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Nothing can cause damage to a house faster than rodent infestation, and one of the most common areas for these destructive pests is the attic or crawl space. Setting traps won’t solve the underlying problem of your home being susceptible to rats, mice, squirrels, raccoons, bats or possums. Since rodents can contort their bodies and squeeze through tight spaces, they can be found at various structural points of your home, such as the on the roof, inside the attic, around the perimeter of the house, and in the crawl space.

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When raccoons invade your home, you should expect them to seek shelter in attics, crawl spaces, or chimneys. They are skilled climbers and can cause significant damage while gaining entry. Raccoons may tear insulation, damage wiring, and create messy nests. Additionally, they can pose a health risk as they carry diseases like rabies and can become aggressive if cornered or threatened.



If squirrels find their way into your home, they typically target attics and wall voids. They can chew through wood, insulation, and electrical wiring, leading to potential fire hazards. Squirrels may also create nests, store food, and leave droppings behind. Their activity can be noisy, especially during the morning and evening hours when they are most active.



When mice invade your home, you should expect them to build nests in hidden spaces such as wall voids, cabinets, and basements. They reproduce rapidly, and a small infestation can quickly grow into a larger one. Mice can cause damage by gnawing on wires, furniture, and stored items. They contaminate food with their droppings and urine, posing a health risk.


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Possums typically enter homes seeking food or warmth. They may take up residence in attics, crawl spaces, or under porches. While they are generally not aggressive, they can hiss or show defensive behavior if threatened. Possums may damage insulation, create nests, and leave droppings. They can also carry fleas and ticks.



Chipmunks may invade homes through small openings, seeking food or shelter. They are agile climbers and can gain access to attics or basements. Chipmunks can cause damage by chewing on wood, wires, and stored items. They may also dig burrows in yards, potentially undermining structures and creating tripping hazards.



Skunks may find their way into homes and seek shelter in crawl spaces, sheds, or under decks. When a skunk feels threatened, it may spray a strong-smelling liquid as a defense mechanism. Their presence can be a nuisance due to the odor they emit, and they may dig burrows in yards. It’s important to handle skunk infestations carefully to avoid getting sprayed.



When bats invade homes, they typically roost in attics, chimneys, or wall voids. They are nocturnal creatures and may create noise and fluttering sounds during their active hours. Bats can leave droppings called guano, which can accumulate and create a strong odor. They can also transmit diseases such as rabies, so professional removal is recommended.


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Rodents can

carry and spread a multitude of diseases. Hanta Virus, The Plague, Salmonella, and Lassa Fever are just some of the infectious diseases they can harbor and bring into your home. Poisoning these animals can lead to them decaying in your attic, walls and crawl space, creating more unsanitary conditions and leaving behind a foul stench. Therefore, the only way to keep them out is to locate every possible entryway.

At Atticrawl, we are experts at locating these hidden entry points and sealing them well, without affecting your home’s natural ventilation. Our specialized rodent cleanup process involves removing all feces and dead rodents, followed by an intensive proofing procedure to permanently eliminate entry into your attic or crawl space area.

Signals of a rodent infestation of your home include:

Rodent droppings

Noises at night

Foul odor

Chewed wires

Chewed vents

Obstruction of your ventilation system

Temperature fluctuations

Contaminated insulation

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With AttiCrawl, be confident that your home is safe and your family is fully protected.