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Santa Ana wildlife control tip of the month:
I was on your website and I had a question for you. How can I tell Santa Ana animal control by sound if I have
a squirrel or a mouse in my wall? Some history: I have a new home. It’s only 4 years
old and for the four years I’ve been in my home I’ve been plagued Santa Ana animal control with critters in my
wall. I know for a fact one of the nuisance was field mice. They would come in late
fall and leave late spring (every year). I believe Santa Ana pest control I pretty much have that problem under
control. I found some gaps that the builder didn’t close (no roof sheeting behind the gutter
in a couple of spots, didn’t caulk where siding met Santa Ana pest control brick, these are all places where the mice
were getting in, and open weep holes). I bought some weep hole vents and install them this summer
that has drastically cute down on the activity Santa Ana wildlife removal in the walls.
I still have some activity, and
that brings me to this question. How do I distinguish what I’m hearing now is leftover mice or a
squirrel? I hear the noise mostly during the day. With Santa Ana animal trapping the mice it was all night long, a lot of
movement. This noise sounds heavier, and it’s a thumping noise. Not a lot of scrambling in the wall.
I hear it mostly during the day, very little Santa Ana exterminatora movement at night.
All my wiring is ran underground
(electrical and cable) is it possible an underground critter is coming in along the underground lines?
The only reason I’m asking, the wall where the lines Santa Ana exterminator come into the house, is the wall where I’ve had all of the activity.
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