It is a bad idea for you to feed the squirrels. Once they have associated your yard with food, squirrels won't want to leave. In the fall squirrels will store food for winter. Often times in autumn, our customers call with noises in the attic or walls to find squirrels are digging holes in their soffit or fascia, or even climbing up the corners of their vinyl siding.
It is important to keep squirrels out of your attic. They can create quite a mess in a short amount of time. Squirrels can chew electrical wiring, and contaminate insulation with their waste. The holes a squirrel digs into your home today could lead to other animals as well as water damaging your home further.
Call us at 877-264-3638 immediately if you have noises in your attic or walls, or suspect squirrels are gaining entry into your home.
Our technicians, once on location, will do an inspection for entry points, and trap squirrels that are in your home, while preventing further entry.
Don't provide an easy food source for squirrels in your yard. Keep fallen nuts (acorns, walnuts) picked up as much as possible, and guard bird feeders against squirrels eating the seeds. Often times squirrels will stuff their mouth with as many seeds as possible and go directly into a homeowner's attic to store the food, and come right back for more.
We have technicians on standby to take your call in most every place in Indiana and Southern Michigan. From Union Pier, Gary, South Bend, Fort Wayne, Kokomo, Lafayette, Indianapolis, Terre Haute, and everywhere in between, AAC's techs have the experience to help you with trapping squirrels.
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