Throughout the fall and winter months many residents in Bethesda, Maryland contact Montgomery County Wildlife Experts asking “how do I get squirrels out of my attic”. In some cases squirrel trapping and squirrel proofing the roof line (fascia boards and soffits) is necessary. The most effective way is to contact the Bethesda squirrel control experts at 202-557-1443. The Bethesda squirrel removal experts will identify the squirrel problem and humanely resolve your squirrel infestation. Bethesda Maryland squirrel control experts and wildlife removal experts recently removed ten squirrels from a home on Edgemoor Lane, Bethesda, MD 20814. . The squirrel damage was extensive and the fascia boards had to be replaced. Many older homes like this one that are in communities with a lot of large trees will have squirrel infestations problems. Bethesda Maryland families love to enjoy watching wildlife like gray squirrels play in the front yard however squirrels in the attic can create a fire hazard by gnawing on electrical wiring in the attic. To read an article about the experience two different men had with squirrel damage and squirrels causing their house to burn down visit http://www.mikeholt.com/mojonewsarchive/USEI-HTML/HTML/AttackoftheSquirrels-Responses~20020723.htm. To learn more about the fire hazards squirrels create in Bethesda Maryland visit. You can also visit the Bethesda Fire Department, 6600 Wisconsin Ave., Chevy Chase, MD 20815 or call them at their non-emergency number 301-652-5602. The professionals at Mid Atlantic Wildlife Control are trained to humanely handle most wildlife situations in the Bethesda and surrounding Montgomery County areas. Our technicians use only the most humane techniques and methods when removing and controlling wildlife and your Bethesda home. To get started with Mid Atlantic Wildlife Control for squirrel prevention, call us today at 443-417-3137 or visit our online contact page. We are available, so never hesitate to call. We are also available on weekends and holidays as well. Follow Mid Atlantic Wildlife Control today on Google+, Pinterest, Twitter, and Facebook.