Squirrel Control, Trapping & Removal Services
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There are over 200 different species of squirrels in the United States. The squirrel family includes ground squirrels, tree squirrels, chipmunks, marmots, prairie dogs, and even flying squirrels. Squirrels are dangerous to humans because they have been known to carry diseases like rabies. Ticks from ground squirrels can also spread Lyme disease to pets and humans. Squirrels are known to take up residence in your attic, potentially damaging the items in your attic and your home’s insulation.
If you have woken up to the sound of scurrying above your head, you may have a problem with squirrels in your attic. Before you spend time and money creating clever ways to trap squirrels on your property, call the experts at Trutech to perform a humane squirrel removal. Whether you come across a squirrel dead or alive, you can trust that the experts at Trutech have the skills and tools necessary for environmentally sensitive squirrel removal and squirrel control, no matter how big or small your problem is.
Our team of dedicated experts at committed to helping your regain your peace of mind and your property. Don’t wait until squirrels have destroyed your yard, home, or sanity- Call in a team of specialists from Trutech to perform a humane squirrel removal and control service in your home or garage!
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Tree squirrels generally grow between 1 and 2 feet in length and have long, bushy tails that provide them with the balance necessary to climb and leap among treetops. Their coats can be black, gray, brown, or rusty red. Ground squirrels are usually red to smoky gray in color and may display patterns of stripes or spots. Their tails are much shorter and thinner than those of tree squirrels. Flying squirrels are distinctively gray with lighter underbellies and dark black stripes along their sides.
Both tree squirrels and flying squirrels eat nuts, seeds, grasses, roots, and other plant materials. As omnivores, they will not hesitate to take advantage of easily accessible food sources such as bird feeders and garbage. Flying squirrels are carnivorous and eat insects, birds, and eggs.
Tree squirrels and flying squirrels thrive in wooded areas with mature hardwood trees and ample groundcover. They construct nests out of twigs and leaves high up in tree branches or in hollowed tree cavities. Ground squirrels prefer to live in fields or open grassy areas, such as meadows or pastures, where they dig burrows and tunnel systems for themselves.