Learn More About How Squirrels, Beavers and Chipmunks can Damage Your Property
Squirrels have 2 litters per year, typically in February or March, and then again in August or September. The spring litter consists of 4 to 6 young ones while the fall litter is normally 3 to 5. Squirrels, who are known for their chewing prowess, will search for entry points into the attic of your home or create an entry point by chewing through the edge of your roof line (just above the gutter, but under the shingles). They will also enter attics and soffits by chewing at joints in the wood siding or by chewing through gable vents, eaves and roof vent screening.
Once in your attic, squirrels, a member of the rodent family, will chew on wiring or wood framing, and will compress the insulation in your attic. Besides the possible fire hazard, and odor involved with squirrel feces and urine, squirrels over time will significantly reduce the R rating of the insulation in your attic.
When you call Absolute Wildlife Removal we will identify the squirrel entry points, install cage traps over those openings, and quickly capture the squirrel or squirrels causing the problem. We will also offer you an estimate to repair the squirrel entry points to prevent future animals from accessing your attic. Our repairs consist of only the strongest squirrel proof materials!
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Absolute Wildlife Removal is a locally owned and operated wildlife and pest removal business serving all of Western Massachusetts and Northern Connecticut.
We specialize in whole house bat removal, raccoon extraction, squirrels, possums, rats, mice, woodchucks, moles, geese, beavers, snakes, skunks, pigeons and much more.
We use humane and environmentally safe methods to remove any wildlife that has become a nuisance to homeowners or commercial establishments.