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Austin Squirrel Control & Removal

About Squirrels: The Eastern Gray Squirrel loves to live inside the attics of Texas homes. Squirrels have two litters of young per year, in late summer and late winter, so people often notice the scurrying of young squirrels in the attic in September or March. Squirrels are rodents, who love to chew on the woodwork of your home, and the electrical wiring inside your attic. We are experts at trapping and removal, plus total "squirrel-proofing" of your house.

Nuisance Concerns: Mostly the noise and the chewing on wood and electrical wires. They can also poop and pee all over the attic.
Squirrels are a common nuisance animal in central Texas. In Austin and Travis County, squirrel have become a particularly common problem, as they have invaded many homes in the area. If you need a professional solution for your Austin squirrel problem, give us at A Wildlife Pro a call. We are experts at squirrel control and removal, and have been working with Texas wildlife for over 10 years. We are familiar with the habits of Texas squirrels, and are experts at humane trapping and removal of this critter. Give us a phone call any time, and we can schedule a same-day or next day appointment.
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  • Residential and Commercial Services
  • Humane Treatment of All Wild Animals
  • Professional Damage Repairs and Prevention
  • Owner Operated - Average 30% Lower Cost
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We service the greater Austin Texas area, north to Georgetown and Cedar Park, and Round Rock, Lakeway, Pflugerville, Elgin, Dripping Springs, Bastrop, Kyle, and more. Call us any time for professional wildlife pest animal control in Austin.

Austin Squirrel Control Emails:

Dear A Wildlife Pro of Austin TX, Squirrels in our attic continue to be a problem We have had our sky lights ruined and repaired at the cost of over $800. The squirrels have made their nests right about our bedroom and office. When a squirrel is scratching, digging, running around (sounds like a body being pulled across the attic) it wakes us up and we hate it knowing they are up there possibly ruining other things.. We have a tile roof and there is no way to find the ins and outs of their moving in and out. It is impossible. We have trapped them in the past and will try trapping them again, for relocation. My concern naturally is that at this time of year they have litters of pups. Do you have any suggestions. I would never harm an animal, but this is driving us crazy. Thank you, Kay

So glad to see your email on computer. How can I get someone to handle this problem for me? I am unable to do anything. It is a flat roof over an area that use to be a porch, and I made a room of the area. I am assuming it is a squirrel. The big snow opened an area which is underneath the extended roof: (snow laying, and melting area). The activity is all day.

I am looking to move into a house that has squirrels living in the walls. I was thinking if we used to one way door you talked about on your website that would work well but would it help to mount a couple large bird type houses in a couple of the many trees on the property to keep them from creating a new entrance point into the house? Squirrels don't bother me as long as they are not in my walls. There is no attic in this house so no easy access to a nest site. And I don't know if there are babies or not so when would be the best time for this proses? we are in Austin Texas if that helps determine potential breeding times or species. Thanks, Miranda

Squirrel has chewed thru soffit screen, has nipples, it is now April. I have contacted critter catchers but we got into the attic and the homeowners before us have sealed that section off. They were going to put a one way but I'm pretty sure she has babies, so we left it for now. We need to seal off the other screens. Should we let critter catchers do it or what should we buy to do it ourselves, while leaving the one screen open. When should I call critter catchers back to install the one way, and if we cannot get to that part of the attic how do we clean it out. What other professional can we call for the attic problem.