Chipmunk Removal And PreventionChipmunks are cute and entertaining little animals in pictures and cartoons, and most people enjoy watching them run around their yard. They’re so cute and quirky – who couldn’t help but love them and want them around? These rodents may be cute to look at, but they aren’t animals that you want hanging out close to your home. The expert team at Minnesota Wild Animal Management specializes in chipmunk prevention so that you will not have to worry about chipmunks trying to eat or burrow around your home and yard.

When Chipmunks Enter Your Residence

Chipmunks are determined and stubborn creatures that will continuously work to enter attics and other spaces. If you are experiencing a chipmunk problem in your home or place of business, chances are these troublesome critters have already established multiple entry points. Our technicians are professionals that will take the necessary steps to not only assess the problem and remove the chipmunks but also repair any damage and prevent them from re-entering your home.

How Chipmunks Get In Homes

Chipmunks live in wooded areas and often build their nests in trees. However, it is typical of these animals to nest in attics or walls of residential homes and buildings by finding small spaces for entry. Attics and walls provide chipmunks with a warm and dry place to live. For both chipmunk genders, walls and attics provide year-round wood for gnawing, shelter from the cold, and space to store food.

Why You Should Consider The Removal Of Chipmunks

Chipmunks are part of the rodent family and considered to be agricultural and horticultural pests when they eat gardens and destroy plants and shrubbery. When Chipmunks are present in larger numbers, they can cause significant structural damage by burrowing under patios, stairs, retention walls, garage aprons and foundations. If you notice sunken sidewalks, burrowing holes near the foundation of your house, or sudden and unexplained electrical problems, you could very well have a chipmunk infestation that needs to be addressed immediately.

The professionals at Minnesota Wild Animal Management are experts in chipmunk removal and prevention. With their many years and vast experience in the pest control industry, the professionals at Minnesota Wild Animal Management know where to look and what to look for in solving your problem and ridding your property of the infestation. Not only will they solve the problem, but they will also take the appropriate measures necessary to see it does not happen again.

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