Wildout Animal & Pest Removal, a wildlife and pest control company in Tampa, FL, has recently published a blog post that explains how to get rid of squirrels. Typically, getting rid of squirrels in the home or building will require the assistance of a professional wildlife and pest control firm, whether they have overrun the lawn or invaded the attic. The article explains that getting rid of squirrels from the attic space will require a five-step process.

A spokesperson for Wildout Animal & Pest Removal says, “While they are fun to watch around your yard, you don’t want them in your home because they love to chew on things. They have strong and sharp teeth that can chew small holes into your walls and roof. They also like to chew on wires, which can cause a fire. In fact, squirrels are to blame for about 30,000 house fires annually.’

He continues, “Fortunately, we are able to humanely remove wildlife conflicts for our customers while communicating clearly and constantly. In addition to minimizing stress on humans, we strive to minimize stress on animals. Being evicted from a place they believe to be their home is certainly a stressful experience. We work to make our removal process as humane as possible in order to keep their stressful experience to a minimum.”

Wildout Animal & Pest Removal is a company that practices humane animal and pest removal from both commercial and residential properties. They will proceed with a sense of urgency to minimize the stress on both the animals and the customers. They will provide complete remediation, which means that removal of the animal or pest will just be the start. They will repair any damage and prevent future entry with their warranty backed critter eviction packages. Those who are interested in wildlife and pest control may want to know that Wildout Animal & Pest Removal has other offices aside from the one in Tampa, such as the Orlando location and the offices in Osceola County and Pasco County.

The first step they will take in getting rid of squirrels from a home is to conduct a thorough free inspection. The inspection will reveal how the squirrels are getting in and how long they have been getting inside the building. The next step would be to trap the squirrels, ensuring that it is the problem squirrels that are getting trapped and not some random squirrels from the property.

The third step in the process is critter eviction, which includes sealing off all of the potential weak points that are not yet being used by the squirrels. And after the trapping of the squirrels is finally complete, they will shutter all of the entry points the squirrels have been using to gain entry into the building. While doing that, they will ensure that there will be no damage to the aesthetics of the property.

In the fourth step, the professionals from Wildout Animal & Pest Removal will be ensuring that the squirrels will not return. To do that, they will apply a deterrent solution regularly. During each application, they will closely check on all of the entry points that they have sealed up to ensure there has been no breach. And the last step would be remediation of the place where the squirrels have frequented, such as the attic. This is because they could have gnawed on wires and other parts of the property space, so they will have all of the damages fixed. They will also clean the space to ensure that any viruses or bacteria that were brought in the squirrels would be removed.

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Those who are interested in learning more about squirrels, including the reason as to why trap squirrels, may want to check out the blog posts on the Wildout Animal & Pest Removal website, or contact them on the phone or through email. They are open from 8:00 am to 6:00 pm, from Monday to Friday, and from 8;00 am to 12:00 pm on Saturdays.

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For more information about Wildout Animal & Pest Removal, contact the company here:

Wildout Animal & Pest Removal
Brent Shiver
8449453688
brent@wildremoval.com
P.O. Box 272549
Tampa, FL 33688

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