Northern Virginia Squirrel Removal. It is that time of year again, are you hearing noises in the attic? Scratching in the attic? Are squirrels the culprit, using your house as their own personal playground? As the weather gets cold the squirrels will begin to chew into attics and other places around your home for multiple reasons. Some are just looking for a place to get out of the weather and stay warm, but the female squirrels are also looking for areas to build nest for their young that will be born in a couple of months, it is best to perform the squirrel removal before birthing season. Yet we find some Northern Virginia Squirrels just enjoy annoying people with their shenanigans. Whatever the case may be, we are your premier Northern Virginia Squirrel Removal company.
Northern Virginia Squirrel Removal is more complicated than simply fixing a hole. What if you were to fix a hole with the squirrel still inside, or sometimes the squirrel will try and chew around the patch job. That is why we always remove the culprit squirrels in attic first then clean up their damage if necessary and repair the entry point. We us heavy gauge medal, painted to match, to repair the entry points that the squirrels chewed, that way squirrels can not gain entry in the future. We can also squirrel proof you entire home, fixing all potential squirrel holes on the house.
There are a few simple steps to do around your house that will help prevent getting squirrels in the attic. These include trimming trees back at least 10 feet from the house and removing bird seed or other food sources that are in close proximity to the house. Even if you do not need Northern Virginia squirrel removal yet, you can give us a call for a full home wildlife inspection, we check from top to bottom, inside and out to make sure there are no possible wildlife entry points. If there are any problem areas, then we can fix these spots and do offer a warranty that wildlife will not get back in. Call Jesse James Critter Gitters for all of your squirrel removal needs across all of Northern Virginia.