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Ron, a Browns Mills resident, joined Cowleys in 2018 as a wildlife control technician. He prides himself in dealing with challenging wildlife infestations. For those homeowners facing property damage from invading critters whether its torn soffits and fascia, ripped shingles, or destroyed insulation, Ron has an extensive construction background. He has the skills and experience to repair most any wildlife damage and make your home look as good as new. His goal is to leave no trace that animals had once taken up residence in your attic, basement, or crawl space.
Nuisance wildlife, especially squirrels and raccoons, that commonly invade homes and other structures, often leave considerable damage in their wake. In addition to his experience trapping and relocating wildlife, Ron joined Cowleys with almost two decades of building construction experience under his belt. For him, the motto was “no job is too big or too small.” Ron has done everything from renovation projects to home building. He also specialized in concrete work and managed a wide variety of projects including the exacting work of building bulkheads (seawalls).
Ron enjoys helping homeowners get unwanted animals out of their house, repairing wildlife damage, and helping the animals find a more suitable living arrangement away from people. He especially enjoys the “chess match” of dealing with wily wildlife that have no interest in being captured.
Every wildlife infestation comes with its own set of challenges, and he is still amazed at the tight spots and inaccessible places that these animals will access. One of Ron’s first jobs at Cowleys was rescuing raccoon kits that were trapped in a tight chimney. These kits were in a serious pickle. To reach these kits, Ron had to do a contortion act that was worthy of a performance at Cirque du Soleil. He saved the kits and helped these homeowners avoid dealing with rotting animal carcasses in their home.
In his spare time, Ron enjoys playing golf, hunting and fishing, and spending time with his family.
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