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Professional Malpas Grey Squirrel Control
The grey squirrel is commonly seen bounding across lawns, climbing trees and searching for nuts, and they are one of the most distinctive animals found in UK gardens, owing to their bushy tail and cute appearance.
But squirrels have another side to them; they can cause damage to properties, spread fleas and adversely affect other wildlife such as birds. For these reasons, it’s important to call the Malpas grey squirrel control professionals at Young’s Pest Control to manage population numbers and remove any squirrels from your property.
Facts about the squirrel
Their memory allows them to bury nuts for storage through the winter and return to them later on. In the absence of nuts, squirrels will feed on fruits and seeds.
Damage grey squirrels can cause
To prevent their incisors from growing too long, squirrels will, like all rodents, gnaw at their environment to wear them down, which presents a problem when these rodents gain access to a property; they will chew at wooden beams and wires, causing damage and the risk of fire.
Squirrels also carry fleas that can be passed on to pets in the garden, so it’s necessary to control the squirrel numbers to solve any flea problems.
The signs of grey squirrel control issues
However, it’s not as simple as to catch and dispatch squirrels, and Malpas grey squirrel control should be called to guarantee the expert trapping and humane killing of this rodent.
Why it’s best to call Malpas grey squirrel removal.
• It’s more cost-effective to use Young’s Pest Control services rather than purchasing cages to carry out your own treatment because there is no guarantee that the money you spend on these cages will get the job done - the knowledge of where to place them is also required.
• Another reason for calling squirrel removal is that our Malpas grey squirrel control experts have the experience to guarantee the humane dispatch of all squirrels they catch, which is permitted by law.