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Quality Squirrel Removal 
Williamstown NJ

Quickly Get Rid of Squirrels From Your Home

Have a squirrel roaming around your attic? This is not uncommon. Most times, squirrel will find a crack in your roof or an open vent and crawl their way into your home. This actually one of the most common things we see. Instead of finding a way to try and chase the squirrel out yourself, why not let the professionals take care of things safely?

The team at Conscious Critter Removal in Williamstown, NJ are here for all of your squirrel removal needs. It all starts with the initial consultation. On that call, we’ll ask you relevant questions, such as where the squirrel is located and how long you’ve had the issue. From there, a member of our team will travel to your location to safely capture the squirrel. Once captured, we will then release it back into the wild either on your property or nearby.


We will also help you block the access, so they’re not able to come back in. Plus, we’ve got some additional tips of what you can do to deter this from happening again. 

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Exceptional Customer Service

At Conscious Critter Removal, we don't just remove squirrels, we remove the stress and worry that comes with a critter infestation. Our team of experts understands the urgency of the situation and responds promptly to your inquiries, scheduling appointments that fit your busy schedule. We believe that professionalism and courteousness go hand in hand, and our technicians are not only experts in squirrel removal, but also friendly and respectful individuals who will put your needs first.

We understand that dealing with a critter infestation, like having an animal in the attic or crawlspace, can be stressful. We believe in providing affordable wildlife removal services so your critter problem doesn't break the bank. Our quotes are upfront, comprehensive, and free from any hidden fees or surprises. We strive to deliver cost-effective solutions while still providing the best wildlife removal service possible! 

At our core, your satisfaction is our ultimate goal. We stand behind the quality of our work and offer a satisfaction guarantee. If you're not completely satisfied with our services, we'll make it right. We firmly believe that trust and transparency are essential for any successful relationship, which is why we prioritize these values in all of our interactions with clients like you.

Don't let pesky squirrels damage your property. Contact Conscious Critter Removal today and take back control of your space - Whether you have squirrels in the attic or need critter removal and wildlife removal services, we've got you covered! Our team of experts is ready to provide you with the exceptional customer experience you deserve. Contact us today to schedule an inspection and make sure your home is Critter-proof.

FAQs about Squirrels and Squirrel Removal

Are grey squirrels native to New Jersey?

No, grey squirrels are not native to New Jersey. They were introduced to the state in the late 1800s and have since thrived in the region.

How can I identify a grey squirrel?

Grey squirrels have a grey to black fur coloration, a slender body, and a bushy tail that is often as long as their body. They are larger than other squirrel species commonly found in New Jersey.

Why are squirrels in my attic?

Just like all critters, squirrels are just trying to survive! They are always in search of food, water and a warm, safe space to sleep or raise their young. They usually build nests, known as dreys, typically high up in trees. These nests are made of twigs, leaves, and other natural materials, but your home is much warmer and secure than being up in a tree! Squirrels have 24/7 to test every inch of your roof and soffits, looking for a potential entry point.

Do grey squirrels hibernate?

Grey squirrels do not hibernate. Instead, they remain active throughout the year, although they may spend more time in their nests during harsh winter weather.

Are grey squirrels aggressive towards humans?

Grey squirrels are generally not aggressive towards humans, but like all wild animals, they can be unpredictable so you don't want to get too close to them. If they feel threatened or cornered they might become aggressive so it's best to keep your distance. 

What do grey squirrels eat?

Grey squirrels eat nuts, acorns, seeds, and the buds of plants and trees. They have an omnivorous diet and may also consume fruits, fungi, insects, and bird eggs. If they have access to trash, they will develop a taste for human food.

How long do grey squirrels live?

Grey squirrels typically live for around 5 to 10 years in the wild. However, some individuals have been known to live up to 15 years or more.

Do grey squirrels cause property damage?

Squirrels have razor sharp teeth and claws that can chew through wood, siding, and even metal. If they find a potential entry point into your attic, they will bite and scratch until they can make their way in. Once they gain access to your home they can chew up wires, destroy insulation and even make their way into your walls! They can cause thousands of dollars in property damage.

Can grey squirrels be kept as pets?

In most places, it is not legal to keep grey squirrels as pets. They are wild animals and require specific care and habitat that cannot be easily replicated in a home environment.

How can I deter grey squirrels from my garden or bird feeders?

To deter grey squirrels from your garden or bird feeders, you can use squirrel-proof feeders with mechanisms that prevent them from accessing the food. Placing physical barriers, such as baffles, can also help discourage their presence.

When is the squirrels mating period? 

The gray squirrel is capable of reproducing within only a few months after its own birth. The first mating period occurs in January and the second mating period is in late spring or early summer. 

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