scientific, environmentally-friendly approach to animal control. Our goal from day one has been to be the best: And to that end, we provide our technicians with the best training in the industry, and the best tools and equipment, to enable them to perform their work to a quality standard that's second to none.

This approach has resulted in rapid growth -- we now have offices in three states -- and a reputation for quality that's unsurpassed in our industry. But we also know that in the end, all of our success comes down to doing the very best work we can on every single job we do, whether big or small.

We're also a BBB-Accredited business and hold the Better Business Bureau's highest rating.

Macon and South Georgia Animal and Pest Control Services

The Macon Regional Office of Rid-A-Critter provides a wide variety of animal and pest control related services in and around the Macon, Georgia area. The following is a list of some of the more in-demand services, but we also provide services for animals and pests that aren't listed here; so feel free to call us if your critter isn't listed.

Animal-Control Services:

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Why Choose Rid-A-Critter

With so many animal control companies to choose from, choosing one can be a touch decision. Here are some of the reasons you should consider Rid-A-Critter for your animal control and animal damage repair needs.

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Our technicians performing a bat-control job

Rid-A-Critter is a locally-owned company, not a franchise or "affiliate" of an out-of-town corporation.

We have the manpower and equipment to handle any animal control job, from the smallest to the biggest.

We treat every customer as a V.I.P. We know that our company's growth and reputation have been built one customer at a time.

Rid-A-Critter offers fast, easy financing to qualified customers. Just ask any of our inspectors or representatives for more details.

We are a socially-responsible company and support a wide variety of charitable and educational organizations. We also encourage our staff to volunteer their time in community activities, and do whatever we can to make it possible for them to do so.

Rid-A-Critter respects our natural environment. We use only humane methods to trap, remove, and exclude animals, and complete most of our jobs using little or no chemical pesticides.

Finally, Rid-A-Critter has the best warranty in the business. We're not happy until you're happy.

Please contact us for more information about how Rid-A-Critter can help you solve your animal or pest control problems. We look forward to hearing from you!

 

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A Bat Peeking Out from a Gap in the Framing Served as the The Welcoming Committee at an Albany, Georgia Bat-Removal Job
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Feb 06, 2023 09:04:23 am.

A Gap About Two Inches High Between the Shingles and the Rain Gutter is the Reason Why this House in Columbus, Georgia Needs Bats Removed from the Attic
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Feb 06, 2023 08:57:11 am.

Wildlife-control technicians doing bat removal and exclusion at a house in Barnesville, Georgia are sealing a fingertip-sized gap between the soffit and the shingles at a roof junction point that allowed bats into the attic. The whole bat problem began with that tiny gap.
by Webmaster
Feb 06, 2023 08:37:25 am.

Gray squirrels tore most of the fiberglass insulation down from between the wall studs in the attic of a house in Columbus, Georgia. The squirrel-removal crew will replace the insulation and repair the rest of the damage once the squirrels have been caught and relocated elsewhere.
by Webmaster
Feb 03, 2023 06:03:55 am.

Squirrels made a mess in the attic of a house in Columbus, Georgia, strewing gnawed paper and cardboard through the insulation and contaminating it with their droppings and urine. The squirrel-removal crew will replace the insulation once all the squirrels have been trapped and relocated.
by Webmaster
Feb 02, 2023 09:38:11 am.

A gap in the brick wall about three inches square right next to the roof over a bay window allowed squirrels into a house in Macon, Georgia. One of our squirrel-removal specialists is on the scene armed with a trowel to replace the missing brick to keep wildlife out of the house.
by Webmaster
Feb 02, 2023 09:35:39 am.

A metal drip edge that was cut about two inches too short allowed roof rats to gnaw through the wooden fascia and get into the attic of a house in Columbus, Georgia. The rodent pest control crew trapping and removing the rats from the attic will also install a metal pest barrier over the fascia to rodent-proof the roof.
by Webmaster
Feb 02, 2023 09:13:09 am.

Animal-control technicians doing bat removal at a Columbus, Georgia home are hoping to get the exterior work done before the rain starts. They'll be installing one-way check valve traps that will prevent bats from getting back into the attic after they leave for their nightly feeding flight.
by Webmaster
Feb 02, 2023 08:41:02 am.

