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Atlanta Squirrel Control & Removal

About Squirrels: The Eastern Gray Squirrel loves to live inside the attics of Georgia 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.

Squirrels are a common nuisance animal in southeast Georgia. In Atlanta and Fulton County, squirrel have become a particularly common problem, as they have invaded many homes in the area.

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We cover a wide service range and remove wildlife in all of the greater Atlanta, GA metropolitan area, including the towns of Marietta, Sandy Springs, Roswell, Alpharetta, Suwanee, Duluth, Decatur Norcross, Auburn, Winder, Lawrenceville, Tucker, Mountain Park, Stone Mountain, Panthersville, East Point, Mableton, Smyrna, and more. We service Fulton County, Gwinnett County, DeKalb County, Colb County, and Cherokee County.

If in doubt about our service range or any of the types of services we offer, just give us a call, and we will let you know if we service your area and/or your wildlife problem.  We look forward to hearing from you!

Atlanta Squirrel Control Emails:

Hello David! I’ve been researching options to getting rid of squirrels that have entered the soffit in the front of my house peak – and honestly, I CAN’T afford an exterminator in Atlanta. I called my county’s animal and pest control and they want $260 just for an evaluation/estimate, and then $60 for every squirrel trapped…..UGGHHH!! The other day I counted 6-8 squirrels coming in and out of the hole in my soffit…..That is NOT OK! I freaked! Of course I hate the idea that I have a forest of animals living in my roof/attic/house…..which since this has been noticed, I also have mice in my house for the first time in 9 years….also NOT OK! I am a full time working single mother of 3 that doesn’t make much money, and now I have a house infested with animals…..BEFORE they chew wires, destroy my house, or God forbid, find a way INTO the house, I need to get help at a reasonable price…..what can you do for me? I’m freaking out! In the past year I’ve run into health troubles that medical and dental is costing me an arm and a leg….was hospitalized for a week with blood clots, shortly after lost use of my arms and legs, and found out I have lupus, and just this past Thursday had 6 more teeth pulled – all due to my illness. I have 3 teens I’m trying to raise and get through school on my own, have one vehicle that’s costing me a lot of money in repairs, and a house that I’m doing my DAMNDEST to hang onto in a horrible market – and now I have varmints and need Atlanta squirrel removal…..PLEASE HELP!

I’m in Atlanta, Georgia. I need help, there is something trapped in the soffit above my kitchen cabinets and it is struggling to get out. I hear it scratching frantically and something's thrashing around and sometimes I hear the thump of paws. But it doesn’t sound like a giant raccoon or anything, I think it is smaller, maybe a squirrel. I don’t know if there are wires up there; I am a little concerned about the electrical should it try to chew through wire. I know squirrels can do that. Please contact me back, no one answers your phone. ASAP? Thanks Marianna

I don't really have a problem, just more of a nuisance. A squirrel has taken to eating a decorative plant that apparently taste good. Is there anything I could use to stop this? >Spray Ropel or habanera sauce on the plant.

I actually attract squirrels to my back deck in the winter: I have no problem with their presence on my property. However, I had an experience today that I simply don't understand and haven't been able to find an explanation for on the Internet. When I awoke this morning, my cat had deposited a small squirrel (probably a couple or three months old) on the doormat. I decided to bury the poor creature and first wrapped it in paper and sealed it in a plastic bag. I left it on a cabinet top on the back deck. When I returned later to bury it, the bag and paper were on the deck floor and another larger squirrel was running down the steps to the yard with the dead squirrel firmly held between its teeth. I watched as it climbed a nearby tree with the carcass. I would like to know why the Atlanta squirrel retrieved the dead body but I can find no Internet information on this subject. Can you point me to a reliable source? Many thanks. Frank Marietta, Ga