Why Squirrels on Fenton Roofs Cause Big Problems in Winter

squirrel on roof

Squirrels are fun to watch. It's fun to see one tree squirrel chasing another squirrel across the yard at full tilt. It's fun to see a squirrel race up a tree and run across a branch. It's fun to see a squirrel leap from a branch, land on the roof, and start chewing on the flimsy aluminum of a soffit. Okay. Maybe not that last one. But, sadly, when tree squirrels are encouraged to come in close to our homes, this kind of behavior happens. Continue

Keeping Your Roof Free of Squirrels This Fall

squirrel eating an acorn

Squirrels are fun to watch. For some people, they are also fun to feed. You may be one of those people. If you are, you should know that feeding squirrels will give them more reason to explore your exterior walls and find ways to get inside your home. Continue

How Are Squirrels Getting Into My Home?

squirrel near home

If you're hearing bumping, thumping, scraping, and other strange noises coming from your attic, it can make you wonder what's up there, and how it got there. But, when you're standing outside of your home and you watch a squirrel enter in through a small hole in your roofline, fascia, or soffit, it leaves little doubt about either. Let's take a look at this and other ways squirrels can get into your home and, more importantly, how they do it. Continue

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