The customer looked down and say a bat on the wooden deck. Then they looked up and saw the stains on the gable vent where the bats were getting into the attic of their Macon, Georgia home. A crew of bat-exclusion specialists are on their way to the house to take care of the problem.
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Feb 02, 2023 08:23:35 am.

We're almost finished with a Columbus, Georgia squirrel-exclusion job. The squirrels have been trapped and removed from the attic and sealed out of the house. Now we're replacing the attic insulation.
by Webmaster
Feb 01, 2023 10:14:05 am.

Lifting a shingle revealed a hole about the size of an orange that squirrels gnawed through the metal roof gutter and the wooden trim behind it to get into the attic of a house in Roberta, Georgia. Our squirrel-removal team will repair the damage.
by Webmaster
Feb 01, 2023 10:12:04 am.

A hole about the size of a tennis ball through a cinder block where some sort of pipe used to pass through is now used only by rats to get into and out of the crawl space of a house in Cordele, Georgia. Rat control technicians from our Macon regional office are heading out to rat-proof the house and eliminate the infestation.
by Webmaster
Feb 01, 2023 10:09:59 am.

A lightening hole in a cinder block turned sideways to vent the foundation allowed Norway rats into the crawl space of a house in Albany, Georgia. We have a rat pest control crew at the house setting traps to non-chemically treat the rat problem, and rodent proofing the house to prevent future infestations.
by Webmaster
Feb 01, 2023 10:04:53 am.

A broken piece of siding at the corner of the house created a gap that allowed Norway rats into a house in Columbus, Georgia. Our rat control crew is setting traps to non-chemically eliminate the rat infestation, and repairing the damage to keep rodent pests out of the house.
by Webmaster
Feb 01, 2023 09:59:54 am.

Gaps Between the Vertical Bricks Used to Ventilate the Foundation are Why We're in a Crawl Space doing Norway Rat Control in Macon, Georgia Today
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Feb 01, 2023 09:38:27 am.

Raccoons tore a hole through the roof and tore the soffit panel down at a house in Columbus, Georgia. Our wildlife-management specialists are trapping and removing the raccoons and repairing the damage.
by Webmaster
Feb 01, 2023 09:24:40 am.

Fingertip-sized gaps in a bundle of pipes and wires where they pass through a cinder block foundation wall are why our rodent pest control specialists are in a crawl space doing mouse control in Columbus, Georgia today. Mice can get into a house through holes as small as the diameter of a pencil.
by Webmaster
Feb 01, 2023 09:19:06 am.

The greasy stains on the wooden slats at the top of a triangular gable vents told us that there was a colony of bats that needed to be removed from the attic of a house in Columbus, Georgia. Bat removal is accomplished by sealing the bats out of the house.
by Webmaster
Feb 01, 2023 09:08:40 am.

We're all finished with a squirrel-removal job at a large commercial building in Albany, Georgia. Squirrels can get into buildings of all kinds including warehouses, retail store, churches, schools, and pretty much any other kind of building.
by Webmaster
Jan 31, 2023 09:39:35 am.

This morning we're starting a Columbus, Georgia squirrel-removal and animal-proofing job. The squirrels got into the attic through the soffit panel of a dormer where it meets the shingles at a roof junction.
by Webmaster
Jan 31, 2023 09:32:05 am.

Severe water damage to the plywood soffit panel made it easy for gray squirrels to get into the attic of a house in Macon, Georgia. The crew trapping and removing the squirrels from the attic will also find and fix the water problem and repair the damaged soffit.
by Webmaster
Jan 31, 2023 08:32:50 am.

One of our wildlife-management professionals is on his way to remove and relocate a squirrel from a trap at a house in Barnesville, Georgia. We relocate trapped animals as soon as possible to minimize the stress that they experience while in the trap.
by Webmaster
Jan 30, 2023 10:33:52 am.

A two-inch gap between the roof sheathing and the fascia is the reason our South Georgia wildlife-management specialists are in an attic doing squirrel removal in Sylvester, Georgia. They'll also install a metal animal shield over the gap to keep squirrels and other animals out of the attic.
by Webmaster
Jan 30, 2023 10:24:07 am.

