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Squirrel Removal
Squirrel Trapping
Squirrel Damage Repair
Squirrel Exclusion

Serving Owosso, Corunna, East Lansing, Okemos, Bath, St. Johns, Chesaning, Flushing, Swartz Creek, Bancroft, Williamston, DeWitt, Durand, Ovid, Perry, and Laingsburg

We will humanely trap and remove squirrels from your premises. Holes will then be sealed and damages repaired to ensure that new squirrels do not move in.

Call today to schedule an inspection.

(989) 472-1333



Squirrels are intelligent and persistent animals that possess the ability to chew holes into most home construction materials. 

They often enter homes through vents or gaps between the soffit and shingles on the roof. 

We will thoroughly inspect your home to determine exactly where they are getting in. Once the squirrels have been dealt with, we close their entry points and secure common entry areas against future access. 


After identifying the entry points, we will set traps at these locations to capture and remove the animals. By removing the squirrels from the premises, we reduce the risk of new holes being created by squirrels who know the building as home. 

We use a combination of live and lethal trapping methods for best results.

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Red squirrels are our most common target squirrel. These small, noisy animals will often be heard running around in attics and climbing up and down inside of walls. 

Red squirrels can be easily identified by their small size. They have a red to gray colored back and tail, with a white belly.


Although you are most likely to see a fox squirrel running around your yard, they are also the least likely to be the cause of attic activity. We do find some instances of fox squirrels entering homes, but we usually end up removing them from a location simply to keep them from interfering with trapping efforts. 

Fox squirrels are the largest species of squirrel in Michigan. Their backs are grey to brown with orange tails and bellies.


Gray squirrels are less common than their larger fox squirrel cousins in most areas of Michigan. The gray squirrel is actually an international nuisance pest and has become invasive in many places around the world. 

Gray squirrels can be most easily identified by their silver gray coloring, although they sometimes will have more of a brownish color when they are young. 


In Michigan, there is no species of black squirrel. Instead, the black squirrels that can be observed in many areas are actually gray or fox squirrels with a genetic mutation that causes an overproduction of melanin. 

Black squirrels can sometimes be seen with white patches randomly in their fur or with orange tails. 



Flying squirrels are the most inconspicuous species of squirrel in Michigan. Being small and nocturnal, they very often go unnoticed while outdoors. However, they can become quite noisy in your attic. 

Flying squirrels are colonial, meaning that they like to live together in groups of up to 20 individuals.

These animals can be identified by their silver coloring and large dark eyes. They can also be seen "flying," which is quite distinctive. Flying squirrels are often confused with sugar gliders, which are completely unrelated but sometimes kept as pets.


Chipmunks are the smallest of the squirrels listed here. These are burrowing animals that prefer to spend their time on and under the ground. They will however enter basements if they find an opening.

Chipmunks are often confused with red squirrels but can be differentiated by the black stripes on their back and the short, skinny tail.


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