Screen Shot 2014-05-21 at 10.59.07 AMActual field work of a HENNEBRY technician baiting a trap to be placed strategically at roof top where squirrels are entering a homeowner’s attic.Squirrels can enter thru a pretty small hole, of not much more than an inch and a half in diameter. They will usually chew the hole bigger for easy access. They typically enter an attic at roof level, far off the ground. Squirrels are great climbers! An entry hole can be anywhere, including the underside of eaves. They will take advantage of gaps in the architecture of your home. Careful inspection of all gables and roof lines are checked for additional entry points to ensure no further access into the home is given to this culprit critter.

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