Gotcha Wildlife is great. Ken came to our home today right on time, and dealt with our problem very effectively. It was kind of an emergency for us. We were having attic-insulation removal done by an insulation company, but the insulation contractors walked off the job yesterday because they found some old raccoon waste matter from raccoons we had in the attic years ago. The insulation company explained that raccoon waste matter can carry dangerous parasites that can attack the human nervous system. Ken checked both the top of the roof and the attic interior and determined that there are no raccoons in the attic currently and no entry points at this time, but he found raccoon waste matter not only in the location where the insulation company had found it but also in another location which the insulation company had missed seeing. He removed the raccoon waste matter and he and his partner disinfected the attic with Microban Hospital Spray, which he explained kills bacteria and other pathogens. He also supplied us with written proof that this was done so that we could forward it to the attic-insulation company to assure them it is safe for their workers to return to our home to continue the insulation work. Ken, moreover, offered us preventative solutions on how to cover up our ridge vent and other roof vents with a 16-gage galvanized steel mesh to prevent raccoons and squirrels from manipulating these sensitive areas and nesting in our attic in the future. We will consider hiring Gotcha Wildlife again, to do this preventative work to prevent animals from getting into our attic in the future. Overall, we are very pleased with their good work and with how quickly they were able to provide us with this much needed service - helping us not to have our attic insulation work delayed any further - and also with their very fair prices. Of the companies we had called prior to hiring Gotcha Wildlife, we found they had some of the most fair prices and also the best guarantee. Not all the companies were offering a guarantee. So we thank Ken and his team very much, and we will likely see them at least once more (for the preventative work) in the future.