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Our Wildlife Control Technicians are licensed, bonded and insured and confident that Summit can handle any wildlife control problem you may have.

We have a wide range of animal removal services and have been serving our customers for over 25 years! Our teams are licensed and insured and can handle any wildlife control issue you may have. Summit is here to help with any of your wildlife removal or pest problem you may be having. If you want to know how to get rid of rats, mice, squirrels, bats, raccoons, squirrels, opossums, birds, bees, moles, voles, or any other nuisance wildlife; or if you need help with snake removal or the removal of skunks … call Summit

We can help with dead animal removal as well. We base our dead animal removal on the days since death and size of the animal. If your insulation has been destroyed by animals, we can remove and replace that too. SES is happy to help in any way that is needed for critter control.

Below is a list of all the counties we serve specifically.

When wildlife is invading your home, call SES! All the repair work done by our trained repair technicians is guaranteed for 12 months. If you call SES to have a technician reinspect the work before the end of 12 months, we will guarantee it for an additional year!

If you have wildlife problems not mentioned here…explore our Website now!

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Customer Reviews from Ashburn
Pat T from Ashburn, VA
5 Stars
Reviewed on Home Advisor
May 8th, 2017
Felicia S. from Ashburn, VA
5 Stars
Reviewed on Yelp
Apr 6th, 2016
Unfortunately we had a long term critter problem. For 6 months, two different companies were not able to properly identify or trap the critters. Then I called Summit Environmental Solutions. They came out immediately and were able to identify the critters and set up the various types of traps that were needed in order to catch the critters. They came several times a week to check on the traps and to make sure we were making progress. I am thrilled to report all of the critters were caught in a timely manner! My only regret is that I did not contact Summitt Environmental Solutions in the first place!
Completed Jobs from Ashburn
animal damage 3 Dawn H.
February 7, 2019
Seal around chimney where it bisects the soffit On both sides. On the right side install one way exit. At right rear soffit return tighten and seal soffit. at left rear where soffit meets return, seal. On the roof, remove cover to attic fan and install steel screen to reinforce aluminum existing screen. Make sure the screen is tight against lid when reset. In attic, screen existing louver vents and cover with tyvek or weather resistant barrier. Seal hole in fiberboard over left side louvre from inside. Seal base of siding on left side of chimney. Return in April to remove one-way exit and do final seal. Add 6 to 7 inches of blown insulation across entire attic over existing cellulose insulation (currently 5 inches or less about R19). Additional insulation will bring current R-value up to R49 If done at the same time as bat work is done take off Prep eaves with baffles and rafter vents to keep soffits clear of debris. Baffle around access hatch with batted R38 to prevent spillage during future attic access.
Estimate Requests from Ashburn
Dawn H. on February 7, 2019 4:19:51pm
client called stating she has wide fireplace on outside but not as much on inside and she hear high pitch squealing late at night
Mark B. on January 26, 2019 1:26:04pm
There is a birds nest on my top vents near the roof on the side of my home. Needs to be flushed out and attic checked then mesh covers over all of the vents.
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