PROFESSIONAL WILDLIFE SPECIALISTS FOR ALL OF YOUR SQUIRREL CONTROL AND REMOVAL NEEDS.
Structural Pest Management tackles all types of pest problems and ensuring solutions to any insect of wildlife activity. Structural Pest’s local professional specialist takes the proper and necessary steps to ensure our customers safety, especially when dealing with wildlife.
Structural Pest proudly serves Trumbull County, Ohio and the surrounding areas.
It is hard to imagine that something so small can be so destructive. However, there is always a solution for your problem. Squirrels may cause problems for homeowners by nesting in their attic, or in the exterior of the structure. They enter attics for warmth and safety; and often to birth, nest, and raise a litter. These pests are savage chewers and will gnaw their way through wooden structures to gain access to the interior. Once inside, they normally make scratching noises (usually at sunrise and sunset), leave droppings all over, and endanger all attic structures including electrical wires. This poses a fire risk.
Squirrels are known to carry numerous diseases. Some of the more common include Lyme disease, tularemia, typhus, plague, and ringworm, salmonellosis, and tularemia. These diseases are transmitted through bites, scratches, or other forms of direct contact with infected squirrels (such as contact with urine or feces).
There are several species of squirrel in the Ohio and Pennsylvania areas.
Squirrel Species In Your Area
Squirrels typically have a slim body, big eyes, soft fur, and a bushy tail. Their tail is used for communication and also for insulation against the colder temperatures. Squirrels have excellent vision and sense of touch.
Female squirrels can reproduce once or twice a year. After a gestation period of 3- 6 weeks, there are usually 3-4 young born. Although, they are capable of having between 2-9 young. The lifespan of a wild squirrel is between 5- 10 years.
Every case is different. Using a professional is the key to a successful treatment, that is why Structural Pest Management is here for you.