Q: Do all bats have rabies?
A. No, all bats do not have rabies. That being said, bats CAN carry rabies. If a bat is captured within your property, it is recommended to have the bat tested by your local health department.
Q: Are you affiliated with Animal Control?
A: No, Trappro is not affiliated with the county at all. Trappro is a licensed and insured privately owned company.
Q: Are you licensed, bonded, and insured?
A: Trappro is licensed by the Department Of Natural Resources, and is also bonded & insured to the necessary extent.
Q: What types of appointment windows does Trappro offer?
A: Trappro offers appointment windows Monday through Friday between the hours of 8 am and 5 pm. 3 hour arrival windows are scheduled and notice may be given when a technician is in route to the property. Customers should prepare to be available for the entirety of their window to avoid missed appointments.
Q: What is the service fee?
A: Trappro’s fees are specialized to each situation because every wildlife intrusion is different and requires an innovative approach. The bare minimum fee for a Trappro technician to survey a property is $75.00 unless discussed beforehand.
Q: Do you trap cats?
A: Trappro traps & removes FERAL CATS ONLY. Unfortunately, Trappro does not trap for feral cats in residential areas; commercial properties ONLY are invited to make use of our feral cat trapping services. Trappro does not trap dogs or any other domestic animals.
Q: What types of wildlife do you work with?
A: Trappro has experience with, but is not limited to, the following: squirrels, raccoons, groundhogs, skunks, snakes, mice, rats, snakes, opossums, foxes, feral cats on commercial properties, and beavers. Trappro can exclude animals such as bats, flying squirrels, mice, and rats as well.
Q: Can Trappro Repair the damaged areas?
A: Yes, Trappro specializes in permanent, warranted repairs including, but not limited to: installation of new dripedge, gable vents, chimney caps, soffit & fascia boards, as well as sealing of open areas such as utility lines, siding corners, and other various openings throughout the home. Dependent on the type of permanent repairs completed, Trappro offers up to a 10 year warranty on repairs. Trappro technicians do not sublet repar work. All recommendations made can be completed by a licensed and properly trained technician.
Q: How often do you check live cage traps?
A: Trappro monitors traps set for wildlife once per business day (Monday through Friday ONLY). On Saturday and Sunday live cage traps are tied open (so the door is not able to shut and trap an animal inside) and the trap will be pre-baited (food is placed inside the tied-open trap). Pre-baiting encourages the wildlife to enter the open trap and become more attracted to the trap itself. If the animal is comfortable entering the trap, it becomes much easier to catch for removal from the property. Trapping technicians may arrive at varied times throughout the trapping period; there is no set time window for maintenance.
Q: Do I need to be home every day to receive service?
A: Trappro requires the homeowner’s presence on the initial consultation. If traps are placed in the home (typically for mice, rats & snakes) Trappro will need access to monitor/maintain these traps if you so choose. Trapping for animals such as squirrels, raccoons, foxes, groundhogs, opossums, skunks, and beavers typically are done from the exterior only and Trappro will not need daily access to remove animals or monitor activity.
Q: Why do you set live cage traps on the exterior of the home when the animal is in the attic?
A: Naturally, when an animal becomes confined in a trap, they are know to become rambunctious. A trap being placed within the attic of a home with a rambunctious animal inside runs a great risk of either injuring the animal itself or causing damage to the home. It is not unheard of for a caged animal to manage to flip themselves and protrude through a home's ceiling. Traps being set outside is also found to be more convenient for the customer that cannot be home at all hours of the day to allow interaction with a trapping technician.