Squirrels gnawed a bowl-shaped indentation about an inch deep through the top edge of the wooden fascia to enlarge an existing construction gap and get into the attic of a house in Columbus, Georgia. Our squirrel-removal team is covering the gap with a metal wildlife shield that will keep squirrels and other animals out of the attic.
by Webmaster
Jan 30, 2023 10:05:45 am.

Probably attracted by the scent of munchies, gray squirrels gnawed through the insulated foam wall board in the attic to get into the adjacent bedroom of a house in Macon, Georgia. The crew trapping and removing the squirrels from the attic will also repair the damage that they did.
by Webmaster
Jan 30, 2023 10:02:22 am.

This morning our rodent pest control specialists are in a crawl space doing Norway rat control in Columbus, Georgia. They're also cleaning up the droppings, replacing insulation that the rats tore from between the joists, and rodent-proofing the house to prevent future rat problems.
by Webmaster
Jan 30, 2023 09:50:33 am.

Raccoons tore a hole a little bigger than a grapefruit through the shingles and sheathing at the corner of the roof to get into the attic of a house in Columbus, Georgia. Our animal-control specialists will repair the damage as soon as the raccoons have been trapped and removed from the attic.
by Webmaster
Jan 30, 2023 09:46:52 am.

This morning our animal-exclusion specialists are installing Ridge Guard to replace a plastic roof ridge vent as part of a Columbus, Georgia squirrel-removal job. The tough, steel Ridge Guard animal barrier will keep squirrels and other wildlife out of the attic for many years to come.
by Webmaster
Jan 30, 2023 09:36:50 am.

A Gap Around Air Conditioning Pipes Where they Pass Through a Brick Wall is the Reason Why We're doing Mouse Control in Columbus, Georgia Today
by Webmaster
Jan 30, 2023 09:25:46 am.

A rodent pest control crew doing roof rat control in Columbus, Georgia found a gap about an inch wide by two inches high in the drip edge that allowed the rats to get into the attic. They're installing a pest shield over the edges of the roof to rodent-proof the attic. The existing rats will be trapped and removed without using any chemicals.
by Webmaster
Jan 27, 2023 07:33:30 am.

Lifting the edge of the shingle revealed a hole about the size of a tennis ball that squirrels gnawed through the wooden fascia to get into the attic of a house in Macon, Georgia. We'll repair the damage, as well as trap the squirrels and remove them from the attic.
by Webmaster
Jan 26, 2023 10:42:49 am.

A gap about the size of a plum tomato between the top of the rain gutter and the shingles over it allowed roof rats into the attic of a house in Columbus, Georgia. We have a rat control crew setting traps to catch and remove the rats, and rodent-proofing the roof to prevent future infestations.
by Webmaster
Jan 26, 2023 10:33:48 am.

One of our wildlife-management teams is setting traps on the roof at a Roberta, Georgia squirrel-removal job. Once the squirrels have been caught and relocated, they'll animal-proof the house to prevent squirrels or other wildlife from getting back in.
by Webmaster
Jan 26, 2023 10:24:17 am.

Gray squirrels gnawed a hole about the size of a tennis ball through the end of the metal rain gutter to get into the attic of a house in Columbus, Georgia. Our squirrel-removal crew has already repaired the damage and is setting traps to humanely capture and relocate the squirrels.
by Webmaster
Jan 26, 2023 09:37:39 am.

A wildlife-exclusion team doing squirrel removal in Columbus, Georgia installed metal animal barriers at the roof junctions to keep squirrels and other animals out of the attic. You can't permanently solve a squirrel problem without animal-proofing the house.
by Webmaster
Jan 25, 2023 09:47:53 am.

Gray squirrels gnawed a fist-sized hole through a wooden rafter to get into the attic of a house in Macon, Georgia. The team that's trapping and removing the squirrels from the attic will also repair the damage and animal-proof the house.
by Webmaster
Jan 25, 2023 09:44:42 am.

Upon arriving at a Norway rat control job in Macon, Georgia, our rodent pest control crew discovered big piles of rat droppings on the vapor barrier in the crawl space, suggesting a serious and longstanding rat infestation. They're using traps to rapidly and non-chemically eradicate the infestation, and rodent-proofing the house to prevent future problems.
by Webmaster
Jan 25, 2023 09:37:47 am.

