Bat Exclusion Services
Licensed and insured, we use tested methods approved by Bat Conservation International (BCI) for humanely removing roosting bat colonies safely and legally, without harm to your building or risk to your tenants. Call us to begin the exclusion process.
We stay on the cutting edge of bird abatement technologies, products and methods in order to consistently provide the most effective solutions for the humane removal of pest birds, while maintaining the integrity and beauty of your buildings.
Migratory Bird Control
Problems with concentrations of migratory birds, such as the contamination of food and materials, health hazards, costly destruction to buildings, plus other liabilities, can usually be reduced through various techniques of dispersal or relocation.
We specializes in rodent control and removal to help your business. We use a variety of techniques, including exclusion, habitat modification, and trapping that may effectively control these pests. We also offer an egress survey to help find entry points
Town Lake Construction offers trained snake removal services to entities such as commercial businesses, city municipalities (i.e. nursing homes, hospitals, etc.), state buildings, corporate complexes and educational institutions.
Breathing air contaminants causes many respiratory diseases and other liability concerns. At Town Lake Construction, we found that offering odor removal was an important and necessary part of helping clients manage wildlife and the damage they sometimes incur.
Solar Panel Protection
Solar panels are being installed on commercial and residential roofs across America at an ever increasing rate. Town Lake Construction is bringing over 25 years of pest control experience to the industry to help you extend the life of your solar panel investment.
Once bats or birds have established themselves in or on your building, it is more difficult to prevent them from re-entering. Having your blueprints reviewed and certified as “Wildlife Resistant” saves time, money and embarrassment.
Involvement in the community includes lectures at Building Owners and Managers Association, classroom projects at Decker Elementary School and providing expert analysis and subject matter commentary to television and newspaper outlets