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October 29, 2019
Although a squirrel in the yard can look cute, sometimes just one provokes a homeowner to search out how to get rid of squirrels. Not that tree-rodents in the yard are typically a big problem, but rather that nearby squirrels often turn invasive to your attic, walls, and lifestyle. If you are seeking an immediate solution to an invasive squirrel problem, check out our squirrel removal services Maryland. We are on hand and ready to help right now.
In seeking out dark hideaways, these furry pests sneak in through remarkably small holes, craft up a beautiful nest, and then wreak havoc – be it in the attic or the inside of a wall cavity. Worst of all, if one squirrel in the wrong place can mess up your home, your days, and your nights, how much trouble can come when a family of rodents takes up residence within your primary dwelling.
Let us talk about how you can gain freedom from invasive squirrels.
Before you can start fighting the creature in your attic or walls, you must correctly identify the enemy. The evidence is clear. You hear noisy, see signs of structural damage, smell odors that linger, and refuse to go away. Rodents of some sort, or maybe a family of raccoons, have decided to nest in your Maryland home. Eliminating the problem begins by recognizing the invader or invaders.
Squirrels like daylight and tend to favor a roofline source of entrance and exit. Sometimes confirming a home invasion of squirrels is as simple as watching the eaves of your home during daylight. You may spot one of the troublemakers coming or going. Keep in mind that squirrels typically nest within twenty feet of the entry point into your home.
These furry critters can be dangerous, especially if you disturb a mother on a nest of young squirrels. Rather than taking any chances, why not let our professionals help you get rid of squirrels in your home’s attic, walls, or yard. But if you are DIY type and want to climb up into the attic or down to the crawlspace to see what is up there, here are a few more signs of a home infestation of squirrels:
According to the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention, the 2017 Public Veterinary Medicine “Rabies Surveillance” report declared 4,454 cases of rabies in animals and two examples of rabies in humans. Wild animals accounted for 91 percent of the cases. Bats ran the most frequent events. Raccoons, skunks, and foxes came in line, respectively.
However, according to The Humane Society of the United States, rodents rarely ever carry rabies. Although squirrels do die when attacked by the roundworm brain parasite. Symptoms of the parasite cause a squirrel to behave exactly like a rabid creature.
That does not eliminate all harm from the bite of a squirrel. These critters can chew through metal as well as other materials. They have sharp teeth. The bites are painful, can draw blood, and may require medical treatment. These rodents also carry parasites and diseases that can be transmitted to humans.
If squirrels have invaded your Maryland home, or if these rodents have taken over your front yard or caused any other problems that have you thinking about how to gain freedom from invasive squirrels, the techs here at Mid-Atlantic Wildlife Control can remove them in a safe, humane manner.
Don’t be overrun by rodents. Get a free quote by calling 866.784.8058 now.
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We will repair the damage, seal entry points and offer you advice on keeping the wildlife away from your home for good.
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