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If you have a squirrel problem in Greenville County South Carolina, or any other conflict with a wild animal, I am confident that we can solve it. Unlike other Greenville pest control companies or Greenville 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.
Call us any time at 864-642-0295 for a price quote and to schedule a same-day or next-day appointment. We use humane methods when dealing with Greenville wildlife removal situations, especially squirrel removal. We look forward to hearing from you!
Greenville Squirrel Situation: Hi, I used the yellow pages to get in touch with (name deleted) in South Carolina, and wish I found you first. A technician came out and put body grip traps on the side of my house to catch the squirrels in my house. He said that Tru Tech didn't have any one way door traps and didn't use them, but that the body grip traps would kill the squirrels instantly. Well, this was not the case. There's a squirrel in one of the body grip traps right now, and he's not dead. I called the technician to report this, and he got irritated with me. He said that he had never had this problem before, and that I should not tell him how to do his job. He also laughed at me. I ordered a one way door trap online and it's supposed to be here on Friday. Just thought I'd let you know that the (name deleted) company is misrepresenting the way in which its traps work, and that it doesn't give people the option of using one way door traps. --Erica
I'm really sorry for that bad service. What part of Tennessee do you live in? I will find out what's going on there.
I live in Putnam county. Today the district manager called me and kind of made it right. He asked me to email him links to the live traps, and he said they would install the live trap that I ordered. It won't be here till Friday, and I have to leave for a few months on Saturday, but I am going to leave it on the porch and hopefully they will install it correctly and catch the remaining squirrels that way.
Well, that's good.
Today the technician came out with a humane trap supplied by the copany. It turned out that they did have some after all. He mounted it to one end of the house and closed off the remaining two entry points. I suggested that he leave one entry point open so that the squirrels that are in the habit of coming in, would come in and then maybe exit through the one way door trap. But he said this wasn't the right way. So how do you handle this? Do you leave one entry point open for the squirrels to get in, so they can get out via the one way door trap? In this case the house has wood siding, and the squirrels have chewed holes in it.
Well, if the squirrel is out, it's out. If you leave a hole open, they may just go in and out of that hole, not the trap. If you're worried about chewing on the wood siding, some live cage traps will catch the squirrels. Or you could spray/paint super hot sauce on the wood.
Ok. So the one way door traps are for when you know the squirrels are in the house? I guess you have to mount them at a time when you think all or most of the squirrels are inside, like in the evening. I am going to get some live cage traps tomorrow. Maybe I should paint super hot sauce on too. I also have Ropel. Do you think that would work?
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