Pasadena Maryland has a very high population of flying squirrels do to the abundance of large mature trees that are in close range to one another. Many Pasadena residents suffer from lack of sleep because the flying squirrels in the attic are running around throughout the night or the flying squirrels are making scratching noises in the attic throughout the night especially in the winter time. Flying squirrels are a very small nocturnal squirrel and most residents in Pasadena that have flying squirrels in the attic or flying squirrels in the walls thing they have a mouse problem in the attic or a mouse problem in the walls. Flying squirrels will stay in the tree canopy during the spring, summer and early fall however during the cold winter months Anne Arundel County wildlife control experts (443-417-3137) and Anne Arundel County pest control professionals and Pasadena pest control professionals and Pasadena squirrel removal professionals (443-417-3137) receive calls from Pasadena residents asking how I get rid of flying squirrels. Many Pasadena residents are horrified at the fact there can be up to 19 flying squirrels living in the attic at the same time and the females can have two litters of young per year so they hire a Pasadena squirrel control company to resolve their flying squirrel problem before too much damage is done to the roof and attic. Flying squirrel trapping and flying squirrel removal is most likely the only way to stop your flying squirrel problem in the attic. After the flying squirrel trapping and flying squirrel removal process is complete the flying squirrel damage to the roof must be a priority to seal up properly keep flying squirrels out of the attic or to keep flying squirrels out of the walls. It can be difficult keeping flying squirrels out of the attic since they can chew their way into an attic or wall just like a gray squirrel can. Flying squirrels only need a 1 ½ “ inch hole to enter into an attic and they will have multiple holes so you should call professionals that repair flying squirrel damage (443-417-3137) to seal up the hole correctly.