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The Leader In Bat Control & Flying Squirrel Eviction

NH Flying Squirrel COntrol By New Hampshire Bat Control

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25+ Years Of Experience Serving The Entire Granite State

Information & Hazards Of Flying Squirrel Infestations In New Hampshire

NH Flying Squirrel Control demands expert flying squirrel knowledge for proper removal. Flying squirrels in the attic is a common problem in New Hampshire. They range from southern New Hampshire to northern New Hampshire.

Being communal animals flying squirrels can number between 30-50 individuals in a colony. Flying squirrels are nocturnal and can be quite noisy at night, scampering around, dropping nuts, and making vocalizations at times. Red and grey squirrels, on the other hand, are active during the day, not making near the noise at night that flying squirrels can. These little guys feed on nuts, seeds land fruit, but they are also carnivorous and will go after the mice in your attic. It can make for some sleepless nights, usually driving the homeowner nuts!

Flying Squirrels Colonies Tend  To Be Quite Large And They Can Cause Serious Damage To Your Home And Buildings

Being communal animals flying squirrels can number between 30-50 individuals in a colony. Flying squirrels are nocturnal and can be quite noisy at night, scampering around, dropping nuts, and making vocalizations at times. Red and grey squirrels, on the other hand, are active during the day, not making near the noise at night that flying squirrels can. These little guys feed on nuts, seeds land fruit, but they are also carnivorous and will go after the mice in your attic. It can make for some sleepless nights, usually driving the homeowner nuts! oval today.

Flying Squirrel Damage Demands NH Flying Squirrel Control

With a large colony of flying squirrels, they can cause a significant amount of damage in a home. They will burrow holes in the insulation and compact the insulation as well as diminishing the “R-value” of the insulation, causing higher heating expenses in the home. The waste that accumulates from an infestation concentrates in their toilet areas of the home. These concentrated areas of feces and urine can leak through ceilings and soffits of a house. These leaked areas resemble a dark liquid staining the ceiling or exterior siding and soffits.

The way to determine if you have a problem is first to have your home inspected to see if flying squirrels are present. New Hampshire Bat Control has been doing this work for more than 25 years. Not all companies are the same when it comes to wildlife control work. It does take many years and jobs to become proficient at flying squirrel exclusions. Many of your big box company’s cannot retain employees long enough to become experts at this craft.

“Exclusion” Uses Devices That Allow Flying Squirrels Out Of A Building But They Cannot Return Through The Device

Once we establish that a colony of flying squirrels is present, “exclusion” gets them out and permanently keeps them out. “Exclusion” means we thoroughly examine the exterior of the home, and areas that the critters can enter are wired and sealed off except for a few primary entrances. Over the primary entrances, “one-way doors” are installed that allow the flying squirrels’ safe exit but cannot return through the one-way door! They will exit the house to forage outside and that’s where they will stay.

WE SPECIALIZE IN MORE THAN FLYING SQUIRRELS. WE UNDERSTAND BAT ISSUES AS WELL SINCE WE’VE SEEN IT ALL. WE’VE BEEN EXCLUDING BATS FROM NEW HAMPSHIRE HOMES FOR MORE THAN 25 YEARS.
There are 8 Species Of Bats Live In New Hampshire And Latest Scientific Information Indicates Substantial Concern About These Species That Live Here

Trapping Flying Squirrels Not Effective

The reason merely trapping flying squirrels is not preferred is because of the numbers of squirrels involved in a colony. If, in theory, all the squirrels were trapped and relocated and the exclusion not done, then other squirrels will enter the house again. The squirrels re-enter because the odors the other flying squirrels left behind, lure them back into the area.

In our experience, flying squirrels do not try to chew their way back into a home as much as red and greys will. Flying squirrel jaws are not as strong and teeth not as large. They can chew wiring in the attic as other squirrels will, but it resembles more of a mouse noise when it nibbles on the plastic of an electrical wire.

Once we complete our work, we will put a warranty on the job in case some problems arise later. So we have a very good incentive to get it done right the first time! The warranty period will vary from house to house depending on age construction of the building etc. Call us today for New Hampshire flying squirrel removal.

New Hampshire Bat Removal Provides Bat Control and Flying Squirrel Control Service For The Following New Hampshire Cities

Rochester, Amherst, Seabrook, Barrington, Swanzey, Weare, Derry, Durham, Exeter, Franklin, Gilford, Hampstead, Atkinson, Somersworth, Belmont, Hanover, Salem, Goffstown, Dover, Hollis, Hudson, Stratham, Bedford, Windham, Kingston, Lebanon, Litchfield, Claremont, Londonderry, Bow, Milford, Concord, Manchester, Berlin, Hampton, Merrimack, Laconia, Nashua, Pelham, Pembroke, Plaistow, Portsmouth, Rindge, Keene, Hopkinton, Bedford, Dairy, Alton, Wolfeboro, Moulton, Rockingham, and Northhampton.