At Wentzel Wildlife Pest Control you deal directly with the owner! Because of this, we know and handle your immediate pest control needs without the use of a middleman! To Steve, this is his full time job. Day or night, 24/7, he is available to help safely capture critters and remove. Not only is he an expert wildlife control specialist, he can provide advice on keeping wildlife at bay. Located in the village of Center Valley PA, you will get reliable and responsive service to address your wildlife pest problem quickly. Don’t get yourself into trouble, let Steve take care of your animal pest control immediately!
Steve has over 25 years of wildlife pest control experience under his belt. He was one of the first in the Lehigh Valley to be licensed by the PA Game Commission in the field of Wildlife Pest Control, and one of the first to go full-time. Most Lehigh Valley exterminating companies are not equipped, trained, or licensed to deal with nuisance wildlife. Steve has the knowledge and experience to get the job done quickly and humanely. He is a former Marine and a graduate of Pennsylvania’s leading agricultural institute of higher learning – Delaware Valley College. Call us for 24/7 expert wildlife pest control & humane animal removal from homes & businesses. Rest assured that you home is being protected by Wentzel Wildlife Pest Control.
Our Services Include:
Wildlife Pest Removal – 24/7 Emergency Service – Chimney Cap Installation – Roof Vent Screening – Pest Prevention Services – Residential & Commercial
This is my full-time business, so there is a base fee for inspection & trap placement. Plus, there is a fee per animal removed.
Yes, we provide service 24/7.
Regulations vary by species. Currently, for disease control, groundhogs, skunks, raccoons, foxes, and coyotes must be destroyed.
Yes, I hold a permit through the Pennsylvania Game Commission.
No. Termites, ants, and other problem insects are handled by regular exterminators. County Pest Control is a local company I can recommend with confidence.
No. To find someone to help rehabilitate wildlife in PA, please visit www.PAWR.com