Is There a Squirrel Problem?
This is a question we get a lot from homeowners who suspect they have a raccoon or squirrel problem but aren’t quite sure.
Sometimes, the problem is very obvious.
Other times, quite honestly, it takes a bit of detective work to figure out what’s really going on.
Today’s blog presents a video in which Ryan describes, “the world’s most challenging squirrel job”. This was one job where being a squirrel detective was very difficult.
Squirrel Entry Signs are Usually Noticeable
Things we’ll ask about are:
Frequency, time, general location, and quality of the noise
Previous animal problems and efforts taken to combat the
Then we’ll take a look at the home with the suspected problem. While this seems obvious, a thorough inspection is the bread and butter of gaining nuisance animal problem knowledge and sometimes its not as easy as you’d think.
A good inspection requires time and effort, especially when the problem isn’t so obvious.
Often, the ladder must be deployed and time must be spent on a roof trying to find trouble spots.
Points of entry, animal damage, feces, food stuffs, and hair bits found all help to create a picture.
But what if the problem cannot be found?!
Well that’s exactly what happened recently and Ryan tells us about it in this video.
Red Squirrel Problem Hard to Diagnose
As Ryan makes it pretty clear in the video, this one was difficult to figure out.
But, because of the good information provided by the homeowner and Ryan’s persistence these red squirrels were eventually removed.
Need Our Squirrel Detective Services?
Does a suspected animal noise in your attic or walls have you worried?
When a nuisance animal problem is not too obvious and you are looking for answers, refer to the above detecting methods to see if you can figure it out.
But, if you are looking for a professional nuisance animal removal company and are in the Canton / Akron / Kent, OH area, please call us at Frontline Animal Removal.
We’ll do our best gather all the clues and come up with an informed solution for your animal problem.
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