How do squirrels get into your attic?Squirrels get into your homes and attics, by chewing round holes threw your siding, soffits, and aluminum or metal flashing. They also get into your home through the Gable vents of the structure. Our Wildlife Control Specialist, seal off all of the entry points, and install a one-way safety exit tunnel to exclude them from your home. Call today, to schedule your free Attic inspection, a $149.00 value!
Mice in your home is a serious health hazard, and demands immediate attention! It’s actually not that difficult to tell if you have mice. When you open your kitchen drawers, you will see rodent (mice) droppings in your silverware drawer, gross!!! Below is a picture of mice droppings. What we do for mice in the kitchen is – set traps, and complete a crawlspace, or basement Exclusion. This includes the process of sealing ALL gaps, cracks, holes, and vents, so the mice can not get back into your home. We then come back, remove & replace the mice traps, until they are completely gone! Mice can be quite tedious to get rid of, and this is definitely not a do it yourself project. Our Trappers are standing by, to take your call!
If your hearing animal noises in the attic at night, you most likely have flying squirrels. You will hear them rolling around, all night – like they’re playing a game of dodgeball! Flying squirrels can be quite tricky to get out on your own, because they’re much smaller then the average grey squirrel. Unlike regular gray squirrels, that chew their way in; flying squirrels are small enough to squeeze their way in through the smallest crack in your roofline. This is not a diy project. Call today to schedule your complimentary attic inspection, a $149.00 value!