Scratching noises coming from the attic in the early morning hours are waking Gaithersburg Maryland residents up way before their alarm clocks are. Many residents call Gaithersburg pest control or Gaithersburg exterminators thinking that they have a mouse problem or rat problem however the critters making noise in the attic are actually gray squirrels and the homeowner needs a Gaithersburg squirrel removal professional (240-599-6815) not a Gaithersburg pest control company or Gaithersburg exterminator. Squirrel damage is much different than the damage caused by mice or rats. Squirrels generally enter attic spaces through entry holes they create around the rooftop. Squirrels will chew holes through fascia boards about the gutter or they will enter through gable vents, attic ventilation outlets, soffit boards, dormer pockets, and more. Mice and rats will occasionally enter homes around the rooftop however it is more common for them to enter around the foundation of the home. So Gaithersburg pest control professionals or Gaithersburg exterminators are not trained to properly identify and resolve problems such as squirrels living in the attic or squirrels living in the chimney.
On December 4, 2014, Gaithersburg squirrel control professionals (240-599-6815) conducted a humane live capture squirrel trapping and squirrel control campaign in the 800 block of Jonker Ct, Gaithersburg, MD 20878 for a five day time period. By the end of the third day of the squirrel removal campaign, they trapped 8 gray squirrels. After the Gaithersburg squirrel trappers completed the squirrel trapping they repaired the squirrel damage including the holes that the squirrels chewed through the roof to prevent other wildlife control problems from happening in the future. To get started with Mid Atlantic Wildlife Control for our squirrel removal services for your Gaithersburg home, 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.