Welcome to Critter Control® of Fort Lauderdale

When critters make their way onto your Florida property or into your home, you can count on the pest and animal removal services of Critter Control® serving Ft. Lauderdale. Our family operated business has been helping communities throughout Ft. Lauderdale and the surrounding areas for more than 20 years. Call us today at 954-467-6067 to see just how our services can help you.

We are a licensed and insured critter control company specializing in the removal of critters such as rats, mice, and squirrels that can chew their way into your attic, snakes that can sneak into your pools or kitchen, raccoons living in your garage, and opossums and armadillos burrowing under your home. We’ll even offer you a free home inspection so that we can know the type and size of the infestation or critter problem before beginning our work. We realize that critters aren’t just attempting to enter your home, but your businesses as well. That’s why we offer commercial wildlife services; to keep your most important assets safe like your employees and goods.

However, safe and fast critter removal is just the beginning. All of our technicians are trained in cleaning up after any messes the rats, mice, squirrels, opossums, raccoons, snakes, armadillos or other critters may have made. This ranges from basic waste clean up to a complete attic restoration when your insulation has sustained animal damages.

When your home is repaired and free from animal waste, we’ll seal all the openings and cracks that allowed the animals to get into your home or business in the first place, preventing them from entering again, and significantly decreasing the chances of another infestation.

If you’re experiencing an emergency animal problem in Hollywood or anywhere in the Fort Lauderdale area, contact our office, located at 2895 W Prospect Rd. Ft Lauderdale, FL 33309, by calling 954-467-6067 or filling out a form. Our wildlife professionals are on call 24 hours a day to deal with any wildlife or pest-related issues.