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  • I discovered that 3 squirrels had gotten into my breezeway ceiling between my house and garage.  I found ACE WILDLIFE SERVICE, INC. on Angie's List.  I called them and made an appointment for them to come to my home.  The next day, SAM IHLE came out.  He is a very nice gentleman who is easy to talk with.  He assesed the situation and explained the appropriate action to take.  He informed me of what he would be doing and figured the cost involved.  He was extremely pleasant, caring and professional in every interaction I had with him.  He left cages to catch the animals and came out to check on them daily.  In a relatively short time, he informed me he had trapped all three squirrels and removed them from my area and released them back to the wild.  This really impressed me in that they were not destroyed--I just didn't want them in my breezeway.
    When Sam was sure there were no more animals to be caught, he returned and patched the entry holes.  I was given a 3 year warranty that there would be no further entry at these locations.  His work was meticulous and very professional.  I am extremely pleased with the appearence of the four repaired areas.
    It was an absolute pleasure dealing with Sam.  I would not hesitate to call him again should I have any similar problems in the future.  I would HIGHLY RECOMMEND him and his company to anyone with a wildlife problem. Again, it was a pleasure having someone as knowledgeable and nice as Sam resolve my wildlife problem.
    - THOMAS M.
  • In each instance Jim or one of his guys responded quickly and followed up prompty. I really appriciate the care they take  to prevent animals getting back into the building. The prevention protects the structure as well as the animals. If the animals do not get into the house they do not have to be dealt with.
    - Cynthia M.
  • They asked $139 to remove a small woodchuck that we had already trapped in a live trap. That's fine, of course, and their right to charge, but if that's what you want and you think that's a high price then this is to save you a phone call. There are others who do it for less; call around.
    - LAURA K.
  • The other chimney- originally built for the furnace, but was never connected to it - was occupied at the time by a HUGE raccoon (said it was the biggest one they'd seen) and at least one baby. We decided to wait until the baby(ies) were able to climb out and then Century Chimney will return and make that chimney undesirable to them so they will move out and THEN they will put on the 2nd cap. I was pleased that the critters did not have to be destroyed. They were so professional and truly nice guys. Left the place s*** and span, too.
    - Terri M.
  • Not so well. Jim is a pleasant man and he did replace the first trap and extend the time we'd paid for when I noted that it had failed to spring when something took the bait. My only advice is not to hire him for woodchucks (or at least young ones) because they would walk right past the bait (only a bit of apple) and continue to eat whatever else they pleased. Maybe they can't be caught. Save your money.
    - LAURA K.
  • My wife and I had discovered a large raccoon in the paddock. The person who came over was very prompt and professional. He removed the raccoon and also set a trap, if in case the raccoon tries to come back again. Their price was pretty good as well.
    - ANN H.
  • The company's owner responded by phone to my call. He explained that it was not necessary for me to be home when they came to set out the live trap. When I got home from work, the trap was in place and baited. Instructions were left as to what to do when I checked the trap in the morning. Overnight a raccoon was caught in the trap-a very raucous raccoon! I phoned in the morning before I left for work. When I returned that evening, the raccoon was gone and two traps were set. Before I went to bed, a groundhog was in one of the traps. I phoned. The groundhog was removed the next day. A bill was left in my box. The burrowing hole was filled in. A note explained that I should phone within two weeks if the hole was excavated because that would be evidence of more than one groundhog. No further contact was necessary. I found it interesting that I never actually saw anyone from the company. They did what they promised to do and left a bill for their services not knowing if they could trust me or not. I am conflicted about the initial $89 cost of delivering and baiting a trap. On the one hand, a live trap (that can be reused) and an apple (that cannot be reused) do not seem to be a substantial investment on the part of the company. On the other hand, I don't own a live trap. I did what I had to do by hiring them and they delivered a service as promised. The groundhog had undermined the porch so something needed to be done. I have since obstructed the entry at that access point and am hoping wire and brick will encourage future groundhogs to seek shelter elsewhere.
    - MARY F.
  • I had gotten two other contractors for animal removal from Angie's list. One contractor told me I had mice. The other contractor told me I had a raccoon and he suggested I call Ace Wildlife Services. I was very impressed with Mike at Ace Wildlife. He worked with me around my work schedule. He would come out early in the morning so that I could get to work on time. He had to come out three times just to capture all the raccoons. He definitely knew the raccoons behavior and just how to capture them quickly even when they tried to get away. The crawl space that Mike had to get into was extremely small. He did an excellent job of removing the animals and putting safe guards in place so that no more animals get into my house.
  • I always call Jim when I am at my wits end for a solution to highly destructive animal behavior. He trapped at least 3 to 4 raccoons and one ground hog this past summer. He is professional and efficient. The City of Berea pays half of his costs.
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