Squirrel Removal in Boise, Meridian, ID and Ada County

Squirrels are one of the most common animals to gain entry into the attics of homes. They bite and gnaw through siding, fascia boards, screens, and gable vents, which is why hiring a local and professional squirrel removal service is important. The main complaint we hear is scratching and movement in the attic. Squirrels love to be inside homes because they are protected from the weather and can shelter their offspring there. Squirrels can cause a lot of damage to a home. They gnaw on wood, and sometimes will chew on electrical wiring. It is best to hire a squirrel removal professional as quickly as possible to avoid damage to your home.

The best way to remove squirrels from the home is to catch them when they leave. Squirrels must leave the house to find food and water. On their way out, our squirrel removal service experts in Boise, Meridian, ID and Ada County can trap the squirrels and keep them from going back into the house. Once all the squirrels are out of the house, it is necessary to cover up the hole that they are getting in. Otherwise, new squirrels or other animals will likely use the hole for their home.

Squirrels do not generally carry diseases such as rabies. However, they have been shown to be carriers of parasites and diseases such as Leptospirosis and Salmonella.

  • Squirrels are a rodent. They generally have 2 litters of young per year, with 1-6 squirrels per litter most commonly. These litters generally occur around March/April and July/August.
  • A squirrels front teeth never stop growing – they must gnaw to keep the teeth from growing too long.
  • Squirrels are most active in the mornings and late afternoons.

Do you need an animal removal specialist or someone to help remove squirrels from your home in Boise, Meridian, Eagle, Kuna, Garden City or Ada County, ID? We can help!

Animal Removal Service in Ada County, ID

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Cridder Ridder
9065 S. Linder Rd.
Meridian, ID 83642

Phone: 208-996-9841
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