Grey Squirrels are generally clever and persistent animals.
In residential neighborhoods, they are notorious for eating
out of bird feeders, digging in potted plants to bury or
recover seeds, and inhabiting sheltered areas including
attics and basements. Although expert climbers, squirrels
also thrive in urban environments that are largely free of
Squirrels are the worst nuisance offender in New Jersey!
All Wildlife Removal Service specializes in removal of Grey Squirrels in
Monmouth, Ocean, Mercer, Hunterdon, Middlesex, and Somerset counties...
Grey Squirrels are sometimes considered pests because of their
propensity to chew on both edible and inedible objects. This
characteristic trait aids in maintaining sharp teeth, and because
their teeth grow continuously, prevents over-growth.
Homeowners in areas with a heavy squirrel population must keep
attics and basements carefully sealed to prevent property damage
caused by nesting squirrels.
In New Jersey, squirrels typically give birth to two litters per year with the first cycle
occurring from the end of August to the beginning of October, and the second
cycle spanning from the end of January to the beginning of March. The average
litter will have 3 to 6 baby squirrels.

While squirrels tend to make leaf houses in the trees during the summer months
(leaving human homes), they will move back into residences as the weather cools.

As opposed to our competitors,
All Wildlife Removal Service looks for clues to
provide important information into the population of squirrels that we need to trap.
When we catch a squirrel we assess to see if it is a nursing female, an intact adult
male, or other such category to determine whether your home may contain a nest
of babies, a bachelor colony, or an alpha male, for example.

We know that adult male squirrels, for example, will kill baby squirrels. An adult
female pregnant squirrel will often be the solitary squirrel that has taken residence;
whereas one who is nursing will have a litter to trap as well.

These questions need to be answered in order to solve your squirrel problem. And
All Wildlife Removal Service is the company that looks for every clue!

Once we've removed the squirrels from your home we make proper repairs on the
opening (or openings) that allowed the squirrels to move in.  We'll go around the
structure re-strengthening and sealing up any weak areas such as gable vents,
attic fans, roof vents, gaps between fascia board and sheathing, openings behind
pork chops, and roof/soffit tangent points. These are common entry points that
squirrels use to enter structures.

We do this because we
don't just remove the existing squirrels. More importantly,
we provide a
1-year written warranty against new squirrels gaining access to the
building. And at the end of the year we will contact you to offer a warranty
renewal (similar to a termite-control contract).
To learn about how All Wildlife Removal Service
will resolve your grey squirrel problems, click here.
To learn about how All Wildlife Removal Service will resolve your grey
squirrel problems, click here.

All Wildlife Removal Service can rid your home or business
of many other nuisance wildlife animals as well.
Click here to read about other wildlife pests that reside in New Jersey!
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(732) 656-0088
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