Get rid of Squirrel
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Black, grey, and red squirrels are busy rodents. They can move at up to 25 km/h and have up to two litters per year; one in spring and the other at the end of the summer. Squirrels can dig holes in walls and cross into a house, into empty spaces and attics where they will make nests causing a lot of damage and risks to the health of the occupants.
|Capital Wildlife Control’s technicians are trained to identify all the entrance points that squirrels use to get into your house. Using their powerful teeth, squirrels can gnaw wood, aluminium, shingles, and air vents. Squirrels are highly adaptive, so working with specialized technicians to move adults and babies is the least expensive solution. A technician will be able to block all the entrance points to prevent squirrels from coming back and also will be able to help with the process of squirrel removal.|
|Capital Wildlife Control’s strategy is humane, safe and reliable. Part of our interventions are devoted to cleaning and treating all contaminated materials that can cause risks to your health. Once established in the house or if you find squirrel in attic, squirrels can gnaw on electric cables, and build nests out of dry leaves and twigs of up to several feet in size. It is important to professionally remove these nests because squirrels and their nests carry ticks and fleas that can be transmitted to pets and even people living in the home. Our technician will assist and advise you on the best cleaning and squirrel removal strategy to eliminate the rest of the nests and to replace the damaged insulation material. These steps will allow you to get back to a safe and enjoyable home for you and your family.|
Squirrels are rodents which constantly scavenge for food and have many babies, producing two litters per year (in spring and at the end of the summer) with an average of 5 or 6 babies per litter. As a result, squirrels can cause serious damage to buildings and can cause a lot of inconvenience to the spaces they inhabit.