GREY SQUIRREL CONTROL FOR GREENSBORO AND WINSTON-SALEM PROPERTIES
PMi has found that Greensboro and Winston-Salem grey squirrels are one of the most destructive nuisance animals that can enter your attic area which means they are one of the most expensive. Unlike the nocturnal flying squirrel, grey squirrels are active during daylight hours when most homeowners are away at work or busy with other daytime activities and may go unnoticed for long periods of time.
Squirrels can cause thousands of dollars in damage to wiring, insulation, air conditioning ducts and heat ducts in your attic area. Here’s something to consider, in 1985, squirrels caused 332 power outages in Omaha, NE, costing at least $47,000 to repair! Avoid expensive repairs, potential fire risks, and general inconveniences by calling PMi for effective squirrel control. Keep an eye out for chew marks on roof fascia boards or other areas of woodwork, gnawed wiring, droppings, or wet spots in ceilings, as these are all potential signs of squirrel activity and should be investigated as soon as possible.
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EXPERT SQUIRREL REMOVAL FROM PMI
The skilled PMi squirrel removal professionals at PMi have years of experience to help you get rid of squirrels on your residential or commercial property. We have the knowledge to properly and professionally exclude squirrels and make any minor repairs that may be needed because of squirrel damage. In addition to ensuring proper squirrel exclusion, we will remove droppings, contaminated insulation and other debris so you will forget squirrel control was ever an issue. Because squirrels are vulnerable to parasites such as mange mites, ticks and fleas, upon completing squirrel removal process, PMi can also perform any necessary treatments to protect against these pests.