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CT Wildlife Removal

CT Wildlife Removal helps homeowners in Connecticut with their Wildlife Removal needs.

CT Wildlife Removal

Colonial Village, 1735 Post Rd Suite 2C
Fairfield Connecticut 06824
United States

(203) 403-2451

Business Description

CT Wildlife Removal provides Connecticut homeowners with wildlife control services! Pest Problems? We can help! 100% FREE ESTIMATE - Call 203-403-2451 Problems with Raccoons, Skunks, Squirrels, Bats, Opossums, Woodchucks, Snakes, Moles, Rodents, Mice? CT Wildlife Removal can help you trap these pests and prevent them from coming back into your home. We service all parts of Litchfield & Fairfield County. If you need Wildlife Removal in New Milford, CT or neighboring areas including Litchfield, Harwinton, Salisbury, Watertown, Barkhamstead, Plymouth, Torrington, Goshen, Winsted, Cornwall, Colebrook, Bethlehem and more!

Business Hours

Monday8:00 am - 6:00 pm
Tuesday8:00 am - 6:00 pm
Wednesday8:00 am - 6:00 pm
Thursday8:00 am - 6:00 pm
Friday8:00 am - 6:00 pm
Saturday8:00 am - 6:00 pm

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About Fairfield

Fairfield is a town in Fairfield County, Connecticut, United States. It borders the city of Bridgeport and towns of Trumbull, Easton, Weston, and Westport along the Gold Coast of Connecticut. As of 2020, the town had a population of 61,512. The town is part of the Greater Bridgeport Planning Region. == History == === Colonial era === In 1635, Puritans and Congregationalists in the Massachusetts Bay Colony, were dissatisfied with the rate of Anglican reform, and sought to establish an ecclesiastical society subject to their own rules and regulations. The Massachusetts General Court granted them permission to settle in the towns of Windsor, Wethersfield, and Hartford which is an area now known as Connecticut. On January 14, 1639, a set of legal and administrative regulations called the Fundamental Orders was adopted and established Connecticut as a self-ruling entity. By 1639, these settlers had started new towns in the surrounding areas. Roger Ludlowe, framer of the Fundamental Orders, purchased the land called Unquowa (presently called Fairfield), and established the name. The name "Fairfield" is commendatory.According to historian John M. Taylor: Early in 1639, the General Court granted a commission to Ludlowe to begin a plantation at Pequannocke.

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