Woodchuck Removal MNSo here’s the answer to the question that everyone has been dying to know since they were two years old…How much wood could a woodchuck chuck if a woodchuck could chuck wood? Well, according to the lovely folks at Cornell, the answer is 700 pounds. Let’s be real though, woodchucks aren’t chucking wood, are they? If you are reading this, it’s likely that the woodchuck around your Minnesota home is chucking right away at things that aren’t made for chucking. If you have a woodchuck problem, call Minnesota Wild Animal Management Inc., today.

Animal Damage Repair

How much energy does it take for a woodchuck to be chucked out of your non-wood, but certainly chucked home, if a woodchuck could be chucked? Answer: lots of energy. Therefore, it’s best to leave it up to the professionals. How do you know you have a woodchuck problem? If you begin to see damage to your property, like on your lawn, garden, flower beds, shrubs, etc., you might have a woodchuck problem. In all honesty, it’s not the chucking that’s the problem – it’s the burrowing! These critters burrow themselves underground and then build phenomenal, but also disastrous tunnels. If tunnels are built under your driveway, the foundation of your home, sidewalks, or other structural places, it can easily cause the structure to crack, give way, and ultimately dissipate. And no one wants to see a little woodchuck cause so much damage to their property. All in all, these damages are much harder to fix than just removing the woodchuck in the first place.

Woodchuck Removal

So the best way to prevent the damage is to perform woodchuck removal services as soon as possible. At Minnesota Wild Animal Management Inc., we quickly trap and humanely remove the animal as quickly as possible. Once woodchuck removal is performed, we do a thorough evaluation on pest damage repair. If animal damage repair is needed, we will quickly repair the damages and block off any entrances to your home that the animal had previously entered.

Ultimately, the goal here is to keep your property safe and to humanely remove the woodchuck so it can chuck somewhere else. If you live in MN and you are in need of pest damage repair or woodchuck removal, call Minnesota Wild Animal Management Inc., today at our 24/7 emergency line (612) 386-1289. Chuck those woodchucks to the woods where they can chuck those 700 pounds that does not include your home!

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To Our Valued Clients,

Our employees and our customers are our top priority, and we are doing everything we can to ensure the health and safety of each.

As deemed by the Minnesota State Government and the MN Dept of Health, we are a essential business, and will remain open and in full operation.

In addition to our standard levels of sterilization and disinfection between each customer visit, our technicians are disinfecting themselves and equipment throughout the day.

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