Squirrel Control & Squirrel Removal in Oregon
Critter Control has the most effective methods for getting rid of squirrels in Oregon and can help you with any squirrel removal problem in Oregon. We use only ecologically safe squirrel control systems that will get rid of your squirrel problems and prevent them from recurring.
Squirrels can be pesky critters when it comes to taking over your property, including your trees, your yard and sometimes even your home or business in Oregon. At Critter Control in Oregon, we can implement effective squirrel control strategies that will eliminate your squirrel problems and keep those nuisance animals away!
Tree squirrels are rodents with large bushy tails, and are native to Europe, Asia and the Americas. Tree squirrels are found in forest areas throughout most of the United States. Many species have adapted well to suburban and city life. Occasionally, these squirrels enter buildings and cause damage or disturbance. The most common species that become pests are the gray squirrel, red squirrel, flying squirrel, and fox squirrel.
Tree squirrels usually build their nests in trees. They also may store food and find shelter in attics and garages. Probably the primary way squirrels become pests is by scrambling and scratching inside attics and in wall voids. They may travel on power lines and short out transformers, and they like to gnaw on wires. In fact, our most frequent service calls involve removing squirrels in attics.
Ground squirrels and chipmunks occasionally become pests when they burrow around building foundations or in lawns, golf courses or gardens. Squirrel control methods are usually only required in severe infestations. If the infestation is severe, Critter Control may use lethal methods of control, such as rodenticides, non-lethal control methods, such as trapping and habitat modification, or a combination of methods to effectively get rid of the squirrel problem.
Squirrel Damage Prevention and Control Methods to Get Rid of Squirrels in Oregon
Get Rid of Squirrels in Oregon Through Exclusion:
Step one in eliminating a squirrel problem in a building is to find out where the squirrels are entering. Remember that squirrels will be coming and going each day.
Cultural Methods and Habitat Modification to Get Rid of Squirrels in Oregon:
Remove selected trees or their branches to prevent access to structures.
Get Rid of Squirrels in Oregon with Repellents:
Naphthalene (moth balls), Ro-pel, capsaicin, and polybutenes are registered for controlling tree squirrels.
Trapping Squirrels in Oregon:
Live trapping with box or wire traps can be used to remove one or a few squirrels from a building.
It is very common for squirrels to enter attics through small holes in the construction of roofs in homes and businesses Oregon. Generally, very little damage is caused by squirrels in the attic, unless there is a high population of squirrels in the attic. Sometimes, squirrels can reposition themselves down into walls from the attic, which can then lead to other animal control problems in your Oregon home or office. The most common way to identify if squirrels have entered your attic or other areas of your home or business is by noise.
The professionals at Critter Control in Oregon have the most effective squirrel removal and squirrel control methods to get rid of squirrels in attics, garages and homes. Contact Critter Control to help get rid of squirrels from attics or from other areas of the home, as it can sometimes be a process to remove squirrels from the attic. Critter Control uses only humane squirrel trapping techniques that are environmentally friendly and ecologically safe to remove squirrels from attics Oregon. Once the squirrels in the attic have been removed, Critter’s professionals can then identify the point of entry and repair this area.
If you have been hearing scratching sounds from your attic and think you may have squirrels in the attic, Critter Control in Oregon can help! Contact your local Critter Control office for professional squirrel removal services Oregon today at 1-800-CRITTER.