Nature and all its inhabitants are enjoyable to watch. You may have bought a home near a wooded area that contains lots of wildlife. Even if you live in town, you may have sought out a place that has quite a few mature trees so that you can enjoy their beauty. You may have gotten more nature than you bargained for, though. Squirrel pests can invade your home, particularly during the winter months, and it’s important to know the signs of a squirrel infestation so that you can deal with it properly.

Listen for Sounds
One of the first indications that the furry creatures you have seen running around, hoarding nuts and scampering up the trees in your backyard have made their way into your house is noise. You will hear the telltale sounds of squirrels bounding from one side of the attic to the other. You are most likely to hear these noises at night when it’s quiet and all human activity in your house is at a standstill. From this point, you can start looking in your attic for other signs that squirrel pests are afoot.

Look for Nests
If the squirrels decide your house is a nice place to live, they build nests and start to bring in the nuts that they gather. If you see either of these things, you probably need to call professionals to come rid your attic of squirrels. These specialists not only make sure that the pests get out but also figure out where they got in so that the hole can be covered. They can assist with debris cleanup and any damage repair that you need, too.

If you have squirrel pests in your house, it’s in your best interest to call professional wildlife removal services as soon as possible. The longer you wait, the more damage the squirrels are likely to cause. Professionals can get them out of your attic and back into the backyard where they belong.


  1. Emily Bennette on October 10, 2020 at 1:49 am

    My sister and her husband have some issues with squirrels getting into their house. I liked that you pointed out that they might want to look for a nest in their attic. It does seem like they should get a professional to remove it for them.

  2. Joe on October 10, 2020 at 5:55 pm

    Yes they can do a lot of damage should get them out and seal up holes. Thanks Joe

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