Chipmunk Control

Chipmunk control and nuisance animals found in Massachusetts, New Hampshire and Southern Maine.

 

A member of the squirrel family, chipmunks can live up to 3 years and they are about 7 inches long. Out of the 25 chipmunk species, 24 of them live in the New England area. Although they are adorable little fury creatures, a chipmunk infestation is not something you would want on your property or in your home.

Chipmunks

Chipmunks

Chipmunks can cause serious damage to both the interior and exterior of your property by digging holes and burrows under stairs, or patios and have been known to destroy some beautifully landscaped yards. If a chipmunk infestation gets out of control, they can cause structural damage and jeopardize the integrity of stairs, patios, and foundations. They can even find their way to the interior of a house through small holes.

By taking some precautions, you can try to prevent a chipmunk infestation.  Put away pet food after feeding your pets, especially if the food is outside.  Keep debris and wood piles away from your home since Chipmunks seek shelter in these areas. Once you notice a chipmunk on your property, chances are there are several more will be moving in soon.  Having professional exterminator is the most effective way to get rid of chipmunks.

Contact A1 Exterminators at (800) 525-4825 to have a trained and licensed professional trap and remove the animals.

 

Click on the link below to learn more information on other nuisance animals and wildlife pest control.

Squirrel Control
Bat Control
Raccoon Control
Opossum Control
Skunk Control
Beaver Control
Bird Control

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