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Squirrel Control, Trapping & Removal Services
We can rid you of Squirrel problems safely and efficiently
Did you know the United States is home to over 200 species of squirrels? Common members of the squirrel family include ground squirrels, tree squirrels, chipmunks, marmots, prairie dogs, and flying squirrels. Texas is home to just eight squirrel species.
Common Squirrel Issues
Some common squirrel issues in Dallas include:
- Disease transmission (like rabies and Lyme disease)
- Home damage
- Squirrel poop
If you have woken up to the sound of scampering above your head, this could be a sign that you have squirrels in your attic. Call the professional squirrel removal specialists at Trutech Dallas before you invest time and money on DIY squirrel control. We have the skills and equipment to effectively and humanely address squirrels, both dead and alive, at any size problem.
Our skilled squirrel technicians are dedicated to helping your regain your comfort and your property. Don’t wait until it’s too late and squirrels have caused serious damage to your Dallas yard, home, or sanity. Contact the specialists from Trutech Dallas to implement humane squirrel removal and control plan to get squirrels out of your walls or garage!
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Tree squirrels are typically 1–2 feet long and have big, bushy tails that act as a balancer while they climb and jump across treetops. Their fur can be black, gray, brown, or rusty red. Ground squirrels are traditionally red–smoky gray in color and often show striped or spotted patterns. Ground squirrel tails are significantly shorter/thinner than tree squirrels’. Flying squirrels are tan/gray with lighter bellies and black stripes along their sides.
Tree squirrels and flying squirrels are primarily herbivores, enjoying nuts, seeds, grasses, roots, and other plant materials, but flying squirrels have been known to also eat birds, eggs, and insects. Squirrels’ omnivorous nature leads them to find food sources wherever they are available, often targeting bird feeders and garbage.
Tree squirrels and flying squirrels are most comfortable nesting in wooded regions with lots of trees and ground cover. Their nests are made of leaves and small twigs in high areas of trees or inside tree holes. Ground squirrels, as their name suggests, are often found nesting in open areas like meadows. They dig tunnels and burrows to live in.