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squirrel removal

Critter Control® of Cape Cod has extensive experience with squirrel-related issues, and we believe in finding humane solutions for squirrel removal. Squirrels can be some of the most troublesome home invaders, and it is important to adequately assess the damage that they have done, what parts of the home are affected, and how best to resolve the issues.

Squirrels build nests, and when they invade a house or building, that is usually their primary intention. Squirrels will destroy insulation, wiring, and walls to create their homes, and once they reproduce, a family of squirrels can wreak havoc in a home.

If you’re hearing noises in the walls or from your attic during the daytime, you probably have a squirrel issue; they are most active during daylight hours.

It is usually easy to spot the main entrance the squirrel or squirrels will use to gain entry to a building. The first step should be to seal any other potential exits they may have and leave only the largest, most accessible one. There are one-way doors that we can install over such holes, making it impossible for the squirrels to re-enter once they exit through the hole. Any secondary exits should be covered by traps or sealed completely.

Once the squirrels are removed, we may begin the repair process. Squirrels can inflict a vast amount of damage to attics, walls, soffits, and wiring, so act quickly once you start hearing scurrying little paws in your walls.

A squirrel nest usually results in torn up insulation, or walls, or holes chewed in other structures. Droppings and urine are also a health hazard, and they must be properly cleaned and sterilized.

Poisons and repellents are often ineffective in dealing with squirrel invasions. The best thing to do is seek trained professionals whom have extensive experience dealing with squirrels and the problems they can cause.

Critter Control® of Cape Cod can address your squirrel removal needs. Contact Us or call to get in touch with us to discuss your options.


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