Austin 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 Austin, Texas 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 Texas 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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Austin Squirrel Control If you have a squirrel problem in Travis County Texas, or any other conflict with a wild animal, I am confident that we can solve it. Unlike other Austin pest control companies or Austin 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 512-298-4791 for a price quote and to schedule a same-day or next-day appointment. We use humane methods when dealing with Austin wildlife removal situations, especially squirrel removal. We look forward to hearing from you!

Austin Squirrel Situation: I read your article on-line about Squirrels in the Attic. Thank you for writing it. Here's a question: what if you don't have a squirrel in there yet, but he/she is gnawing, gnawing, trying to get in? That is what we seem to have. In the return above our bedroom window, too high up for us to reach, but where we can see (and hear), there is a place where the critter just wants to get in. I yell at him and try to scare him by waving a pole, but of course he just waits till I'm done with my silly antics and then comes back. My husband says that it's because the wood in that part of the return is a little rotten. Repair the wood, and squirrels won't be able to chew so easily. True? (Not that we can easily access the area - it's about 3 stories off the ground b/c our house is built on a hill). Or do you know whether the squirrel would just find another place to chew, or even the same place? I'm guessing that it wouldn't work to spray the area with tobacco sauce, since it's outdoors and would soon be washed away anyway. Any advice you have would be welcome. Thank you.

Hi David we are having an all out war with our squirrels in the attic. They are coming in under the eaves and above the roof of our bay window. We have a cedar roof and when we repair the holes they have made they chew through again within a day. The location is great for them but very hard for us to try and set a trap because of the tight confines. We are now moving onto chicken wire on the cedar, but unfortunately we caught one inside and not out. My husband and I think now the attic is empty and will retry repair and wire. This time of year, Nov. in Metro Vancouver do you think there is a litter involved? Plus I was wondering is there a way to entice them into a squirrel house? We would make them something if we thought it would work. We have a large garage close to the house that the squirrels used before that was reroofed last year. That may have moved them into our house. My husband has just removed the shingle he replaced yesterday. He used cypress/yellow cedar thinking this would not taste as nice as red cedar. The shingle is trimmed off a good couple of inches. From reading your article I think the repeater trap would be the best if we could get a door to the opening they make, has anyone tried flexible tubing? I would appreciate hearing from you and any opinion you might have on our situation. I fear my husband may blow some sort of gasket or have an ugly incident with the ladder. Thanks for all the information you have published on the site, Sari

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Squirrel Control Austin. 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 Texas. Give us a call today at 512-298-4791 to discuss your pest squirrel problem in Austin.