Squirrels in the Attic

Squirrel Removal Pro Baltimore

FREE SERVICE:
Baltimore City County Animal Services: (410) 396-4688
Howard County Wildlife Rescue: (410) 418-5402
Maryland Wildlife Commission: 410-221-8838 X108
Baltimore Police Department: (410) 396-2525

FOR HIRE:
Squirrel Removal Pro Baltimore is a professional pest control company that provides nuisance squirrel removal services in Baltimore, MD. We humanely solve conflicts between people and squirrels, most commonly in the attics or walls of homes. We are a full-service nuisance wildlife control company servicing the greater Baltimore region. We provide both residential and commercial services, and are fully licensed and insured in Maryland. In solving pest squirrel conflicts, we utilize a full array of services, from humane trapping and relocation, to squirrel prevention and damage repairs, to dead squirrell removal, attic cleanup, and more. We offer competitive pricing and the best service in Baltimore. Every situation is different, so give us a call at 410-696-7550 now to discuss your wild animal problem, and get a price quote over the phone. We answer our phones 24-7-365, work on weekends, and can usually schedule a same-day or next-day appointment to solve your squirrel problem!

Should I hire a pro or remove squirrels myself
Squirrels are some of the wildlife usually encountered by people. They may seem cute and interesting to watch but not so when they enter your home. Squirrels are very adaptive animals and can nest in any place where they can find food and security. They have to be removed since they create a lot of damage. They can chew through your building structures and wiring. They may carry infections and spread diseases.Removing a squirrel can be done by hiring a professional or by yourself. The choice depends mainly on the level of infestation. A few squirrels entering accidentally can be easily chased away. However if, there is an infestation professional help may be required. Even if you find young baby squirrels nesting it is better to get them removed by experts.

Removing squirrels by yourself
Squirrels coming in can be scared away. Squirrels come mainly if food is easily available. It is important to remove any food source. Any hole or gap in walls must be promptly addressed. Squirrels can easily come in through the smallest gaps. Hence, all holes and gaps must be sealed with steel mesh. Repellents can be used to keep them away.

One way door
A one way door is a humane way to remove squirrels inside. All entry points except the main must be sealed. A one way door is mounted on the main entrance hole. This allows squirrels to exit from inside but not come in. After all the squirrels have left this entry is also sealed.

Trapping
Squirrels are not easy to trap. Trapping is not legal in many places. If trapping is done proper relocation 10-15 miles away must be done.

Hiring a pro to remove squirrels
Sometimes removing squirrels may prove to be difficult. Professional help can be sought in these conditions.
• You are scared of squirrels and not confident of handling the situation.
• There is a squirrel infestation and there are baby squirrels.
• You suspect the presence of a dead or infected squirrel.
• You need a permanent solution to the problem.


A professional may have the expertise to handle situations. He also has the appropriate tools required. The pro may be able to offer a permanent solution to the problem by inspecting all cracks and holes. Proper sealing with the right materials is done. Removing and relocation can also be done systematically. They are also aware of the legality of the methods used.Cleaning and sterilizing the area occupied by the squirrel is also important. The area must be free from droppings and phenomes to attract other rodents.

Some points to be considered when hiring a pro
1. Hire someone nearest to your home. This will be cheaper and you can contact again for further help.
2. Prices of wildlife experts vary. Make a comparative study and choose one that offers the best quality at an affordable cost. The costs also depend on their specialization and work required.