Vancouver's Best Squirrel Control
We are the Lower Mainland's leader in squirrel control and removal. We remove your squirrels, mitigate available resources, and repair any accesses to structures in one cheap and efficient service. We can permanently remove your squirrels in 1-2 days.
Vancouver's Most Humane Squirrel Control
We use only the best certified and humane traps and methods. Utilizing a structural focus, we can quickly and permanently remove your squirrels in a way that you can be proud of.
Live Trapping Is Not As Humane As You Might Think
Granted, live trapping should be considered before lethal control. However, statistically, most animals do not survive longer than a few months following relocation from their home-range. Simply pest-proofing your structure is usually the best method for squirrels. Not only does this immediately remove the squirrels, but it prevents any others from gaining access.
Depending on the situation, we may suggest either live trapping or lethal trapping (this is rare). We use only the most humane traps and methods available, we are experts at quickly and cheaply trapping squirrels.
Exclusion (Pest Proofing)
We are experts at finding every access squirrels are using to access your structure, as well as common accesses that may not have been exploited yet. We can quickly and cheaply pest-proof your structure, permanently.
We offer a minimum 1-year warranty on all exclusion work for squirrels, we are the industry leaders in squirrel exclusion. Try us out! You have nothing to lose with our all-inclusive warranty.
Grey Squirrels Are A Threat To Our
Native Species By:
• Damage Garry Oak trees by
stripping bark and eating acorns
• Eat the bulbs of Camas flowers
• Compete with and displace
native red squirrels
• Transfer diseases to red
• Compete with native birds for
tree cavities and bird feeders
• Eat bird eggs and nestlings
Gray Squirrels Are Invasive
Eastern Grey Squirrels were
introduced to Vancouver Island in
1966 from eastern North America.
They are quickly spreading up the
island from their point of
introduction in Metchosin.
They cause damage to homes,
gardens and farms by:
• Digging up lawns and eating garden
• Chewing on wire, removing shingles
and shakes, and chewing through
eaves to nest in attics, roofs and
• Damaging nut trees and depleting
nut production (hazelnuts and
• Removing bark from trees