Welcome To ACS Animal Removal
As one of the leading animal removal companies in Ohio, we at ACS Animal Removal are proud to offer top quality service at an affordable price.
We are your one-stop spot for all things pertaining to animal removal. We know it can be frustrating to have to deal with an invasion of creatures, but the good news is that you don’t have to. At ACS Animal Removal, we make it our business to get your house back in shape: critter free.
Whether it’s the smallest of rodents or a large family of raccoons, it is best to leave animal removal to a professional. We are trained in dealing with a variety of animals, such as snakes, raccoons, bats, squirrels, moles, possums and birds. Some of these animals might seem like a no-brainer to remove from your house, but where there is one, there may be many more and some animals can be dangerous.
We at ACS Animal Removal are thorough in our system of removing rodents, birds and any kind of animal that has been pestering your house. This includes bat exclusion and bat removal. We work as long as necessary to remove animals, as well as use prevention methods to deter repeated animal entry.
If you have had animals living in your attic or house for a long time, your house may need some repairs or insulation replacement. Don’t worry! We can take care of it for you.
We are here to help client’s homes in Cincinnati, OH and all of Northern Kentucky area stay rodent free. You can trust us to take care of any animal problem and restore your house to its former beauty. Call us today for more information!
24 hour emergency services available!!
ACS Animal Removal is insured & certified.
In the quest to maintain the highest degree of Competence, Integrity, and Service, the National Wildlife Control Operator’s Association has developed a program for professional certification. The program was designed to present a means by which NWCOA could not only recognize individuals for their hard-earned achievements, but to also provide the general public with a confirmation that they are dealing with a true experienced professional.
Those who hold the title of Certified Wildlife Control Professional have demonstrated a wealth of both “hands-on” field experience and an exposure to a variety of industry related training programs. Candidates for certification must be able to establish no less than three years of professional practice, along with a minimum number of credit hours of board approved training courses and seminars.