They're Cute Yet Vicious
Have you ever taken a stroll through the park or looked outside of your window to find squirrels chewing on nuts or climbing tree branches?
This is a normal occurrence as these animals normally will try to steer clear of humans at every opportunity.
Some of us even find these creatures to be adorable little fuzz balls.
But looks can be deceiving...
They've Crossed Their Boundaries
Normally humans don't feel threatened by squirrels, however when they cross their boundaries, this can lead to a different story.
During most times of the year, squirrels will enter homes or attics through an existing hole or even chew their way in through the vents, causing damage. You'll likely see this happen during the winter seasons as squirrels need warmth for hibernation or protection from the cold.
If you find that you have a squirrel invasion, be careful. Squirrels are territorial and become aggressive when they feel their young or their territory is threatened by a predator or another squirrel.
If you wish to handle these animals without the risks of an attack, then its best to take a safer route.
We'll Help You Chase Them Out
A lot of damage can come as a result to a squirrel invasion such as:
- Damaged Insulation
- Strong Odor
- Chewed Walls
- Chewed Wiring
- Fire Hazards
In order to prevent these damages, you'll need to take the proper steps for the safety of you, your family or your business.
Phoenix Pest Management & Wildlife Control is specially trained in handling all types of rodents; squirrels included! We can remove the squirrels from all areas of your home or business and provide warranty and prevention plan to ensure your property is 100% squirrel-proofed.
You'll Have Your Property Back
We know how to safely capture and relocate squirrels back into their treetops. Meanwhile, you will have your home or business back, safe and sound.
Simultaneously, you'll also have the necessary repairs done to ensure your security within your home or business.
The only places you'll ever see a squirrel again is within your local parks, sidewalks or backyard, and those are the areas where we enjoy seeing them!