Tulsa Squirrel Removal

Although I wrote everything I know about squirrel issues for this website, oftentimes a problem with squirrels in the attic is beyond the scope of the do-it-yourself homeowner to solve. We have a professional squirrel expert in Tulsa, Oklahoma that handles problems with wildlife. We have the tools, techniques, and experience that help us do a far better job at wildlife removal than a non-experienced homeowner could. We possess licensing that allows us to do certain types of work legally, that non-licensed homeowners in the state of Oklahoma are not allowed to do. For the welfare of your situation, and the squirrels, in some cases it's best to hire a pro.

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Tulsa Squirrel Control If you have a squirrel problem in Tulsa County Oklahoma, or any other conflict with a wild animal, I am confident that we can solve it. Unlike other Tulsa pest control companies or Tulsa 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 918-900-6170 for a price quote and to schedule a same-day or next-day appointment. We use humane methods when dealing with Tulsa wildlife removal situations, especially squirrel removal. We look forward to hearing from you!

Tulsa Squirrel Situation: David, I have a grey squirrel (or squirrels) living in the ceiling above my second floor office, below the roof deck above. The building has brick walls with a short section of steel siding. He (at least I think it's a he, as I've never seen any little ones) enters through the space around a large vent pipe that exits through the wall at the back of the building. I have the means to close up the space around the pipe when he's out foraging, but expect that the squirrel would then seek another entrance. I don't think he'd find one through the brick or the steel, but suspect he could make himself a nuisance. So I thought I try and trap him. Got a Havahart #1025 (18"x5"x5") from the local Home Depot in Tulsa (it was the only trap they had). I think it might be too small, or rather too short, since when he trips the doors, his tail may extend back out under one of them, preventing it from closing completely and thus allowing his his escape. So I wonder what size trap you recommend for a medium to large grey squirrel. However, so far, the trap size seems moot, since every time I bait and set this trap, I catch a bird. Do you know of any way to discourage birds from entering the trap while allowing squirrels in? Or is there some other strategy I should be considering? Have thought about closing up the hole and then shooting the poor guy with a BB gun while he attempts to claw his way back in, but I'm not keen on that route. Would very much appreciate any help you have to offer.

David, We have a severe flying squirrel problem. We live in Tulsa OK in a log home on a cliff side with high ceilings and no attic space. The flying squirrels have managed to get between the roof and the ceiling in the insulation space of the roof. They are causing more than just havoc!!! Nightly at around 2 or 3 in the morning they come alive and you can hear them chewing and hopping about in the roof. There are kicking down sawdust between the roof boards and their droppings are everywhere in the house and even the smell of the critters is becoming noticeable. There is no way to trap them as the house is so high and they appear to be gaining entrance from the 40 foot end of the building. They are cute creatures and I sincerely hate having to poison them but what do I do? I was thinking for drilling a small hole where the majority of the noise is located and filling it with Decon. Would that work? Or what about one of these radio low frequency noise emitters that are supposed to scare away rodents including squirrels - do they work? Any help that you can provide would be greatly appreciated as the local exterminators don't seem to have any brilliant ideas besides costing me thousands of dollars. Thanks for your reply.

Squirrel Control Tulsa. 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 Oklahoma. Give us a call today at 918-900-6170 to discuss your pest squirrel problem in Tulsa.