Jarrod's
Affordable Wildlife Eviction



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Professional Wild Animal Control
Nuisance Wildlife Trapping, Removal and Relocation

Jarrod's Affordable Wildlife Eviction

Affordable Wildlife Eviction provides professional animal control to both residential and commercial customers in a 60 mile radius of Columbus, Georgia. There is no situation where our tried and tested wildlife removal strategies have met with less than 100% success.


We work hard to completely eliminate any wildlife issues you may have. When your critters are taken from the premises, we guarantee you will never see them again!! Don't let insect and animals get a foothold in your home or business. We get rid of bats in your attic, stop armadillos and skunks from digging up your yard and much more*. We get rid of squirrels, and are experts at trapping raccoons and any other nuisance animals that may be causing problems.


We are not your typical wildlife exterminators. Jarrod's Affordable Wildlife Eviction uses humane trapping methods and all captured animals are relocated back to the wild. If you are looking for affordable,  professional wild animal control with a heart, call us!! We give free estimates, too!


We have built our company using the highest quality products, equipment and personnel and treat every customer with respect. We are proud to be a member in good standing of the Better Business Bureau.


*We also get rid of roaches, ants, spiders, silverfish, bees, wasps and other insect pests. Our monthly rates are the lowest in the metro Columbus, Ga. area.

Wild Animal Removal Services
Jarrod's Wildlife Eviction captures and removes any type of bird from commercial, industrial and residential spaces.  24 hour service and we guarantee you will be satisfied.


If you have a wild animal problem you don't see on the list - contact us. We are a full service animal removal company and are able to deal with ANY type of wildlife situation you may have. We pride ourselves on our ability to catch and remove any animal -- anywhere -- anytime--day or night!.

Wildlife Removal in Georgia and Alabama

Due to ongoing population expansion in Georgia and Alabama, run-ins between people and wild animals have become more numerous. Due to the rapid expansion of businesses and homes, many types of wildlife have been forced to live closer to human populations. Sometimes wildlife invades your life which means that more people than ever need wildlife removed from their homes and businesses. It's not only that they want to move in, but often wildlife destroys property and can carry diesease.

 We realize that animals have a place in the world and that is why we use only humane methods of animal trapping and all animals that we capture are released back into the wild. The only exception to this rule is that of mice and rats. Due to their propensity for spreading disease, all rats and mice are dealt with in a lethal manner.

 Other serious concerns are zoonotic diseases like rabies, mange, histoplasmosis and other parasitic diseases.

Aside from the physical risks of attack and disease that wild animals pose, property damage is another serious problem. From nuisance grade (holes caused from woodpeckers and bees) to catastrophic (attic fires caused when animals chew through wiring) property damage from animals costs American homeowners plenty.  Bill Clay, deputy administrator of the U.S. Agriculture Department's Wildlife Services estimates the national damage toll from these unwelcome animals is $22 billion a year.


The obvious damage to structures is one thing but wild animals can cause additional secondary damage by allowing moisture to leak in from the outside. Raccoons or squirrels in the attic have to chew their way inside and the hole they use as an entry and exit point is often in a spot that is not protected from the weather. The risks of short circuits and water damage are very real. The most devastating type of damage is usually caused by squirrels that chew through the insulation on electrical wires. Squirrels use dry, lightweight materials to construct their nests which is essentially kindling. One spark from a chewed wire could cause the worst type of animal damage; attic fires.

"I want to thank you for the professional job you did removing the 30 or 40 bats from our barn.  I was very pleased with the results."-Lisa, Phenix City, Al.