How Not to Seal Animals Out of a House

I get a bunch of pictures of DIY animal-proofing attempts like this one that Devante sent me. It looks like this homeowner tried to use foam sealant to seal squirrels out of their house. As you can see, that idea didn't work out so well --- other than perhaps providing some belly laughs for the squirrels.

Most people have no idea how resourceful animals are and how hard they'll work to get back into a home. They think the critters will come upon the repair, mutter a few nasty words under their breath, and walk away. I can assure you that that's not how it works. They'll try to get back in; and if it's especially cool outside or if they have young in the house, they'll try even harder.

That's why you need animal control professionals to animal-proof your home. We not only know how to keep the animals out, but we stand behind our work with the best warranty in the business.

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