Pond Levelers-Beaver Control
Spring is in the air. The grass will soon be green, and nature will awaken from a long winter’s nap. Two- year old beavers will soon be chased from their mother’s side and start to look for new homes of their own. In the process, brooks, streams and rivers get dammed up, often resulting in significant damage to private and public property alike. BestWay Wildlife Control can help you take on this challenge. We offer several professional solutions to beaver problems, from the installation of water flow devices to the physical removal of beavers. Get ahead of the problem by contacting BestWay Wildlife Control either by calling 603-425-4250 or by using our Contact Form. We have handled beaver problems for National Grid and Massachusetts Bay Commuter Railroad, and we can take care of your needs as well.
Beavers are a very productive rodent: The Beaver became extinct in New Hampshire in the late 1800’s. Six beavers were reintroduced to New Hampshire in the late 1920’s. Another forty – eight beavers were released in the state in 1940. In 1955 the state was at its carrying capacity for beavers.
Beavers can be costly: Beavers in 1983 caused an estimated $100 – 75 million dollars in damage the United States. This damage consists of washed out roads, flooded homes, lost timber, and ruined crops.
Get ahead of the problem by calling Chuck Crowe at 603-425-4250. I am licensed and insured. I have handled beaver problems for National Grid and Massachusetts Bay Commuter Railroad Company. See what BestWay Wildlife Control can do for you.