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Welcome to Quick-Rite!

Currently Serving:

Macomb County

Armada, Romeo, Richmond, New Haven, Washington, Shelby Township, Chesterfield Township, Utica,
Mount Clemens, Clinton Township, Sterling Heights, Warren, St Clair Shores, Roseville, East Pointe,
Hazel Park, Fraser, Center Line, Memphis

Oakland County

Addison, Auburn Hills, Berkley, Beverly Hills, Bingham Farms, Birmingham, Bloomfield Hills, Bloomfield, Brandon, Clarkston, Clawson, Commerce Township, Farmington Hills,Farmington,Fenton, Ferndale, Franklin, Groveland, Hazel Park, Highland, Holly, Huntington Woods, Independence, Keego Harbor, Lake Angelus, Lake Orion, Lathrup Village, Leonard, Lyon, Madison Heights, Milford,Northville, Novi, Oak Park, Oakland, Orchard Lake, Orion, Ortonville, Oxford, Pleasant Ridge, Pontiac, Rochester Hills, Rochester, Rose, Royal Oak, South Lyon, Southfield, Springfield, Sylvan Lake, Troy, Walled Lake, Waterford, West Bloomfield, White Lake, Wixom, Wolverine Lake

Frequently asked questions

Is this a free service?

No, Quick-Rite Wildlife Control is a business specializing in wildlife removal and control.
We are not funded by any state or local agency,. Fees can vary. Most of the time we can give a quote over the phone.
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Can't I just trap my own animals?

Yes, we can even rent you the tools you will need. However, although you can trap on your property, it is illegal in most states to transport wildlife without a permit or license.
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I caught something in a trap, can you relocate it?

Yes. Fees will vary based upon species, distance, and numbers caught. Most of the time we can give a quote over the phone. If you are using your own cage, if possible we will transfer the animal to transport cage. However if not possible we will return your cage within 72 hours.
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HELP!! I have a young or injured animal in my yard, Can you help?

Yes we can help, we will gladly dispatch a wildlife specialists to come remove the animal, However there will be a dispatch and/or a removal fee. Keep in mind "We are not funded by any state or local agency,. Fees can vary."
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I saw a raccoon in my yard during the daytime. It must be rabid, right?

No, it could just be hungry. Never approach any wild animal. Metro Detroit has the largest amount of confirmed rabies cases in the state.
If it continues to remain in your yard, give us a call.
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How often do you check traps?

The homeowner or tenant is responsible for checking traps daily. Any catches, wild or domestic, should be reported to us immediately. If this task is unable to be completed by the homeowner or tenant, Quick-Rite staff will be able to do this for a daily visit charge.
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What kind of traps do you use?

We have a large variety of traps at our disposal. We always attempt to capture the animal alive, although it is not always possible due to certain conditions and state guidelines. All methods are discussed with the homeowner or tenant prior to use.
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It's the middle of the night and there is something inside of my house or car. Can we call you?

Yes. We are available around the clock. An after-hours dispatch fee will be charged based upon species, numbers and distance.
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Do you capture or pick up stray dogs or stray cats?

We will gladly assist you by renting live traps to assist you in capturing your feral cat problems and even arrange for transport to local animal shelter provided by you; however, call your local animal shelter for information regarding dogs.
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Do you use pesticides?

No, we do not use any pesticides in our services. We are not a pest control company. We deal exclusively with nuisance wildlife.
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Is it true some people poison wildlife with rat poison and antifreeze?

Sadly, yes. Along with this being very cruel, it is also very illegal. First and foremost, wildlife deserves better than this. The cost involved with having Quick-Rite come out and cut holes in ceilings, walls, and floors to locate the rotting corpse of poisoned animals is only the beginning of their issues.
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Is it true mothballs will keep pests away?

No, unless your pests are moths. Many people unknowingly have followed very bad advice and tried to handle their own issues using mothballs. True, they do stink; however, using mothballs in any manner except those specifically specified on the label is a federal crime. We have heard of cases where people have tried this and have been sued by neighbors for the constant toxic - yes toxic - fumes and odors.
Cases where neighbor's dogs and cats have been poisoned as well as a case where a toddler has mistaken mothballs for candy or gumballs.

Recently, we were called to a house were the new owner of less then a month found a dead squirrel as they lowered the attic stairs. Once we arrived and removed the animal, we inspected the attic and found many dead bats along with a half inch of mothballs.
This was a costly clean up due to the amount of toxic fumes and the insulation that had to be replaced.
The current owner was able to sue for restitution from the previous owner.
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