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McLean, VA Animal Control & Pest Control Services

Our Wildlife Control Technicians are licensed, bonded and insured and confident that Summit can handle any wildlife control problem you may have. Contact us for animal control, insulation and pest control in McLean, VA.

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 issues you may have. When you need 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 us now!

We can also help with dead animal removal as well. We base our dead animal removal on the days since the 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.

Animal control services we offer in McLean, VA include:

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Bat Removal

There are 16 species of bats in Virginia. Four (Gray Bat, Indiana Bat, Virginia-Big-eared Bat, and Rafinesque’s Big-eared Bat) are protected as endangered species, but 12 are not. None of the three types of bats most likely to take residence in a building (Big Brown Bat, Evening Bat, and Little Brown Bat) are protected species. Let us remove your unwanted bats, regardless of species.

Raccoon Removal

Raccoons are one of the most common nuisance animals in Northern Virginia and won’t hesitate to take up residence in attics, chimneys, crawl spaces, barns, etc. A thumping or stomping noise in your attic is a common sign of a raccoon infestation. It is essential to remove them and relocate them far away, because they often rip open ducts, chew on electrical wiring, contaminate, tear and even destroy insulation.

Squirrel Removal

Squirrels are not shy about taking up residence in your attic, especially during the winter, and can cause a great deal of damage while there. Their nesting sites turn into toxic messes because cleaning up squirrel feces presents a health hazard. Flying squirrels require different trapping techniques and are harder to get rid of, but SES can remove all types of squirrels from your home.

Snake Removal

When you see a snake regularly on your property, you’ll want to have it removed because it probably has built a den in your crawl space on in a nearby area where it can access your home for warmth. If you’ve got a snake inside your house, don't try to catch it because of the danger of a snake bite. Instead, call SES. Our specialists are trained to humanely catch and remove troublesome snakes from homes and properties.

Skunk Removal

Skunks carry rabies and emit a foul-smelling spray. You don't want them in your home and you should not try to trap them yourself. Instead, SES' wildlife control specialists are trained to humanely catch and remove troublesome skunks from homes and attics.

Our animal removal crews are available on a 24/7/365 basis! 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!

Contact Summit Environmental Solutions for animal control, in McLean, VA.

Contact us online or give us a call at 703-520-5868 when you need our services. For dog or cat issues, contact your local municipal animal control office.

Customer Reviews from McLean
Winston C. from Mclean, VA

Aug 9th, 2019
Professional and prompt service. Reasonable maintenance program.
Completed Jobs from McLean
Dalene R.
January 18, 2022
In the garage attic blow over indicated section on the left side with cellulose insulation to reach levels of 14 inches (R49). Includes adding baffles where needed. In the main attic space, blow over the existing insulation and walk boards with cellulose insulation to reach levels of 14 inches (R49). Includes adding baffles at the soffit lines and whole house fan. Install one attic tent around the entry point for better energy efficiency.
Becky G.
December 17, 2021
Remove all the batted/ blown in insulation and in the attic space. Sterifab to disinfect and treat for mites, lice, and bacteria. Air seal any gaps and conduit lines. Install can light covers over recess lights. Install a attic tent for better energy efficiency. Install baffles at soffit lines. Replace bathroom fan flex lines with new insulated flex lines. Blow in new cellulose insulation to R49 (14 inches). Crawlspace Encapsulation Remove all batted fiberglass, vapor barrier, and mouse fecal matter. Sterifab to disinfect and treat for mites, lice, and bacteria. Install copper cloth on possible entry points for the mice. Install stainless steel screen on the vents to prevent entry. Spray foam the rim joists with 2 inches of closed cell spray foam. Install R11 bora foam board on the walls. Install dimple shield and 16 mil white vapor barrier on the floor. Seam tape the vapor barrier to the R11 bora foam board. Insulate the entry door with foam board insulation. Install one Santa Fe compact dehumidifier with condensate pump and discharge to exterior of the home.
Iain C.
November 11, 2021
Remove old blown insulation add 14 inches of cellulose only over laundry room. Access is in garage customer does not want entire attic insulated.
George A.
November 4, 2021
Remove all accessible insulation in attic space. Install baffles at soffit line that are missing and around hvac. Install attic tent over entrance. Air seal with closed cell spray foam any crack, gap, and conduit line. Blow in new cellulose insulation to R49 (14 inches). Blow over existing insulation to reach levels of 14 inches.
Lillian G.
April 14, 2021

Remove all insulation and air seal all penetrations from hvac, electrical and plumbing.  Air seal all cracks and crevices with insulating foam.  Install baffles at eaves to keep insulation in proper position. Disinfect attic and blow in all new cellulose insulation treated with insecticide and fire retardant.  Insulate to a R49 level, about 13 inch depth of insulation. Weather-strip and insulate attic hatch. 

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