Gastonia Squirrel Removal

Gastonia Squirrel Removal

Squirrel Control, Squirrel Removal NCGastonia Squirrel Removal is a common problem that homeowners face starting in early fall. Grey squirrels can have two litters a year and usually are born in August and September in the Piedmont region which includes Gaston County. All Gastonia Squirrel Removal problems should be handled by a Gastonia Squirrel Removal professional. Grey squirrels commonly chew on electrical wires and need to be removed from the attic immediately once detected to prevent potential attic fires. The electrical wires that are most vulnerable are going to be closest to the nesting area. We offer squirrel removal inspections for Mooresville and communities throughout Gaston County including Kings Mountain, Bessemer City, Dallas, Belmont and Cramerton.

Grey squirrels are listed by the State of North Carolina as a nuisance wildlife animal and Gastonia Squirrel Removal is a problem that Gaston County Animal Care Control will not handle. When you are dealing with Gastonia Squirrel Removal you need to hire a Gastonia Squirrel Removal company with the appropriate north carolina wildlife control license. The you hire must be registered with the North Carolina Wildlife Resource Commission.

While performing Gastonia Squirrel Removal in Gaston County, whether it is humane live trapping or using euthanasia traps, the squirrel removal wildlife damage control agent in Gastonia is required to fill out a Wildlife Damage Control Agent Form. The form is a State Permit to Destroy or Remove Wildlife Injurious to Agriculture or Personal Property. Squirrel removal is legal at all times of the year but it is highly recommended that you use a Gastonia Squirrel Removal Professional. Grey squirrels are the most common squirrels in Gastonia North Carolina and are the most destructive. These squirrels have proven to be a nuisance in and around the Gastonia and Gaston County areas.

For your wildlife control and wildlife removal needs in North Carolina and South Carolina, call PCA Wildlife at (704) 777-8003.