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Squirrel Removal Tips: Squirrel Dens & Houses

A Squirrel House to Avoid Squirrel Removal

Prevent the Need of Squirrel Removal with Squirrel Houses

Squirrels nest in trees, chimneys, attics, and any place they can find protection from predators and the elements. Did you know, however, that they will also inhabit birdhouses and eat from bird feeders?

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Squirrel Removal from Your Chimney

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Squirrel Removal: Squirrel or Raccoon Trapped in Your Chimney

Chimneys are dry, warm, and safe places for nuisance animals to make their homes. Raccoons and squirrels have no problem getting onto your roof and into your chimney unless you installed a chimney cap.

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Winter Diligence Helps Prevent the Need for Animal Removal

Animal Removal for Squirrels in Winter

Animal Removal Tips: Stay Diligent in Winter

Humans aren’t the only creature dedicated to staying warm and comfortable during the winter. Squirrels, raccoons, and other smaller animals wish to find a cozy place to hibernate during the winter months. Your house happens to be a warm, comfortable spot. Before you need to call an animal removal service like Animal Remover, you can try to prevent animals from calling your house their home in the first place.

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Wildlife Control: Key Components of a Property Animal Inspection

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What to Expect During a Wildlife Control Property Inspection

Our professional wildlife control specialists perform countless property inspection each year to assist clients in assessing current damage, finding solutions, and putting those solutions into action. If you’ve never had a property inspection, it’s natural to wonder what the process entails.

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Wildlife Control: What is Digging in My Yard?

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Wildlife Control Tips: How to Tell What Kind of Animal is Living in Your Yard

The progression is usually a slow one. You wake up one morning and notice a small lump of dirt and grass near your garden. It's a quick easy fix, so you just use your foot to push it back into the ground where it belongs.

A few days later, while mowing your lawn, you notice several humps of dirt bulging up from beneath the earth. You haven’t noticed them before, which is strange, but you simply run over them with the lawnmower for now, convincing yourself that you’ll come back out later to fix the yard up.

Weeks pass and before you know it, your landscaping has taken a major hit with uprooted plant bulbs, small dirt hills protruding from any and all corners of your yard, there are huge piles of seed shells at the bases of all your birdfeeders, and you’re pretty sure you’ve seen more squirrels in the past several weeks than you’ve ever seen before.

At this point, it’s safe to say you have a nuisance animal problem. Recruiting the help of a professional wildlife control company like Animal Remover can not only help you find a short-term solution, rather, we’ll help you with a long-term, permanent solution, so you don’t have to deal with this again.

If you’ve had a similar experience as the one above but you’re unsure about what nuisance animal you’re dealing with, our wildlife control professionals are happy to help. Here’s a quick run-through of digging habits you can expect to see with various nuisance animals.

  • Moles: These nuisance animals are notorious for leaving large mounds of dirt all over. They can best be described as dirt volcanoes.

  • Squirrels: Squirrels like to dig small holes to hide their nuts and this often results in property damage. You’ll most likely be able to tell if you have a squirrel problem because you’ll see them scurrying around digging, scaring away songbirds, and burying seeds in your yard.

  • Groundhogs: Groundhogs dig their burrows next to sheds, porches, or near the foundation of your home. If you notice one (or many) large holes in the ground with dirt surrounding the outer edges, you might be dealing with a groundhog.

  • Snakes: Snakes often leave small, rounded holes in yards and gardens. They will frequently slither in and out of them too.

If you notice any irregular types of dirt mounds, holes, hills or protruding mounds of grass in your yard, it would be wise to consult with a professional wildlife control company like Animal Remover. We can help you by diagnosing the problem and providing  clear-cut, effective solutions to help you regain control over your own property again.

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If you’re tired of dealing with mounds of dirt and holes all over your yard, it’s time to call in the professionals. Contact our wildlife control technicians by phone at 513-324-9453 or fill out our online contact form.

Wildlife Control: How Chipmunks Cause Damage to Your Home

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Chipmunk Wildlife Control: Signs of Damage

If we’re being completely honest with ourselves, chipmunks aren’t the first threat we think of when we think about animals damaging our home. In terms of nuisance animals, we are much more likely to consider raccoons, moles, bats, or geese the likely culprit.

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Wildlife Control: What are Bat Excluders?

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How Bat Excluders Provide Effective Wildlife Control Services

If you happen to hear fluttering or scratching in your home, you may have a few bats living in your attic. Although bats, in small numbers, do not pose much of a danger, you will still want to contact wildlife control services to safely and effectively remove the animals.

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Wildlife Control: The Benefits of Chimney Caps

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Wildlife Control: Why Install a Chimney Cap?

Although a fireplace is a wonderful addition to your home, especially in the cold winter months, it provides easy access to many nuisance animals such as birds, squirrels, and raccoons. All of these animals can be very dangerous to you, your home, your loved ones, and your pets.

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Is Wildlife Control Trapping Humane?

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How Harmful is Wildlife Control Trapping to Animals?

When a nuisance animal has invaded your home, yard, or neighborhood, many people are reluctant to contact wildlife control services because they fear how the animal will be treated and removed. People are concerned for the wellbeing of the animal and fear that wildlife control services may harm the nuisance animal.

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Wildlife Control Tips: Cleaning Your Attic from Animal Droppings

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Wildlife Control Advice: How to Safely Remove Animal Feces from Your Attic

Oftentimes, if an animal has invaded your home, you will likely find animal droppings in your kitchen, bathroom, garage, or attic. This unpleasant sight is very common and requires immediate cleanup to ensure the safety of you, your loved ones, and your pets.

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