New York City Animal Attic

Attic Animal Pest New York City

We are New York City Animal Attic, a full service wildlife removal company servicing New York City, NY. Choosing the right company to carry out any work to deal with an animal infestation is important, and here we pride ourselves on offering a quality service for a fair price. Our agents are available to discuss your situation 24/7, and will take time and care before offering some advice on what you can do, along with giving you an idea of what our specialist would normally do, and a ballpark estimate of the price for this work. We are also proud to have specialists on call 7 days a week. We know that pest animals are scratching away in attics and walls every day, so we don’t take the weekend off either! You can be confident that your property will be well looked after by our specialists – we have a comprehensive liability insurance policy that allows us to work in both commercial and domestic properties. They are all fully qualified and trained in the latest animal control techniques, and have a variety of equipment suitable to deal with all of the pest animals we can encounter in the area. Once the animals have been removed, we also offer the after-service of repairing damage or holes caused by the animals, along with cleaning and sanitizing any parts of your property where the animals have been present. Call us now at 347-354-0860 for a solution to your wild animal problem.

About Pest Animal New York City and Our Services:

We answer our phones 24/7.

Thorough inspection of your property and attic.

Specializing in wildlife only - no poisons.

Licensed and insured in New York

New York City raccoon removal and skunk removal.

Removal of animals in the attic, like squirrels.

Dead animal removal, inside and outside.

Call us any time to discuss your wildlife problem!

Our Service Range

Our Service Range

The Bronx, Brooklyn, Manhattan, Queens, Staten Island, and more.

New York City Wildlife Removal Tip of the Month: How to Keep the Rodents Away from Your Garbage

Whether you have a squirrel, mouse, or a rat, if they managed to get into your garbage, they are bound to create a mess. By keeping them away from your garbage, you will be able to avoid the stress that comes when the New York City rodents when they rummage our garbage can. Dealing with the rodents that keeps getting into your trash can be a pain in the neck. Fortunately, there are humane ways on how you can get rid of them.



Tips on Keeping the Rodents off Your Garbage
The rodents are getting to your garbage since they want to get their hands on the food scraps inside. The rodents are not just noisy, they can also be destructive. It can also be challenging to eliminate them once they establish their den in our property.

Proper Disposal of Garbage
The wild animals will usually invade our property since they are hunting for food. Often, our trashcan will capture their interest. Reducing the number of perishable items in our trashcan will keep the animals away from our garbage. You should also try to eliminate the waste residue found outside the dumpster. If possible, you should use an odor neutralizer to eliminate the odor that may attract the attention of the New York rodents. Cans, containers, and wrappers should be washed first to guarantee that there are no remnants of food that will be left. You may place the food remnants in your compost pits to eliminate the perishable items from your garbage can.

Keep it Secured
Make sure that your garbage can will be covered with a secured lid. Be certain that the trash will not overflow, or you will find it hard to close the garbage. There are trashcans that come with screw-on lid that will guarantee that the cover will remain closed. Nonetheless, there are simple tricks that you can use if your garbage bin does not come with a locking mechanism. For instance, you may place a heavy object on top of the lid such as cinder blocks or bricks. You may also use bungee cord to keep the cover in place.

Invest on Metal Garbage Bin
The New York City rodents have tough incisors that can easily penetrate through plastic materials. By using metal garbage bin, it will be impossible for them to damage this material. In addition, the metal will not absorb the scent of the perishable items. This is a simple change that you can do to avoid attracting the attention of the animals.

Finally, you might want to take your garbage bin indoors especially at night. In case you are worried that your house will smell like garbage, you may build a wooden compartment outside your house. You may also place it inside the shed or garage to keep the animals from accessing the perishable items inside. You should only move the garbage outside during pick-up. By keeping your trash away from the view of the rodents, you will be able to prevent the animal from accessing it.