Squirrel removal

What Can We Do On The South Shore of Montreal?

The black, grey and red squirrels are occupied rodents. They can move up to 25 km/h and have as many as two spans per year. Squirrels can make holes in the walls, in empty spaces and attics where they will make their nests, which can cause a lot of harm and damage to the health of the people.

EVALUATION AND SQUIRREL REMOVAL Capital Wildlife Control experts are specially qualified to identify all the points of access that squirrels use to get into your property. With their strong teeth, squirrels can eat wood, aluminum, shingles and vents. Squirrels are adaptive, so working with trained technicians to move adults and babies is the cheapest option. We can block all points of access to prevent squirrels from returning.
CLEAN AND CLEAR Capital Wildlife Control's strategy of extinction is safe, reliable and secure. A part of our work is dedicated to the clean-up and processing of all potentially contaminated that may present a risk to your safety. When squirrels are settled in the house, they can gnaw at power lines and make nests from leaves. Our technician will support you and will advise you on the best clean-up technique to remove squirrels and their remaining nests and replace any damaged insulation. This will allow you to return to a secure and pleasant place for yourself and your family. Removing these nests is an important step because squirrels and their nests are carriers of ticks and fleas that can be passed on to pets and also to people who are living in the house.

As a result, squirrels are able to cause severe damage to buildings and cause major inconvenience to the areas they inhabit.

Squirrels have an average litter of 4 to 6 babies twice a year, one time in the spring and one time at the end of the summer. The squirrels typically use between 5 and 6 nests distributed throughout the property.