Urban Wildlife Control can solve squirrel problems with our four step squirrel control process. We perform this service for hundreds of Georgians each and every year! Experience counts when it comes to achieving desired results and Urban Wildlife Control has what it takes to do the job correctly from start to finish.
1. Inspection- We began every job with a thorough inspection of the structure and property. This first step is the most important. During the inspection, Urban Wildlife Control will determine what animal is causing the problem and how the animals are entering the structure.
2. Trapping- This is a necessary step in squirrel control to help remove an animal problem but shouldn't be used alone to solve squirrel in attic problems. Repairs, in conjunction with trapping, are needed to ensure lasting success. One problem with indiscriminately catching squirrels, is that you cannot be certain you have caught all of the squirrels which have been going inside the attic.
3. Repairs and exclusion- Sealing off and repairing entry points is essential for long term protection of the building. If only trapping is performed, all the target animals may not all be caught. Unless the structure is PROPERLY repaired, the problem will recur when new animals find these weak points.
4. Clean-up and decontamination- Droppings, nesting material, animal carcasses, food stuffs and other debris accumulate rapidly when animals have lived in your home for any length of time. No animal removal job is complete until the area(s) are cleaned, deodorized and repaired and restored to like-new condition. Learn more about this service in attic clean-up and insulation replacement
Urban Wildlife Control, Inc. services all of greater Atlanta. We will come to your home or business and do a site inspection, give you an estimate for squirrel exclusion, set traps for removal, give you a copy of our warranty for exclusion work and answer any questions you may have.
Urban Wildlife Control, Inc. specializes in the removal of bats and squirrels, we also provide bird control, raccoon removal, rat pest control, squirrel pest control and snake control. We are strictly a wildlife removal company. Providing safe and effective wildlife removal is our only focus.
If you are having problems with squirrels nesting in your structure and would like an estimate for control feel free to contact our friendly and knowledgeable office staff today! Or, if you have a question regarding greater Atlanta squirrel control, feel free to give us a call. We provide services for all wildlife control and animal removal problems.
Areas We Service
Some of the Cities we have provided squirrel control services for: Acworth, Adgateville, Alpharetta, Atlanta, Auburn, Austell, Avondale Estates, Ballground, Buckhead, Buford, Canton, Carrollton, Cartersville, Chamblee, Clarksville, Clarkston, College Park, Conyers, Cumming, Decaula, Dawsonville, Dallas, Decatur, Doraville, Douglasville, Duluth, Dunwoody, Ellenwood, Fayetteville, Flowery Branch, Forest Park, Forsyth, Gainesville, Greensboro, Greenville, Hampton, Hapeville, Hardwick, Holly Springs, Indian Springs, Jasper, Jonesboro, Kennessaw, Lawrenceville, Lilburn, Lithia Springs, Lithonia, Loganville, Mableton, Marietta, Monroe, Morrow, Mount Vernon, Mountain Park, Mt. Zion, Newnan, Norcross, Peachtree City, Powder Springs, Rex, Riverdale, Roswell, Sandy Springs, Smyrna, Snellville, Stockbridge, Stone Mountain, Sugar Hill, Suwanee, Tucker, union City, Villa Rica, Vinnings and Woodstock.
Some of the counties we have provided bat services for: Cherokee, Clayton, Cobb, Dekalb, Dawson, Douglas, Fayette, Forsyth, Fulton, Gwinnett.678-493-7194
Squirrels may live in your attic year round but are especially active fall, winter and spring when the weather is cooler and babies are being raised. Your attic is an excellent place to raise young, it protects the baby gray squirrels from predators and the elements.Typically squirrels eat nuts, fruits and seeds, but in the event those foods are limited, they will also seek out bugs, bird eggs and even animal carcass. Squirrels are known to store nuts for later feedings in attics, wall cavities, soffits and chimneys. If they are living close to humans, dumpsters and garbage cans provide an easy and abundant form of food.