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Squirrel Removal

Most people can agree that squirrels are cute and harmless little critters. However, these bushy-tailed rodents can become quite aggressive if they feel threatened. If squirrels find a way into your home and decide to build their nest there, they can cause some serious damage to the inside of your home. It is important to make sure you call a professional critter removal service like Critter Control® Sarasota as soon as you suspect squirrels have taken up residence in your home.

What’s the Damage?

If left alone, squirrels can rip up the interior of your home and multiply their population in no time. They will enter through small crack or holes located on the exterior of you home and will nest pretty much anywhere, although they love attics the most.

Once inside, they will immediately start building a nest for their young out of attic insulation, wooden structures, and other items they find lying around your home. While looking for nesting material, squirrels will cause extensive damage to your walls, wooden beams, wires, and your belongings. This damage can lead to more problems like a broken A/C unit or fire hazards.

How We Can Help

Although squirrels are not normally aggressive, if they feel cornered they will lash out. That is why we recommend that you leave the squirrel trapping and removal to the experts at Critter Control® Sarasota. Our team of trained wildlife removal professionals are well versed in what it takes to remove a serious squirrel infestation.

When you call us to schedule your free consultation, we’ll take a look at the size and severity of the infestation and figure out the safest and easiest way to remove them. Afterwards, we’ll clean up any damages they may have left, and seal any entry or exit hole they made to ensure they can’t come back.

If you’ve got a squirrel problem that you’re ready to fix, give the experts at Critter Control® Sarasota a call today at 941-355-9511.