Squirrels are curious creatures that enjoy exploring. They are also persistent and will often work hard to find a way into an attic or crawl space where they can make their homes. With fall right around the corner, many squirrels will be looking for warm places to spend the cold months.
After squirrels enter a house, they settle in and make themselves at home. They choose locations to eat, sleep, and urinate and can be very destructive.
Squirrels often establish multiple entry points to get into a home. Once they have entered a house, the owner may become aware of their presence when they are heard scratching or moving around inside the walls or in the attic.
If you are hearing signs of squirrels in your home, you should contact a wildlife control technician to humanely remove and relocate them. A professional knows the best and safest methods to remove nuisance squirrels and keep them from returning.
Before the wildlife control technician arrives, try to identify the squirrels’ location in your home. You may be able to do this by listening to the sounds coming from your attic or crawl space. You can also walk around your house and try to identify the entry points that the squirrels used to get into your home. This information will be valuable to the wildlife control technician and will make the process of trapping and removing the squirrels much easier and faster.
The wildlife removal technician will identify the access points that the squirrels used to enter your home and will humanely trap and relocate the animals. The technician will also identify and assess the damage that the squirrels have caused and suggest how to repair it and keep the squirrels form returning.
If squirrels have invaded your attic or crawl space, don’t wait to take action. The longer you allow them to stay, the more damage they can do. Contact Anderson Wildlife Control, and let us use our proven methods to remove the squirrels from your property and keep them from returning.