Groundhogs will enter your yard to find food or a safe place to burrow.
Call (219) 707-1968 to learn more about groundhog removal, trapping, control, and repair of any damage.
We provide safe groundhog removal with different methods to keep groundhogs from digging at the foundation of your deck or house. Both their diet and burrowing habits make them a nuisance animal around farms and gardens. They will eat many commonly grown vegetables and their burrows can destroy small ponds and undermine foundations. Groundhog dens often provide homes for other animals including skunks, foxes, raccoons, and cottontail rabbits. You can easily identify groundhog dens because the usually will mound up soil outside the entrance.
To keep groundhogs off your property
- Harvest all crops as soon as possible.
- Keep brush and debris piles down.
- Trim back plants groundhogs will eat or use for cover.
- Be sure to properly maintain or remove decks and other foundations where groundhogs might burrow or build dens.
Groundhog control methods
We use a variety of control methods. We trap most of our groundhogs live and remove them from the property. We also like to perform an exclusion to wherever a groundhog may have been living, under porch or foundation etc. Essentially, we will create a barrier to keep other animals from doing the same thing again. We charge a flat rate to solve your groundhog problem. However, when performing a more permanent mitigation process to keep them from coming back, rates fluctuate from property to property.
- Groundhogs are the largest species of the squirrel family.
- Other names for the groundhog include whistle pig, woodchuck, and land-beaver.
- Groundhogs are skilled climbers and swimmers which aides them in eluding less skilled predators.
- Groundhog burrows are so complex they have a separate bathroom for each chamber.
- Groundhog burrows were responsible for uncovering a historic village in Ohio.
Groundhog Trapping, Groundhog Removal, Groundhog Proofing & Groundhog Damage Repair Services of Northwest Indiana.