Get in Touch
Trapping Removing & Excluding
Dixie Exterminators offers a squirrel removal service in Woodstock, Georgia. Entrapment and evacuation and excluding or covering the entryways are all part of these services. Our wildlife control staff is well trained in exclusion techniques that will keep squirrels out permanently. Squirrels can enter a home through a variety of openings, including roof vents, gable vents, and gaps. Likewise, squirrels can gnaw through insulation, so if that happens, we can replace it and get rid of the old stuff.
Delivering Exclusion Service to Woodstock
Our family-run firm is a highly regarded provider of squirrel removal services in Woodstock. We have served in these locations for nearly 50 years, so we are very familiar with them. We have everything we need to start helping you secure your house immediately.
Many Woodstock residents view squirrel management as an important issue, and they're not wrong. You'll know how it feels to experience like you're under attack by those pesky little squirrels if you have ever witnessed them scurrying around in your attic in the middle of the night.
Working with a Georgia wildlife control service that knows how to successfully exterminate and prevent future visits from these furious critters is essential for a successful Woodstock squirrel removal project. Dixie Exterminators, based in Marietta, has been doing this for many years using a wide variety of techniques and methods.
Let us assist you in reclaiming your house if the sound of squirrels scampering in the rafters keeps you up at night.
Squirrel Proofing Your Attic
The "squirrel proofing" process is integral to any effective squirrel elimination strategy. To keep the squirrels out, we must block off any entry points they might use. When we seal up the hole in the building, we prevent squirrels from using your attic as a nesting site. Strong wire mesh, sheet metal, concrete, and brick and mortar are all good options for squirrel proofing.
Tips to Proof Your Home
Maintaining clean hygiene is a preventative measure. Don't keep your trash cans or barbecues uncovered, and don't put food out for your pets.
To prevent damage by squirrels, prune bushes and trees to a height of six feet from the ground and ten feet from any buildings on your property's perimeter. Squirrel-proofing trees involve attaching a band of steel sheet around the trunks, 12 inches wide and 6 feet off the ground. This method works best for trees that are properly separated from one another.
Put metal cages into the holes where you wish to plant your bulbs. An alternate solution is to cover the entire bed with wire mesh after planting to prevent pests from eating your crops. To prevent stunting the development of new plants.
Protect your plants with barriers: Barriers can be laid on the ground and cut to fit across plant stems. Options include chicken wire, hardware cloth, and 1- to 2-inch metal mesh. Or use a chicken wire fence to entirely enclose your newly planted plants.
It's time to set up a diverted feeding station. Squirrels may need a few minutes to find out how to break into your bird feeder, so it's a good idea to provide them with an alternative food source elsewhere.