We have a rodent pest control crew following up after a handyman who used foam, but no matrix, in a failed attempt at Norway rat control at a Perry, Georgia home. The rats gnawed a hole right through the foam to get into the crawl space at the sill plate.
by Webmaster
Jan 25, 2023 09:30:47 am.

A crew doing bat removal and exclusion in Columbus, Georgia found bats on the brick wall using a narrow gap between the soffit and the bricks to get into the attic. Like flying creatures in general, bats are very slim animals that can fit through very small gaps, which makes bat-proofing a house a challenging job that should be done by professionals.
by Webmaster
Jan 25, 2023 09:26:20 am.

Flying squirrels built a nest on the bottom sill of a rectangular gable vent window in the attic of a house in Columbus, Georgia. The crew trapping and removing the flying squirrels is also screening the gable vent and animal-proofing the roof to keep wildlife in general out of the attic.
by Webmaster
Jan 25, 2023 09:00:27 am.

A dome-shaped gap about three quarters of an inch high and three inches wide where the soffit vent screen was bunched up allowed bats into a house in Columbus, Georgia. Our bat-removal crew is installing a check-valve trap over the gap to prevent the bats from getting back into the attic when they return from their feeding flight.
by Webmaster
Jan 25, 2023 08:57:35 am.

Norway rats burrowed through a gap formed by a missing brick at ground level to get into a house in Columbus, Georgia. You can't achieve permanent Norway rat control without sealing any gaps in the perimeter of the building to rodent-proof the house.
by Webmaster
Jan 25, 2023 08:42:28 am.

Lifting a shingle revealed the most of the wooden fascia was rotted away due to water damage, which made it easy for gray squirrels to get into the attic of a house in Roberta, Georgia. The crew trapping and removing the squirrels from the attic is also addressing the water leak and repairing the damage to the roof.
by Webmaster
Jan 24, 2023 10:07:17 am.

Wildlife-management technicians from our South Georgia office just set some funnel traps over holes in the roof fascia at a squirrel-removal job in Adel. They'll check the traps later today so that any trapped squirrels can be humanely relocated.
by Webmaster
Jan 24, 2023 09:56:06 am.

One of our wildlife-management specialists just released a squirrel that was trapped and removed from a Macon, Georgia home.
by Webmaster
Jan 24, 2023 09:52:24 am.

Gray squirrels gnawed a hole about the size and shape of a large pear through the wooden soffit trim to get into the attic of a house in Albany, Georgia. The crew trapping and removing the squirrels from the attic is repairing the damage.
by Webmaster
Jan 24, 2023 09:44:26 am.

Lifting the edge of a shingle revealed that squirrels gnawed a hole through the wooden roof sheathing to get into the attic of a house in Sylvester, Georgia. A squirrel-removal team from our South Georgia office is repairing the damage.
by Webmaster
Jan 24, 2023 09:42:11 am.

Squirrels gnawed a hole through the wooden roof trim where it meets the fascia right behind the rain gutter to get into the attic of a house in Columbus, Georgia. Our squirrel-removal crew will repair the damage as soon as the squirrels are trapped and removed from the attic.
by Webmaster
Jan 24, 2023 09:33:51 am.

A poorly-secured foundation vent is jutting out from the cinder block wall about an inch or so, and the gap between the vent and the wall allowed Norway rats into a house in Columbus, Georgia. Our rodent pest control specialists are re-securing and screening all the vents to rat-proof the house.
by Webmaster
Jan 24, 2023 09:28:17 am.

Raccoons broke some of the cedar siding trying to pull it off the wall and get into a house in Columbus, Georgia. The crew trapping and removing the raccoons will also repair the damage and animal-proof the house.
by Webmaster
Jan 24, 2023 09:25:08 am.

Several bricks went missing from the wall around a foundation vent under a wooden deck, which allowed opossums into the crawl space of a house in Columbus, Georgia. Our wildlife-management technicians are on the scene with trowels in hand to repair the wall, as well as trap and relocate the possums.
by Webmaster
Jan 24, 2023 09:21:18 am.

There's a reason why our rodent pest control crew are in a crawl space in Columbus, Georgia doing mouse control on this cold January morning. The reason is because a fingertip-sized gap between the plywood crawl space door and its wooden frame allowed the mice to get into the house.
by Webmaster
Jan 24, 2023 09:13:40 am.

