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Are Squirrels Causing You Problems

Grey squirrels have established populations outside of theirSeedley Squirrel Control treatment Grey Squirrel control native range in the UK, which makes them an invasive species. There are several reasons why this can be problematic, including the fact that these animals can harm both the environment and humans. Seedley Squirrel Trapping is a company that specializes in trapping and getting rid of grey squirrels on your property.

The damages

The most common damage that grey squirrels cause to homes is the destruction of roofing and attic insulation in order to build their nests. They will also chew on wiring, which can create a fire hazard, and gnaw on wooden beams and furniture. In addition, grey squirrels can carry fleas and ticks, which can infest your home and pets. If you have a garden or grow your food, they can destroy crops and flowers. There are also risks of contracting diseases from grey squirrels. They are also capable of weakening your property structure due to them excessively gnawing on wooden beams.

Seedley Squirrel Control treatmentIf you have been experiencing problems with squirrels on your property, you are not alone. Not only can they steal food from bird feeders and gardens, but they can also cause extensive damage within your property. If you have grey squirrels on your property, it is crucial to contact Seedley Squirrel Pest Control for safe removal. Our experts are capable of handling any problem. We will work to ensure that the squirrels are removed safely and effectively.

How do squirrels enter your home?

One way that squirrels can get inside your home is through the roof. It is easy for them to climb up the side of your house and get into the attic or crawlspace. Another way that squirrels can get inside your home is through holes in the walls or foundation that they will make. If you have a chimney, they may use that to get in. The easiest way to keep squirrels from getting into your home is to seal all entrances with metal flashing or wire mesh and contact a squirrel control expert for help.

Why are squirrels nesting in your home?

One of the main reasons squirrels nest in homes is becauseSeedley Squirrel Control treatment Squirrel Control treatment they are looking for a safe place to raise their young. However, squirrels may also be attracted to your property because of the food that is available there. They are smart enough to know that the inside of your home is safer than the outside, where predators lurk. A squirrel's diet consists of many different foods as they are omnivores. They mainly eat nuts, seeds, fruits, and mushrooms. However, they will also eat insects, bird eggs, and small rodents. Easy access and an abundance of these foods will attract squirrels to your property.

Mating season

Female squirrels typically breed twice a year, during the late winter and early summer months, and give birth to litters of 3-5 young. Squirrel babies remain with their mothers for about eight weeks, during which time the mother teaches them how to find food whilst avoiding danger.

Description of a Grey Squirrel

The grey squirrel is a medium-sized rodent introduced in the 1890s in the United Kingdom. They have a characteristic grey fur, around 18-24 inches in length. They have a bushy tail, and they weigh about 500 grams. Grey squirrels have large ears and sharp teeth. Contacting Seedley Squirrel Trapping can help you remove grey squirrels from your property.

It is vital to contact an expert like Seedley Squirrel Pest Control Seedley Squirrel Control treatmentas soon as you notice a squirrel infestation in your home or business. Do not try to deal with the problem using do-it-yourself methods. These products often don't work and can make the situation worse. A delay in addressing the problem could result in extensive damage as well as costly repairs, which is why we recommend contacting us immediately.