Squirrel Removal is a common call starting in late summer all the way through spring. Our professional services help prevent the damage that comes from gray squirrels chewing on electrical wires. Since the squirrel is a rodent, their front teeth continually grow causing the squirrel to chew to keep their teeth at a manageable level. In nature, squirrels chew on tree bark, twigs and other natural hard items. In your attic, they chew wiring, support beams, roof braces and electrical fixtures.
Squirrels are notorious for destroying attic insulation by trampling on it which in turn reduces the R-factor. Their urine and fecal matter can collect on your insulation over time and can cause unwanted smells and in some rare cases disease in humans. They also cause damage in drywall by digging holes in the ceiling. If you hear chewing or scratching in your attic don’t hesitate to a wildlife removal technician.
It is estimated that there are more than 40,000 house fires annually and is the leading cause of fire-related casualties, claiming about 500 lives with property losses estimated at over $500 million annually. Out of these 40,000 fires its estimated that 40% are caused by rodents chewing on wires.
Squirrel Removal Services:
- Squirrel Trapping & Squirrel Eviction
- Squirrel Exclusion
- Thorough Attic and Roof Line Inspections
- Electrical Wiring Inspections
- Trimming Tree Limbs to Remove Roof Access Points
- Sealing Entry Points with Galvanized Steel and/or Silicone
Our Professionally Trained Squirrel Removal Experts offer full-service Wildlife Control that will assist you with problems caused by Squirrels. All technicians are highly experienced that are specifically trained to remove Squirrels and prevent stress or injury to the animals.
Inhumane killing and the use of pesticides for Squirrel control is illegal in most areas of the country. Removing nursing Squirrels may leave the babies to die in your attic, attracting bugs and parasites, causing further health risks. The removal of Squirrel carcasses is a time consuming, costly and unnecessary process.