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Georgia Squirrel Removal
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Look at this little guy! We put him back in the nest in the gutters as they are not causing any trouble now.
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This is a rodent chew hole on a fascia board. The squirrel was able to chew this hole because the decking didn't meet the fascia correctly. In our industry we refer to this as the construction gap.
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Squirrel entry point seen from inside the attic.
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If you look in the soffit you will notice the yellow insulation. Squirrels brought that insulation from other parts of the attic to create a nest. This behavior quickly destroys your attic insulation. This will cost the homeowner hundreds of dollars every year in heating and cooling. Notice the insulation is below the floor joists. The insulation should be well above the joists. Twelve inches minimum, R-30 is what it should be. That is the Georgia building code.
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2/4/16
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Looks like one of the tenants has an eye on us today.
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Wow! These squirrels chewed this electrical wire down to the bare copper! EXTREME FIRE HAZARD!
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Baby grey squirrel.
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Snake released.
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Classic example of why trees touching your roof is not a good idea. Animals will just climb up the side of your home if they want to but why make it easy?
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5/27/15
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Gutter guards don't stop squirrels.
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