One of Our Rodent Pest Control Crews are Busy Correcting a Handyman's Attempt to Rat-Proof a Columbus, Georgia Home
by Webmaster
Jan 24, 2023 09:10:28 am.

We just did the final check on a Columbus, Georgia bat removal and exclusion job, and I'm happy to report that all the bats are out of the attic. We'll vacuum up the guano and replace the attic insulation this afternoon.
by Webmaster
Jan 24, 2023 09:02:37 am.

Gray squirrels gnawed a hole about the size of a lemon through the soffit panel at a roof junction with a dormer to get into the attic of a house in Macon, Georgia. The crew removing the squirrels from the attic will also repair the damage and animal-proof the house.
by Webmaster
Jan 23, 2023 09:29:11 am.

About five inches of the bottom weather seal of the garage door are missing from the left side where the door meets the track, and the gap allowed Norway rats into a house in Sylvester, Georgia. Our rat control specialists are replacing the seal to rodent-proof the house. The existing rats will be trapped and removed without using any poisons.
by Webmaster
Jan 23, 2023 09:18:07 am.

A half-inch gap between the bottom of the wooden garage door frame and the concrete driveway allowed mice into a house in Adel, Georgia. A rodent pest control crew from our South Georgia office is sealing the gap to mouse-proof the house.
by Webmaster
Jan 23, 2023 09:05:19 am.

A thumb-sized gap behind the vinyl corner post where the end cap fell out allowed mice to climb all the way up to the attic of a house in Macon, Georgia. Our rodent pest control crew is sealing the gaps to mouse-proof the house, and using traps to non-chemically eradicate the existing mouse infestation.
by Webmaster
Jan 23, 2023 08:53:24 am.

Squirrels ran on an overhead electrical wire and gnawed an oblong hole through the seam between the end cap of the soffit and the roof trim to get into the attic of a house in Sylvester, Georgia.
by Webmaster
Jan 19, 2023 10:36:23 am.

Raccoons tore a hole about 10 inches across through the corner of a water-damaged plywood soffit panel to get into the attic of a house in Sylvester, Georgia. Wildlife damage repair specialists from our South Georgia office are fixing the damage. The raccoons have already been trapped and removed from the attic.
by Webmaster
Jan 19, 2023 10:16:40 am.

Lifting up the shingle revealed a gap about two inches wide in the metal roof flashing that allowed tree rats to become roof rats by getting into the attic of a house in Macon, Georgia. Tree rats and roof rats are the same animals, so the same methods are used for their control and exclusion. The name only reflects where they happen to be living.
by Webmaster
Jan 18, 2023 09:59:19 am.

Our Rodent Pest Control Professionals are Non-Chemically Treating a Severe Rat Infestation in the Basement of a House in Macon, Georgia
by Webmaster
Jan 18, 2023 09:54:59 am.

A homeowner leaned plywood and rocks over a rotted old crawl space access door and its frame, but they left a gap that allowed opossums into the crawl space of their Macon, Georgia home. Our wildlife-removal crew has trapped and relocated the opossums, and are now building a new crawl space door that will keep rodent pests and nuisance animals out of the house.
by Webmaster
Jan 18, 2023 09:41:10 am.

A gap due to water rot in the lower right-hand side of an old wooden access door allowed Norway rats into a house in Macon, Georgia. Our rat control specialists will replace the rotting door with a new one that will keep rodent pests out of the house.
by Webmaster
Jan 18, 2023 09:36:53 am.

The Macon, Georgia office of Rid-A-Critter provides animal removal and animal damage repair in the Macon, Columbus, and South Georgia areas, including Adel, Albany, Americus, Barnesville, Byron, Camilla, Centerville, Columbus, Cordele, Culloden, Cuthbert, Dawson, Eastman, Fitzgerald, Forsyth, Fort Valley, Gray, Griffin, Hawkinsville, Jackson, Juliette, Kathleen, Milledgeville, Moultrie, Perry, Roberta, Sylvester, Thomaston, Thomasville, Tifton, Valdosta, Warner Robins, Yatesville, and Zebulon. We are fully licensed and insured.

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