When you need squirrel removal in Atlanta, you can count on the unparalleled experience of Peachtree Pest Control company for squirrel trapping and squirrel removal. We have an entire division dedicated to controlling wildlife problems, and we have been providing homeowners and business owners alike with fast and humane wildlife control services for over 40 years.
Squirrels as well as other wild animals, such as raccoons, opossums, skunks, coyotes, snakes, beavers, or armadillos, can become a big problem for humans. Whether they are using our buildings as a source for food, water, or shelter, destroying lawns and shrubs, or attacking our pets, these wildlife can quickly become an issue that needs swift and immediate attention.
Squirrels are often found making themselves at home in places like the attic. In the spring, mother squirrels are in search of a safe and sheltered place to call home for their babies. Your attic can easily become the preferred choice for squirrels to make a nest. If you feel like your home is infested with squirrels, call Peachtree squirrel removal experts for help!
Atlanta residents should never attempt trapping or removing this kind of wildlife on their own. Highly territorial and notoriously fast, these small rodents can actually become a danger to someone inexperienced in squirrel trapping. Being bitten by a squirrel is a serious matter. As they transmit diseases like Tularemia and Plague, squirrels pose a risk to your and your family’s health. The fact is that most of the wildlife that come in contact with humans can cause illness or injury, therefore only qualified professionals should handle these animals.
Peachtree Pest Control team of wildlife professionals specializes in squirrels removal from house, from attic or from chimney, relocating them to a new environment, and then releasing them into the wild. All in the most humane and safe way!
As a part of our squirrel removal and repair service for Atlanta and the nearby areas, we also amend your house structures, which may include your attic in order to make them less appealing habitats for these animals.