Scratching – Running Noises in Attic
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Squirrels in San Francisco will run branches like a ladder to get on your roof. Once they get there, its only a matter of time before they start chewing on wood and get in.
Damage Squirrels Do
Squirrels in San Francisco attics chew wires and wood all day long while inside, and start breeding in mid Feb. Then around the middle of March the baby Squirrels are born… in your attic. Now you have 6-8 more Squirrels to deal with, and every one of them wants to chew wires and wood. Not to mention all the poop and pee in your insulation!While chewing wires in your attic, sometimes the electric shock kills squirrels. Other times, the squirrel escapes and the house burns down.
Squirrel poison isnt the way to go in San Francisco California because the Squirrels die inside the attic or walls and cause a dead animal smell which is unbearable. Dead animal smell in the walls of a house in San Francisco is only going to get worse until the dead animal is fully decayed, which may take 2 weeks!
We use humane traps in San Francisco California. A squirrel trap should be made out of metal or PVC. because squirrels can chew out of a cheep squirrel trap. Some other companies in San Francisco use a lethal squirrel trap designed to snap the squirrels neck when he activates it. Still other squirrel traps are designed to electrocute the squirrel when it goes inside.
Squirrel Noises I have been in alot of houses with squirrels in attic, and Ive heard lots of noises they make.Running noises, scampering noises, barking noises, scratching noises, and the sounds of little claws running from one side to the other.
Scratching Noise in Attic San Francisco If you are hearing scratching noises in your attic in San Francisco, chances are good that you have some type of animal living there!
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