Hillsboro squirrel removal is a common problem that we get calls about when someone hears noise in their attic. Because squirrels are such good climbers they are able to get onto almost ever roof. This gives them easy access to locating entry points into your attic. When you hear noises in your attic you should contact a professional to make sure all animals are removed before sealing up the hole.
Hillsboro has a very high population of squirrels along with other wildlife and most people enjoy watching these animals running around in their yard. But when a squirrel gets in your attic that can create a bad situation and you should have them removed. Although not common in some cases squirrels can chew on wiring that can create a fire risk and cause other damage. As soon as you notice or think you have squirrels in your Hillsboro house you should contact a professional.
We have different methods for squirrel removal in Hillsboro, but a common way is to live trap them and then seal up the holes so they can not return. Sealing the squirrel entry point is a very important step to making sure your problem is solved correctly. But you need to make sure that there are no animals left inside. This is very important during the spring or summer months because babies can be present that time of year. We sealing a house it is commonly known as squirrel exclusion which means you seal the house up so that no squirrels can get back in. We are able to not only remove squirrels from your attic, but also seal your Hillsboro house up and make it squirrel proof.
When you have a squirrel problem the most common area that they will be entering your house in in the attic. Removing squirrels from the attic can be difficult depending on the location of the entry hole. We are also able to remove the squirrels and seal up the hole without using live traps in many cases. Once we have removed the squirrels in the attic we will inspect your house to make sure there are no other points of entry.
Oregon Wildlife Control Operator with over 30 years of nuisance wildlife management experience.