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Squirrel Removal, Exclusion & Cleanup 2016-12-23T22:47:52+00:00

SQUIRREL REMOVAL, EXCLUSION & CLEAN-UP

To get rid of squirrels in your house, attic, walls, or gable vents, call a squirrel removal expert today. 

Most homeowners’ policies do not cover damage caused by squirrels. The faster you call a professional regarding your squirrel problems, the less damage to repair. Save time and money by calling a professional squirrel removal, exclusion and cleanup expert.

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Why do squirrels enter my home?

Squirrels like to live inside warm tight spaces. They go in to have litters of pups and to nest. Squirrels typically stay inside the structure and don’t enter the living space like rats and mice. Animal Proofers specializes in keeping squirrels and rodents out of homes and buildings permanently by Animal Proofing (exclusion) the holes and gaps in the structure to keep them from getting back in.


We trap and or use a one-way exit valve to get the squirrels out of your home and seal all entry points. We offer cleanout, if necessary. We vacuum out all soiled insulation and droppings, apply antibacterial odor digester and reinsulate areas.

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Squirrels are one of the most common nuisance wildlife problems in the United States

Gray squirrels are the most common type of squirrel in the South Eastern United States and are a huge animal pest control problem in Georgia. Gray squirrels are diurnal which means they are most active during the daylight hours.

Flying squirrels are nocturnal and are active all night up until daylight hrs. Flying squirrels are smaller than Gray squirrels but do just as much damage to your home and are equally as loud inside your attic and ceiling. Squirrels become a problem when they start to enter your home or building through open gaps in the structure or chew holes in the wood facia, soffit, or siding. After they have an entry point, you will start hearing scurrying, scratching, and chewing. You will hear flying squirrels in the attic, ceiling, and walls making noise at night. They are loud enough to keep you awake at night and are very annoying not to mention destructive to your home.

Similarly, Gray squirrels, can enter through attics, ceilings, walls, and gain access to your house. You will start hearing chewing, scampering, digging, and scratching in these areas. However, if you are experiencing these noises in the daylight up until dark, your squirrel problem is Gray squirrels.

All squirrels constantly chew wood, plastic, and rubber to file their teeth keeping them sharp and strong. They destroy your wood internally and externally and chew wiring that could cause a fire.

Squirrels urinate and drop feces all over the nesting areas which most likely is your attic. They will soil your insulation, and this eventually can cause damage or health concerns you breath in the toxic fumes. Squirrels can also bring in fleas or ticks from outside.

Save time and money by calling a professional squirrel removal, exclusion and clean up expert today.

How to identify entry points where squirrels enter a home?

You cannot always see the entry points from looking outside from the ground. Most of the time, it takes tall ladders to climb and get a closer look like technicians from Animal Proofers will do.  Sometimes you can see the entry points just standing on the ground looking at the house. You might see a chew hole in the wood around a power line that enters the side of a gable, a chew hole in a soffit or eave, or a chew hole close to the gutter on facia board.  Squirrels leave dirt and oil marks around and entry point if they been using it long enough from the oils rubbing off their fur.  Chew holes and oil marks are a clear indication of an infestation and will only get worse, if untreated.

Save time and money by calling a professional squirrel removal, exclusion and clean up expert.

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