Squirrel Removal Services

All About Animals NC
The Humane Wildlife Removal Company

Squirrel Removal Services

About Our Squirrel Removal Services

All About Animals For Your Squirrel Removal Needs:

If you are concerned about noises coming from your attic or walls and suspect there might be a squirrel family or squirrels on your property, call All About Animals NC to schedule an inspection.

One of the most adaptable mammals is the squirrel. There are many species of squirrels throughout North America, but the gray squirrel is the most common.

All About Animals NC provides full-service wildlife management in North and South Carolina. We are experts in managing urban and suburban wildlife damage for residential and commercial customers. We can handle almost all aspects of wildlife management and we resolve conflicts between humans and wildlife in a professional and humane manner. Give us a call to schedule an appointment for pest control. We are looking forward to hearing from your!

A squirrel can often chew through wires in houses. Many house fires are caused by squirrels and other rodents. Please call if you find a squirrel in the attic. Your attic space can also be damaged by a squirrel. Although squirrels are often thought to be cute, they can also cause serious damage to your home and business. Squirrels have been known to enter buildings through open chimneys and dryer vents. They also like unscreened attic vents.

All About Animals NC will help you get rid of squirrel problems by humane trapping and relocation. The guarantee repair work will ensure a permanent solution. We may need to remove saturated insulation or fecal matter in extreme cases. Ask about our attic deoderization and cleanup services.

How to Get Rid Of Squirrels:

All About Animals NC is a leading wildlife control company for squirrel removal. We use humane and efficient strategies to eliminate squirrel problems and prevent them coming back. Our squirrel control services are permanent so that you can be sure that squirrels will not return to your property or business.

How To Tell If you Need To Get Rid of Squirrels:

The following questions will help you determine if squirrels need to be removed from your home or surrounding buildings:

  1. Is there a sound in the walls or ceilings?
  2. These noises could be described as scratching/scurrying. Are these noises heard in the early morning?
  3. Do you see chewed holes in the walls? Are there any gaps in siding, gutters, or construction trim?
  4. Is there more squirrels around the building than usual?

These are just a few of the questions that you should ask All About Animals NC. They can help you evaluate your squirrel situation and offer advice on how to eliminate them.

How Can You Get Rid of Squirrels?

Trapping squirrels is the best way to get rid of them. All About Animals NC will place traps around your building and monitor for entry points. Once they are caught, we will release them. We will inspect your traps daily so that you don’t have squirrels in your traps. We believe that squirrel removal should be a humane and humane process. Therefore, we won’t leave squirrels in traps for more than is necessary. We have the training and experience to remove squirrels.

What sets All About Animals NC apart from other wildlife control firms? Our commitment to squirrel control. We will not only get rid of all squirrels from your house, but we will also fix any damage caused by squirrels in a professional and permanent way. We don’t just put a piece of wood over a hole. We will ensure that the squirrels are removed effectively and match the structure of your home.

Squirrel Damage and Damage Identification

Sometimes, forest trees may be damaged by squirrels chewing bark off branches and trunks. Pine squirrels can damage Ponderosa pine, Jack pine and paper Birch. Fox squirrels can also damage loblolly pines and other pines in the Southeast. If homeowners don’t know how squirrels can be removed from their homes, they might become frustrated.

Squirrels can sometimes be found in residential areas and travel along power lines, shorting out transformers. They chew on wires and enter buildings to build nests in attics. They chew through pipes used for maple syrup production.

Sometimes, squirrels can damage lawns by digging up or searching for nuts. Squirrels will chew bark or clip twigs from ornamental trees and shrubbery in yards. Squirrels will often eat food intended for birds. They may chew to expand the openings of birdhouses and then enter to feed nestling songbirds. Even though they are small enough for most bird houses, flying squirrels will often eat nesting birds. These are all reasons to contact someone who knows how to eliminate squirrels.

Squirrel Habitat Info:

As a traditional squirrel, oak trees are a place where he can bear young and find shelter from the elements, food, and escape predators. A squirrel will however take full advantage of the shelter offered by humans in crawl spaces and attics. We can help if you become a victim to a squirrel living in your attic.

Over a large part of their range, squirrels live in the same types of forests as other species, whether they are hardwood or coniferous. Gray squirrels are more common in areas with high forest cover. Gray squirrel and fox populations might be equal in areas with less than 10% forest cover. Fox squirrels prefer oak and hickory habitats over most of their range, particularly in the West. Pine timber seems to be the preferred habitat for fox squirrels in Florida and Georgia. The western gray squirrel likes conifers, mixed hardwoods, and dry open hardwoods. The Ponderosa pine is strongly associated with the tassel-eared squirrel. Pine squirrels are primarily found in coniferous forests, but they can also be found in mixed hardwood and coniferous forests.

Squirrel Food Habits:

Gray squirrels and fox have similar food habits. They can eat many native foods and are quick to adapt to new food sources. They eat mostly wild tree fruits and nuts in the fall and winter. Fall favorites include acorns, hickory nuts, walnuts and osage orange fruit. Many nuts can be saved for later use. They prefer tree buds in late winter and early spring. They eat fruits, berries and succulent plant materials in summer. When available, they eat fungi, corn, as well as cultivated fruits. These squirrels will chew bark from many trees during peak population, or when food is scarce. They also enjoy eating insects and other animal matter.

Pine squirrels are dependent on coniferous forests to get cones and buds. However, they will also eat other foods that are similar to the diet of gray and fox squirrels. For food, Douglas squirrels rely heavily on Ponderosa Pine. Flying squirrels eat similar food habits to other squirrels. They are however the most carnivorous tree squirrels. When they are available, they eat nestlings and bird eggs, as well as insects and other animal matter. Bluebird houses are a common place for flying squirrels.

Contact All About Animals NC today to learn more about our Squirrel Removal services and set your appointment with us!

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