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Squirrels Becoming a Problem?

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Squirrels frequently become a problem for home and business owners in Hamden, Connecticut. They can enter a building through a vent or a hole made by birds or chew a hole themselves. Once they get inside, they build nests and often give birth. Squirrels also chew on things, including pipes, vents, wires, wood, and siding, to keep their teeth worn down. Squirrels can cause hundreds or even thousands of dollars in damage.

If squirrels are becoming a problem at your Hamden home or business, contact the professionals at Anderson Wildlife Control. We can live-trap the squirrels and relocate them to another location a safe distance from your building where they will not cause any more damage.


Humane & Environmentally Friendly Practices

We use humane, environmentally friendly squirrel removal methods. We do not employ pesticides, poisons, or other chemicals. Squirrels are not harmed in the live-trapping and relocation process.

We have seen the damage that squirrels can cause to a home or business. They can damage siding, soffits, chimneys, and vents and pull down gutters. Anderson Wildlife Control has the experience to perform the carpentry work needed to repair this damage and restore your home or business to its former condition. We can also seal the entrance that the squirrels used to gain access to your building and prevent them and other animals from returning.

If you have a squirrel problem, don’t wait to do something about it. The longer they are living in your Hamden home or business, the more damage squirrels can do. Contact Anderson Wildlife Control today so that we can get to work solving your squirrel problem.


Give Us A Call At 203-758-0555 To Get Started

Humane Animal Control

  • Safe Live-Trapping
  • No Pesticides
  • No Poisons
  • No Chemicals
  • 100% Green Solutions

We’ll Fix The Problem

  • Aluminum & Vinyl Siding
  • Gutter Re-Hangs
  • Chimney Capping
  • Carpentry Work
  • Preventative Sealing