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Are squirrels causing your problems?

Most people think of squirrels as cute, harmless creatures thatLangworthy Squirrel Control treatment can be enjoyed from a distance. However, if you have these animals living in your home, you soon realize that they are anything but adorable. Squirrels can be very destructive and may transmit diseases. Therefore, if you have a squirrel problem, it is important to take action as soon as possible. Leaving the issue unresolved will only cause more issues down the line and allow squirrels to reproduce further.

Squirrels are known for their teeth that grow up to 6 inches each and every year, so they have a need to always wear them down once they are in your home. This will firstly include your roof when they are trying to get access, your plumbing pipes causing water damage, your soffits and wooden rafters causing the structure of your home to e significantly weak, and all sorts of cables, most notably electrical wires resulting in fires that could see your home burned to the ground.

Langworthy Squirrel Trapping can help get rid of these pestsLangworthy Squirrel Trapping Squirrel Control treatment Grey Squirrel control quickly and efficiently. We have years of experience in dealing with squirrels and know the best ways to eliminate them. Langworthy Squirrel Pest Control also offers Squirrel Control to help prevent them from coming back.

Factual information about grey squirrels 

When people think of grey squirrels, they typically envision an animal that is only a small bit bigger than the average housecat. Sadly, this isn't the case. Males are slightly larger than females, and their tails can measure up to 56 cm (22 inches). If you're not sure about which species it is, take a peek at its teeth! Grey squirrels have two pairs--the eye teeth and incisors on top; one pair of molars below.

Squirrels can spread a number of diseases, the most common of which is salmonella. They can transmit this disease through their saliva, and it can contaminate food sources. They can also spread leptospirosis, a bacterial infection that causes fever, muscle pain, and red eyes. In addition, these bacteria can contaminate water sources.

Langworthy Squirrel Pest ControlDifferent squirrels communicate with each other in different ways. Their vocalizations, such as chirps, squeaks, and chatters, and their body language, such as tail position and facial expressions, communicate with each other. They also use scent markings to leave messages for other squirrels.

Squirrels typically eat a variety of things, depending on the species. Some species eat mostly nuts, while others eat a variety of items, including insects, fruit, and seeds. Squirrels that cache food typically bury it in the ground so that they can come back to it later.

In order to obtain tree sap, squirrels strip bark from trees. This can have a negative impact on the ecosystem, as they will stunt a tree's growth or even kill it. In addition, this can cause problems for the tree, as it needs its bark to protect it from pests and diseases.

As with any other home repair or invasion, it is important to choose the right company when dealing with squirrels. Many people try to take care of the problem themselves with do-it-yourself products from the hardware store, but this is often Langworthy Squirrel Trapping Squirrel Control treatmentineffective and can lead to even more damage as squirrels become more and more acclimated to human presence in their territory. Hiring a professional like Langworthy Squirrel Pest Control, who understands squirrel behaviour and has extensive experience trapping and removing these pests, is your best bet for getting rid of squirrels quickly and minimizing damage. 

--DIY Squirrel Removal Products Can Cause More Damage: If you have determined that you do indeed have a squirrel infestation, resist the urge to buy DIY removal and call Langworthy Squirrel Trapping.