Permanent Squirrel Removal Solutions
If you hear noises in your walls or attic and are under the impression there may be a squirrel or family of squirrels living on the property, give us a call and an Centex Wildlife Control technician can perform a thorough Inspection on the property to determine the severity of the problem and in fact if there is a squirrel, or squirrels in your home.
Squirrels are one of the most successful mammals in accommodating to human-altered environments. There are several species of squirrels in North America, but the gray squirrel is usually the one involved in most homeowner conflicts.
Centex Wildlife Control is a full-service wildlife control company serving central Texas . We specialize in urban and suburban wildlife damage management for both residential and commercial customers. We handle nearly all aspects of wildlife control, and resolve conflicts between people and wildlife in a humane and professional manner. For pest control of wildlife, just give us a call at and we will discuss your wildlife problem and schedule an appointment to solve it. We look forward to hearing from you
Many times a squirrel can chew wires in homes. As a matter of fact the squirrel and other rodents are the reason for many house fires. If there is a squirrel in your attic, please call. A squirrel can also damage your attic space. Many people think the squirrel is cute, but in fact a squirrel can cause sever damage to homes and businesses.
Squirrel is known for entering buildings through open chimneys, dryer vents, through unscreened attic vents, and rotten or damaged roof, siding etc.
Centex Wildlife Control can rid you of your squirrel problems through humane trapping and relocation. Followed by guarantee repair work to provide a permanent solution. In severe cases we may recommend removal of saturated insulation and fecal matter, Ask about our attic Deoderization & cleanup services.
The squirrel traditionally depends on trees, especially oak trees, as places to bear and raise young, take shelter from the weather, find food and escape from predators. However, a squirrel will take liberal advantage of shelter provided by humans in attics and other crawl spaces. So if you are a victim of a squirrel in the attic give us a call we can help.
Squirrels inhabit the same kinds of forests, both hardwood and coniferous, over much of their range. Gray squirrels are more abundant where a high percentage of land is forested. In areas with 10% forest cover, fox and gray squirrel populations may be equal. Fox squirrels prefer oak-hickory habitat over much of their range, especially in the West. In Georgia and Florida, fox squirrels seem to prefer pine timber. The western gray squirrel prefers mixed hardwoods and conifers and dry open hardwoods. Tassel-eared squirrels are strongly associated with Ponderosa pine. Pine squirrels prefer coniferous forests but also occur in mixed conifer and hardwood forests, or sometimes in hardwood habitats.
Fox and gray squirrels have similar food habits. They will eat a great variety of native foods and adapt quickly to unusual food sources. Typically, they feed on mast (wild tree fruits and nuts) in fall and early winter. Acorns, hickory nuts, walnuts, and osage orange fruits are favorite fall foods. Nuts are often cached for later use. In late winter and early spring they prefer tree buds. In summer they eat fruits, berries, and succulent plant materials. Fungi, corn, and cultivated fruits are taken when available. During population peaks, when food is scarce, these squirrels may chew bark from a variety of trees. They will also eat insects and other animal matter.
Pine squirrels are often heavily dependent on coniferous forests for cones and buds but will also eat a variety of other foods common to gray and fox squirrel diets. Douglas squirrels depend largely on Ponderosa pine for food. Flying squirrels’ food habits are generally similar to those of other squirrels. However, they are the most carnivorous of all tree squirrels. They eat bird eggs and nestlings, insects, and other animal matter when available. Flying squirrels often occupy bird houses, especially bluebird houses.
Centex Wildlife Control Provides Permanent Squirrel Removal For All Of Central Texas
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