At BestWay Wildlife Control, we believe in treating all creatures with respect and consideration. When it comes to beaver removal and beaver control, we believe that the physical removal of a beaver from its natural habitat should be an absolute last resort. We understand that beavers are harmful to your property or residence. Beavers, however, do not belong in residential or suburban environments. If you find a beaver on your property in a residential neighborhood or on the property of a restaurant, that could spell trouble. Beavers can cause flooding and tree damage, amongst other things. Both control and removal of this creature from your property, as well as assurance that it stays gone, is covered in the beaver removal cost when you work with us.
We offer beaver removal and beaver control services in the following New Hampshire communities:
We work hard to help you with beaver removal, just ask Kathleen Busby:
Do you think you have a beaver that needs to be shooed away from your property? Here are some sure-fire signs of beavers:
- Two small five-fingered tracks followed by two webbed foot tracks and tail marks.
- Big piles of sticks, branches, logs, and mud along a waterway that is blocking water from flowing.
- Mound-shaped stick piles in ponds, lakes, or other waterways.
- Long mud trails between a water source and land. This will be about 20 feet wide and horizontal to the edge of the water.
If you see these, call us! We have the beaver removal expertise and the beaver control know-how that will keep your beaver removal cost at its best rate!