Chimney Animal Removal & Chimney Sweep Gardendale

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Chimney Animal Removal & Chimney Sweep Gardendale

About Animals Out

At Animals Out Chimney Animal Removal & Chimney Sweep Gardendale we provide you with excellent and professional chimney animal removal in Gardendale. Likewise, our customer is our top priority and we look forward to serving you.

For over 30 years, our team has provided you with quality care to ensure accuracy and care for your home. Animals Out Chimney Animal Removal & Chimney Sweep Gardendale will make sure you are notified with updates regarding arrival times.

You call a plumber when you have plumbing issues.  You call an electrician when you need electrical work done. And when you have animal issues? Call Animals Out Chimney Animal Removal & Chimney Sweep Gardendale so we can handle it and keep your house safe! We offer the best prices in town, guaranteed!

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Animal Removal from Chimney in Gardendale

Animals Out Chimney Animal Removal & Chimney Sweep Gardendale removes all kinds of creatures from your chimney. From bats, birds, squirrels, raccoons, rats, snakes, to even opossums, we have you covered. Some of these animals are dangerous and could attack you if you tried to remove them yourself. Additionally, attempting to burn out animals can cause a dreadful smell which may attract even more critters. Leave it to our professionals!

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Bats

In a sense, chimneys are like a cave. Therefore, chimneys tend to be a prime habitat for migrating bats. When bats make a home in your chimney, they generally are going to be somewhere higher which makes them more challenging to remove. They typically only need 3/8 of an inch to get into your home. Having a bat in your chimney can be a scary experience; give us a call to find out how we can remove your bat problems.

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Birds

Sometimes birds find your chimney as the perfect place to build a nest. Unfortunately, birds bring many diseases along with them. Histoplasmosis is a disease that can be contracted by breathing fungal spores from the air. Waste from birds carry this disease, and as animals utilize your chimney, this disease can spread throughout your home. In addition to removing the birds, we will remove any blockage they created to protect you from house fires.

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Raccoons

Raccoons love dry places to live, and without a chimney cap, they would love to make your chimney their home. Just as with squirrels, female raccoons attempt to use your chimney as their home. Raccoons are dangerous intruders since they carry rabies and can attack anyone who gets too close to their babies. After removing the raccoons, we will ensure that your chimney is in great condition and can install caps to prevent any animal visitors and save you money.

Gardendale Chimney Care after Animal Removal

One of the reasons animals take shelter within chimneys, is because chimneys provide safety during turbulent weather. Consequently, these animals can bring debris into your chimney, damage the inside of your chimney, and even bring other creatures inside your chimney. Therefore, we will make sure that the chimney is thoroughly inspected so that you can use your fireplace without worries.

In addition to animal removal, we also install chimney caps. Lock top dampers are the most common for your chimney animal needs. They are inserted at the top of your chimney to prevent animals from entering your chimney. Additionally, we check the flue to make sure the animal did not cause a hole in it. As well, we also check to ensure the animal did not create blockage that could increase the risk of a house fire. Furthermore, a lock top damper can save you money, prevent damage to your home, and protect your health. Call Animals Out Chimney Animal Removal & Chimney Sweep Gardendale today for more information!

 

 

Protecting Your Health

An essential part of the safety and health of your home is removing animals from your chimney. Therefore, you are protected from potential injuries by venomous snakes, invasive bats, and mothers defending their babies by allowing our experts to remove the animal. In addition to all the diseases animals can expose your home to through your chimney, they also greatly increase the risk of house fires. In conclusion, we are here to help you. Let us alleviate your problems! Call Animals Out Chimney Animal Removal & Chimney Sweep Gardendale today.

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