Squirrel Removal in Richmond BC
Our trained technicians at Westside Pest Control LTD will inspect the attic and every exterior inch of your home or business. Part of our process always involves entry point exclusion to ensure that all potential access points have been sealed so that the squirrels and other rodents are unable to re-enter the home.
If we are unable to determine if the squirrel is out of the structure, we will install a one-way door (kind of like a cat door) which allows the squirrel(s) to leave but not re-enter. The door is then removed and the access point sealed during our follow-up visit.
Think you have more than one squirrel in your attic? Squirrels breed in the spring and sometimes again in late summer or early fall. Call and speak to us about our humane squirrel removal methods.
Squirrels! In Richmond and The Lower Mainland squirrels prefer tree hollows or better yet, the attic in your home!
Common Types Of Squirrels
B.C. has four species of tree squirrels. They feed on seeds, nuts, acorns, tree buds, berries, leaves and twigs. Squirrels gather and store food for later. They help plant distribution by gathering and planting acorns and nuts.
Let’s take a closer look at the rodents so you can identify them and locate the source of infestation:
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How We Keep Squirrels Out Of Your Home
So the scratching stops. When will it start again? Next month? Next year?
Part of our process always involves closing off all potential access points (Entry Point Exclusion). As much as we would love your future business, our goal is to ensure all potential entry points from the roof to the foundation are sealed so that squirrels and other rodents are unable to re-enter your home or building.
In addition to squirrel removal and prevention, we also specialize in complete clean-ups of the affected area.
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Bird feeders are wonderful ways to connect with nature. They are also wonderful ways to keep squirrels and rats happily fed. Not all “squirrel proof” feeders actually prevent squirrels from stealing lunch! Birds are very light. Use feeders that disable access when weight is applied to the feeder, as well as extra large domes on top. Also, a small mesh grid pattern is preferred to help deter squirrels and rats from getting the free meal!