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Woodpecker Damage To House
There are woodpeckers in Arizona and they can do some major damage to your house rather quickly if not dealt with right away. Some of the top search queries pertaining to woodpecker damages are:
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The list goes on and on which proves that folks are dealing with this problem - a lot. It's important to get effective, legal and humane woodpecker control as soon as possible - before these damages contribute to other problems. The holes they make on the outside of the home can allow moisture to seep into the walls and attic, will create an access point for bees and other critters, and in time can actually degrade the integrity of the structure itself.
Woodpecker Damage Repairs
Our goal with every woodpecker pest control job we do is to repair these damages before installing repellents and deterrents to make them uncomfortable so they'll move on. We're able to do so almost all of the time and only occasionally recommend the customer call a carpenter out. If the customer has good matching paint, you usually cannot even tell there was damage when we're finished. This is an integral part of any woodpecker control service and should almost always be included. There are several reasons why woodpeckers may be drilling on your home, but one of the more common ones is because they have discovered termites in the home, which is one of their favorite meals. I recommend having a termite inspection if you're dealing with a woodpecker problem just in case.
Get more information about woodpeckers HERE.
"So far, so good…we had a woodpecker who decided to reside in the front of our home and cause some stucco issues. John and his team graciously came out and installed their woodpecker deterrents which seem to be working to keep the woodpecker away. John and his team have always been responsive — whether woodpeckers or pigeons! I thank them for their service and will continue to use them for our needs."