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We offer a LIFETIME GUARANTEE against all animals coming into your home or attic when you use one of our “Full Guarantee Services”! Call us today. (832) 410-8833 Max Home Shield has same day service. Let one of our licensed animal trapping experts solve your problem today!A FOUR STEP ANIMAL REMOVAL PROCESS

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A FOUR STEP ANIMAL REMOVAL PROCESS

Our process is the only permanent solution to your animal infestation. Max Home Shield’s animal removal process will remove your animal problem and keep them out for a lifetime. We guarantee it!

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1.   Animal Removal
The first course of action is the removal of the animal/s and to prevent it from reentering your home. Trapping requires one service appointment per week for one to three weeks .....(learn more)

2.   Home Repair
After the removal of unwanted animals, we repair damages and implement state-of-the-art prevention techniques. Screening vents, installing chimney caps, and closing entry holes reduces the opportunity for future conflicts with unwanted rodents, bats, squirrels, raccoons and other nuisance animals ......(learn more)

3.   Animal Decontamination
Even when the animal and associated insects are eliminated, feces and urine are left behind. The technician will apply a sanitizing agent to all affected surfaces in order to eliminate the diseases and pheromones associated with the animal’s defecation .....(learn more)

4.   Remediation
Removal of animal droppings and contamination insulation is serious business, so Max Home Shield uses a filtered vacuum system to prevent dried fecal matter from becoming airborne. Also, all contaminated air ducts will be cleaned and any damaged air ducts will be repaired and replaced. New insulation is installed. .....(learn more)


THREE GREAT DANGERS

THE THREATS OF YOUR ANIMAL INFESTATION
  1. Animal Behavior: Property Damage & House Fires Animals in your attic and on your property can cause significant damage with their constant gnawing behavior. Because their teeth grow rapidly, animals must constantly gnaw on surfaces to wear their teeth down. Animals are known for gnawing on electrical wiring – leading to potential house fires – as well as PVC pipes and HVAC ducts.

  2. Feasting Insects: Fleas, Ticks, & Mites Fleas, ticks and mites are part of the rodent habitat. These feasting insects use the animal as a host and then transmit their diseases to the rodent. Rat fleas are known carriers of a variety of diseases and are considered the cause of the spread of the bubonic plague. Mites are small blood-sucking parasites that enter your living areas through your animal infestation.

  3. Contamination: Airborne Diseases Animal droppings should be handled with utmost care. These droppings dry out, releasing airborne particles that enter your nasal passages and cause infection. Two common diseases associated with animal feces are Lymphocytic choriomeningitis and Hantavirus. Hantavirus Pulmonary Syndrome is a severe, sometimes fatal, respiratory disease in humans caused by infection with a hantavirus.
 
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