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If you have a squirrel problem in King County Washington, or any other conflict with a wild animal, I am confident that we can solve it. Unlike other Seattle pest control companies or Seattle squirrel exterminators,
we use humane methods of squirrel control, such as prevention, exclusion, or live squirrel trapping and relocation. We specialize in the removal of rodents and other animals from homes, especially squirrels in the attic or eaves.
If you hear noises in your attic, or see chewing on your wood or wires, or have a nest or feces in your attic, we can solve your problem.
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Seattle Squirrel Situation: Hello David, Thank you for having a web site regarding squirrel's in the attic. We enjoy squirrels and feed them along with the birds. Yesterday I learned that a squirrel was in our attic. We discovered that it chewed it's way in through a roof vent. It seems to be trapped in the attic. It has been trying to work it's way out through the mesh/screening vent under the gutter. We have left some nuts near the attic opening in our garage. We left a tall latter under the attic opening and left the garage side door open. The squirrel found it's way to this area, ate a few peanuts, but returned to the mesh/screen vent. Today, I asked my husband to open up the screening on the vent that the squirrel was trying to get out from. He also repaired the area that the squirrel originally chewed to enter into the attic. My husband believes that it was too difficult for the squirrel to exit in the same way it had entered. Our hopes is that the squirrel will exit and after not hearing it for a day or two, we can repair the screen vent area. If the squirrel does not leave, we will learn that it is no longer concerned about being trapped and plans to stay. Our next step is, is to rent a live animal trap. We do believe that most likely, the squirrel is an expecting mother searching for a place to soon give birth. After reading your web site, we realize that we only have a short amount of time before she will have her babies. Please e-mail me your advice, opinion, and recommendation. Thank you, Renee
Hi, I just left a msg and sending email also. I have at least one squirrel in my attic and very concerned. Their droppings can be cleaned up but I am concerned about the electrical wires to the lights in the center of rooms in ceilings. There is a hole in the wood trim between 1st and 2nd floors - I have seen squirrels going in and out - as far as I know it is the only hole. I had thought they were confined to the area that is the side porch upstairs and the closet downstairs, but have apparently climbed up the walls into the attic. The house is brick and walls inside are plaster. I have cats inside house and of course a bit of urine smell from the litter box, but that does not deter the squirrels or they do not smell it from the room below the attic. I hear running around mostly in the evenings and the cats stare up at the ceilings. I am hoping I get them out before more make their home there. I work some from home office and some in other offices, and have a relatively flexible schedule. Thank you.
Squirrel Control Seattle. If you wish to learn more, click on the How to Get Rid of Squirrels in the Attic home page. Our company is fully licensed and insured in Washington. Give us a call today at 206-829-4744 to discuss your pest squirrel problem in Seattle.