Critter Control of Des Moines service truck

Critter Control of Des Moines serves Polk County, Madison County, Warren County and Dallas County with our professional animal and wildlife control services. We understand that wildlife control problems are troubling to you and can be a hassle. Our professional wildlife management team will provide you with animal removal, animal damage repairs, animal prevention and restoration. Give us a call if you suspect problems with bats, birds, mice, opossums or other wildlife. We are experienced in removing wildlife control problems from your life.


We understand that wildlife management can be overwhelming. For this reason, we handle all aspects of your wildlife control including removal, repairs, and prevention.

Animal Removal

Animal removal can be a tricky task, which is why our wildlife control specialists are here to help you. We know the importance of getting every critter out of your home and in a timely manner. Our techniques ensure a safe, humane and complete removal for your wildlife trespassers.

Animal Damage Repairs

Unfortunately, when the wildlife is removed, residue from your problem still remains. Animals like raccoons and bats can cause extensive damage to any place they invade. Raccoons can tear apart ducts and chew on wiring causing electrical problems, while guano alone causes a terrible smell, stains, and damages to insulation. Your wildlife control specialists can handle the mess for you, completely repairing the area as if your problem wildlife was never there in the first place.


To critter-proof your home, we use professional materials to prevent other wildlife animals from entering your home uninvited. We will seal off entry points, install vent screens, chimney caps, and other methods to ensure no possible reentry.

Bat Exclusion

Our wildlife control specialists understand the possible harm and damage a bat invasion can cause. By implementing one-way doors that allow bats to leave but not return, sealing off entry holes, and more techniques, we will exclude the bats from your home. Bat removal is a tricky task. Repellents can push the bats deeper into your home, using toxins is illegal, and bats can reenter through an area as small as 3/8 inch wide. It is best to put your trust in a Critter Control bat control specialists to ensure proper exclusion.

Insulation Restoration

If you have had an invasion in your attic, chances are the condition of your insulation has been comprised. Animals can permanently ruin insulation, floorboards and wires in your attic. Our wildlife control specialists can remove soiled, non-functioning insulation and replace it. Keeping your home properly insulated and resulting in more efficient heating.


Our wildlife control specialists are experienced in removing a variety of animals from your home. As the temperature drops, moles, squirrels and raccoons are becoming more of an issue than normal. The wildlife will seek warmth and your home offers great shelter for them!

Other common problem animals:

  • Bats
  • Mice
  • Moles
  • Raccoons
  • Squirrels
  • Armadillos
  • Badgers
  • Beavers

If you suspect a wildlife control problem in your home, please do not hesitate to call us. We are experienced in removing your most difficult problem wildlife.


Critter Control of Des Moines Service Area


Ackworth, Adel, Alleman, Altoona, Ankeny, Bevington, Bondurant, Bouton, Carlisle, Clive, Cumming, Dallas Center, Dawson, De Soto, Des Moines, Dexter, Earlham, East Peru, Elkhart, Granger, Grimes, Hartford, Indianola, Johnston, Lacona, Linden, Macksburg, Martensdale, Milo, Minburn, Mitchellville, New Virginia, Norwalk, Patterson, Perry, Pleasant Hill, Polk City, Redfield, Runnells, Saint Charles, Saint Marys, Sandyville, Spring Hill, Truro, Urbandale, Van Meter, Waukee, West Des Moines, Windsor Heights, Winterset, Woodward
Dallas County, Madison County, Polk County, Warren County

This franchise is independently licensed and operated by JSV Enterprises, Inc., dba Critter Control of Des Moines

Bat Removal Services are provided to communities all along the I-80 corridor.