Wildlife Removal New Hampshire


Squirrels look really cute from a distance, and many homeowners admire them in the environment and outside their yards. However, squirrels in a yard or home can be annoying and result in a lot of damages. Their activities cause harm to the homeowner, the structure, and the yard. Squirrels are animal pests that love to chew, and so they gnaw on cables, furniture, plumbing, and wiring systems, causing great losses to the homeowner.

For this reason, the presence of squirrels in a living space is unwelcome, and Wildlife X Team New Hampshire is the best professional team to evict and send them back to their natural habitat.


The cost of squirrel removal will be less if the squirrels infest areas outside the home as we can easily trap and remove them from your yard. However, if squirrels infest areas in your home like the attic, porch, chimney, and roof, the eviction will be more strenuous as we will have to inspect the house, seal the entry holes and remove squirrels and their colonies from your home. We will also clean up the mess that the squirrels leave behind.

It is easier to trap squirrels as most states have laws supporting the humane trapping and removal of squirrels. Squirrels produce offspring every year and love quiet, dark, and warm places, and these just happen to be areas within your home.


  • Squirrels damage plumbing and wiring systems.
  • They serve as vectors and intermediate hosts of many disease pathogens.
  • Squirrels steal food from every source. These include the storeroom, pet food, garbage can, and crops in the garden.


There are various methods you can employ to evict squirrels from your spaces. Some of these include:

        USING SQUIRREL TRAPS AND CAGES: Different squirrel traps are available on the market that you can successfully use for squirrel capture. However, you must employ the services of professionals like us at Wildlife X Team to do this right. You must also consider the state laws that concern wildlife capture and transfer and adhere to them to avoid legal actions. The professionals at Wildlife X Team New Hampshire are aware of these laws, and all our services revolve around the state’s animal rights laws.

You can use box cages to trap these critters by placing the cages at the entry and exit points. The cage locks automatically after the squirrel enters it and aids you to safely relocate and transport the squirrel from your house.

Be careful when handling trapped squirrels as they become antsy when in confinement and bite or scratch when trapped. Wear protective clothing when handling squirrels and always work with a professional.


        REMOVE SQUIRREL ATTRACTANTS FROM YOUR HOME: Squirrels love a wide variety of food, fruits, and junk. The presence of these in your space attracts squirrels to your home, and when they find a food source, they are difficult to get rid of. Your best bet is the removal of these plants and food. Also, keep your yard clean, dispose of any food remnants, and feed your pet animals indoors to keep squirrels away.

      ●    SQUIRREL EXCLUSION: Wildlife X Team New Hampshire has professionals that can advise you on squirrel exclusion techniques like fencing, sealing holes, and covering vents with chicken wire mesh.

Both squirrel removal from yards and homes requires expertise, experience, skills, and suitable equipment for successful service. Wildlife X Team offers professional services to New Hampshire and surrounding areas that include squirrel removal, and the cleanup of droppings, urine, and food remnants that the squirrel leaves behind. We also decontaminate the attic and repair damages that the squirrels may have caused. 


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    Wildlife X Team services New Hampshire and surrounding areas including:

    Laconia, Meredith, Alton Bay, Alton, Ossipee, Center Harbor, Center Tuftonboro, Gilmanton, Gilmanton Iron Works, Holderness, Rumney, Lochmere, Loudon, Newfound Lake, Moultonborough, Gilford (Govt. Isl), Grafton, Plymouth, Andover, Danbury, Hebron, Tilton, Winnisquam, Ashland, New Hampton, Bristol, Salisbury, Wolfeboro Falls, Belmont, Hill, Bridgewater, New London, Sunapee, Wilmot, Wolfeboro, Holderness, Franklin, Squam Lake, Sanbornton, Lake Winnipesaukee, Sunapee Lake, and Silver Lake.

    Our services are affordable, professional, and excellent. Visit our home office or place a call for more inquiries and service requests.


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