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When a rodent is installed into your house, our first reaction is to think that he came through a door that was left opened.
Most of the time, this is not what really happened. They sneak into little places like between the bricks and the soffit, inside a hole that wasn’t sealed properly, the rooftop that misses a little bit of coating. A couple of seconds later and you have a rodent in your house.
Do you know that a hole about the size of a quarter is big enough for a rodent to get inside?
Squirrels and raccoons can use their claws to create a hole by themselves.
We offer a free estimate of where these small animals might enter your home so that you can see for yourself where they might have entered the house. We will repair every single hole and make sure that the problem is settled.