Squirrel Control & Removal in NY & VT

Whether they’re trying to take over your bird feeder or building nests in your attic, squirrels are one of the most common forms of nuisance wildlife in New York and Vermont. Not only can they do serious damage to your yard and home, but many squirrels carry diseases, like rabies, as well as parasites, fleas and ticks.

If your home or yard is overrun with these bushy tailed menaces, Nature’s Way Pest Control can help. Our professional licensed wildlife control experts are trained to use a variety of humane methods for squirrel removal, and can even seal off entry points, perform attic clean outs, and install pest control attic insulation.

Schedule your Free Inspection today. Call (518) 745-5958 in New York or (802) 855-2978 in Vermont.

Attic Clean Outs & Pest Control Insulation

Any time you have animals living in the attic or walls of your home, it’s best to contact a professional exterminator. There could be a nest of babies you don’t know about, and in some case, rabies or toxins may be present. Unless you are trained and have the proper equipment, you should not attempt to remove wildlife, animal waste or damaged insulation from your own.

Our licensed wildlife control experts use humane catch and release traps for squirrel removal from your yard or home.  If your insulation is damaged, we can also remove and install special pest-control insulation that has been treated with environmentally-friendly pesticides. And to prevent future infestations, we offer Pest Block Protection Packages and Ridge-Guard® attic systems.

Service Areas

If you need a squirrel exterminator in Albany, Saratoga, Glens Falls or as far north as Plattsburgh NY, call (518) 745-5958, or complete an online request for a free inspection. You can also contact our wildlife control experts in Rutland, Burlington and throughout Western Vermont by calling (802) 855-2978.

About Squirrels

Eastern Gray Squirrels

The most common cause of squirrel problems in Glens Falls NY is the gray squirrel. These rodents have predominantly gray fur with a white underbelly and a big, bushy tail. Their fur can also appear brownish in color. They are very agile and seemingly defy gravity, able to scale the vertical walls of your home. They sharpen and clean their teeth daily by gnawing on hard branches, which allows them to easily chew through insulation and electrical wires.

American Red Squirrels

Smaller than gray squirrels with smaller bushy tails, red squirrels vary in color from brownish-red to grayish red with white bellies and white fur around their eyes. Red squirrels can be found throughout the Northeast from Albany to the Adirondacks and into Vermont. Red squirrels build multiple nests within their territory and move their young between them. They love attics, and particularly insulation. Not only is it warm, but it’s easy to chew, break into pieces and move from place to place.

Northern Flying Squirrels

With big wide eyes, a thick cinnamon colored coat and a white belly, the flying squirrel is most distinguished by the furry membrane that stretches from its front limbs to its ankles. Since they are nocturnal and secretive, they are rarely seen, but we have received calls for flying squirrel problems in Albany, Saratoga and Lake George, as well as Vermont. If these rodents take up residence in your attic, they can cause a noticeable odor and damage with their urine.

If you suspect you have a squirrel problem, please contact us, so that we can provide you with a free inspection and advise you on the best treatment plan for your property.

What our customers are saying

This past Spring I discovered an active nest of carpenter ants in my basement. Josh came, evaluated, and treated the basement and exposed wiring and plumbing. He also sprayed the outside of the foundation, and agreed when I asked him to use only the cedar-cinnamon spray outdoors. After the first deluge of dead ants in the basement, I’ve seen no evidence of ants in the house, much to my relief. Josh has been very friendly, professional and courteous throughout the treatment, including wearing his mask and keeping his distance.

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