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Nuisance Wildlife Trapping and Removal in Texas

What makes Harris County Wildlife Removal Pro unique in our industry is our highly qualified animal trapping professionals. With over a half-century of combined wildlife removal experience, our professional technicians have the best training, materials and support staff to offer customers unmatched service.

Trapping Gray Squirrels


Houmont Park

Enron was created by a merge between Houston Natural Gas and Internorth. Houston's Natural Gas's CEO Kenneth Lay headed the merger of the two companies. Kenneth Lay became the CEO of Enron. Enron was originally solely involved with the distribution and transmission of electricity and gas in the United States. In the merger, Enron incurred a large amount of debt, and as a result of deregulation, no longer had exclusive rights to its pipelines. The company had to find a way to generate profits and cash flow. Kenneth Lay hired Jeffrey Skilling to work for Enron as an accountant. Skilling suggested the practice of buying gas from a network of suppliers and selling it to consumers at a fixed price with a contract. Enron was interested in the expansion, building, and operation of pipelines, power plants, and other infrastructure worldwide. After just a year of operation Enron merged with a company called Spectrum Seven, a company whose chairman and CEO is the former president of the United States, George W. Bush. In 1999, Enron tried to expand their company by creating the Azurix Corporation, a water utility company. Overall the Azurix Corporation proved unsuccessful financially. The Azurix Corporation, due to their failure to make an entrance into the market, went under. By 2001, Enron announced plans to dissemble Azurix and liquidize the assets of the corporation.

Like many other companies Enron offered a retirement plan to its employees, in which they could substitute earnings for stocks in Enron. The benefits to this were that the employees were able to buy the stock on a tax-deferred portion of their pay. When the company closed in December 2001, sixty-two percent of the company's 401 k plan was held in Enron stock. The stock, which once traded at eighty dollars a share, went for less then seventy cents a share when Enron folded.

  • Squirrel Damage

  • Bat Trapping Services

  • Getting Rid of Skunks

Using Squirrel Exclusion Products


The Woodlands

Wild raccoons are capable of causing an extensive amount of damage and mess to a home or property. They are known to take shelter in residential and commercial areas, commonly invading attics, crawl spaces, roofs, vents, ducts, garages, sheds, porches, and more. They use these areas to protect themselves and their young from harsh weather and cold temperatures; as well as, for breeding grounds and feeding.

Once raccoons are occupying a particular area of a residential or commercial property, they immediately begin their destructive tendencies. For instance, raccoons can chew through wood beams and electrical wiring, rip down attic insulation, and saturate dry wall, sheet rock, ceilings, and other areas of a home with urine and feces.

Many property owners are overwhelmed with the sight of their home or building after a raccoon infestation. Once they are professionally removed, what happens to the area that has been destroyed? Continue reading to learn about professional raccoon cleanup services and how they can help a property owner in distress following a raccoon infestation or disturbance.

When wild raccoons have nested, burrowed, and hibernated in a home or building for an extended amount of time, the chances of structural damage is high. Dry wall is ripped, torn, and saturated with animal urine and droppings; while attic insulation, ceilings, and more are also saturated with urine and ripped away for nesting and playtime. On top of these damages, extreme structural damage is likely too. Porches, decks, roofs, and more have to be gutted or replaced at times; depending on the degree of damages. In other cases, restorations can take weeks or months to complete because of the extensiveness of harm and destruction.

  • Remove Any Bats That Are Living in Your Home

  • How to Keep Skunks out of My Garbage Cans

  • Trapping Tips

Squirrel Nests - Where Are Nests Located


Mission Bend

Enron was created by a merge between Houston Natural Gas and Internorth. Houston's Natural Gas's CEO Kenneth Lay headed the merger of the two companies. Kenneth Lay became the CEO of Enron. Enron was originally solely involved with the distribution and transmission of electricity and gas in the United States. In the merger, Enron incurred a large amount of debt, and as a result of deregulation, no longer had exclusive rights to its pipelines. The company had to find a way to generate profits and cash flow. Kenneth Lay hired Jeffrey Skilling to work for Enron as an accountant. Skilling suggested the practice of buying gas from a network of suppliers and selling it to consumers at a fixed price with a contract. Enron was interested in the expansion, building, and operation of pipelines, power plants, and other infrastructure worldwide. After just a year of operation Enron merged with a company called Spectrum Seven, a company whose chairman and CEO is the former president of the United States, George W. Bush. In 1999, Enron tried to expand their company by creating the Azurix Corporation, a water utility company. Overall the Azurix Corporation proved unsuccessful financially. The Azurix Corporation, due to their failure to make an entrance into the market, went under. By 2001, Enron announced plans to dissemble Azurix and liquidize the assets of the corporation.

Like many other companies Enron offered a retirement plan to its employees, in which they could substitute earnings for stocks in Enron. The benefits to this were that the employees were able to buy the stock on a tax-deferred portion of their pay. When the company closed in December 2001, sixty-two percent of the company's 401 k plan was held in Enron stock. The stock, which once traded at eighty dollars a share, went for less then seventy cents a share when Enron folded.

  • Squirrels in Yard

  • How to Get Rid of Squirrels

  • Squirrel Diseases