Groundhog control

Groundhogs are found in the majority of central and eastern United States, as well as in parts of Alaska and Canada. Known as an "edge" species, groundhogs prefer transitional areas where forest or woodland meets a well-vegetated open field or meadow. Groundhogs spend most of their time underground in complex burrow systems, which they dig in dry, well-drained soil. Most of the time groundhogs dig their burrows in areas with nearby cover such as fencerows, hedgerows, beside structures, home foundations or trees.

Groundhogs are definitely something that homeowners need to worry about. Their tunneling systems might lead to significant damage to your property.

These animals are able to dig and move a great amount of dirt, and when this activity happens near a house structure, for example under a concrete deck or a patio, the absence of supporting dirt might cause a vulnerable foundation that is prone to cracking.

They feel safe building homes under or around houses as the structure provides overhead stability for them. However, due to the tunneling nature of groundhog burrows, water damage and erosion can become a serious issue for the homeowner.

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facts about groundhogs

With rainy weather, these tunnels can fill with water and lead to water flowing directly underneath the house. This can lead to issues with the foundation, i.e. disruption of the existing water balance, and drainage problems during severe weather conditions.

You may find increased moisture in the basement which can, in turn, lead to mold developing throughout the building. The water-logged tunnels can cause the soil to become eroded, which may lead to the entire failure of the house’s foundation.

Due to their powerful teeth and big appetites, groundhogs can also do damage to crops and plants in your garden. For this reason, you may want to get rid of this wildlife before your garden gets destroyed.

At Ultimate Pro Wildlife Removal, we understand the havoc that groundhogs can cause. That’s why we perform highly effective groundhog removal services that address both groundhogs and the damage that they may cause. 

Groundhog Removal process

Ultimate Pro Wildlife Removal has been treating termites for 10 years. We’re wildlife experts and have a comprehensive process for finding, eliminating, and preventing wildlife problems.

  • Groundhog Inspection - A licensed wildlife technician will come to your property to conduct a thorough inspection to identify if you have groundhogs, as well as the severity of damage, if any, that was caused. Based on the findings, the technician will develop a groundhog removal proposal for you to review.
  • Groundhog Removal - Our expert wildlife technicians will identify where they are digging, and proceed to setting live traps with effective bait. After the groundhog is caught, it will be relocated far away from your property. If the groundhog caused any structural problems, that will also be dealt with after the trapping phase ahs been completed.

Ultimate Pro Wildlife Removal Warranty

We are confident in our training and in our products. We provide all of our customers with a 5 year warranty on all of our work. We also provide extended warranties for any qualifying home.

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