Homeowners in Fulton are constantly looking for ways to protect their property from damage. This could be damage from strangers, weather, or wildlife. As the weather gets colder, squirrels will become more active throughout the state, including Fulton. While squirrels may not seem like a major threat to your Fulton home, they can cause serious damage to your property if left unattended. Squirrel infestation prevention is your first line of defense against squirrel damage to your Fulton home. There are simple and easy ways to prevent squirrels from entering your home and causing major damage to your property.
Squirrel Infestation Prevention
- Examine your home for gaps or openings where squirrels could gain access inside. Use mesh wiring to close the gaps to prevent them from entering.
- Check your fencing for gaps as well. Mesh wiring can also work with your fencing.
- Check your attic for holes or gaps.
- Cut down tree branches that reach the roof of your home. Squirrels can run across branches to reach your roof, causing damage.
- If you have wires that run to your roof or attic, cover them with plastic piping. The smooth piping will prevent squirrels from running across to gain access to your home.
- Use mesh wiring to enclose tree trunks in your yard. This will prevent squirrels from climbing the trees and causing damage.
Mid Atlantic Wildlife Control
If your squirrel infestation prevention steps have failed and you find squirrels have entered your home, never panic. Simply call the professionals at Mid Atlantic Wildlife Control. Our technicians have been trained by the top named professionals within the animal control industry. We will use humane exclusion and trapping techniques to remove the animals from your Fulton home. We will also help identify damage caused by the squirrels as well as implement new squirrel infestation prevention techniques. Need help with squirrel infestation prevention? Do you suspect squirrel activity in your Fulton home? Call Mid Atlantic Wildlife Control today at 443-417-3137 or visit our online contact page. Follow Mid Atlantic Wildlife Control today on Google+, Pinterest, Twitter, and Facebook.