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Generally, we consider squirrels cute animals that we usually see climbing up trees and running across the pavement. They are anything but adorable once they have made their way into our homes and businesses. Believe it or not, squirrels are in fact part of the rodent family. Much like termites, squirrels can also create substantial damage to a home by tearing up your attic, air duct system, gutters and roof. It is very important to check your home for signs of squirrels so that their invasion is detected early on.
There are several ways to detect when squirrels have been making your home their new place of residence. One place that you can start is your roof. If there are large or even small entry holes, then you can be sure that squirrels have found their way in. Another good place to check is a chimney flute or fireplace. Loud noises in your attic can also be a good indicator of squirrel activity. Squirrels can also leave behind droppings and urine, which give off a very distinct smell for early detection.
Once you have discovered evidence of squirrel activity whether by seeing them or hearing them run amok inside the walls of your home, it is time to put a plan of action into place to get rid of them. There are several ways that we can go about getting rid of your squirrels. Using strong repellents and attempting to trap them into a metal cage are viable popular options, but we also provide rodent proofing services to seal up all of your holes so they can no longer enter. If squirrels are occupying your home and you want them gone for good, make sure you call today and ask to speak to someone in our wildlife division.