London squirrel control, extermination, prevention and removal
you have a problem with squirrels at your home or business?
If you’re looking for a squirrel removal service in London
to address a problem with squirrels roosting at your home or business,
we can help.
is the leading London provider in the assessment, treatment and
prevention of squirrel problems in both homes and businesses.
can visit your premises and advise you on the best way of dealing
with squirrels, including the removal of squirrels from loft spaces.
Our squirrel removal and prevention services cover all areas of
London and the M25 area.
will respond to your call within just two hours – 24/7,
365 days a year.
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discuss your squirrel problem and how we can help you with it,
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Below is some helpful information on the most common type of Squirrel
that you may be having problems with.
and body length: 25-26.5cm.
(adult): about 500gm.
Grey squirrel tail length: around 22cm
squirrels have grey fur with large bushy tails, which they arch
over their back.
squirrels breed around February/March, and occasionally again
squirrels can have 1–3 litters a year and around 1–7
young per litter.
grey squirrels’ gestation periods last around 45 days.
Young are weaned after 8–10 weeks.
squirrels are capable of breeding at around 7 months, but on
average breeding takes place at around 10–12 months.
the wild less than 1% lives for more than 6 years but have they
have been known to live to 8 or 9 years.
squirrels are common in deciduous and mixed woodlands. They
are also found in hedgerows, banking, gardens, trees and farms.
squirrel dreys (nests) are compact and sphere-shaped. They are
30-60cm in diameter and surrounded by twigs, dry leaves and
feed on acorns, tree shoots, flowers, nuts, fruits, roots and
cereals. Food is eaten at ground level.
range covers 2-10 hectares and they bury spare food 2-5cm below
the soil or in tree hollows.
are diurnal, active before sunrise and after sunset. The peak
of activity is in the autumn.
can nest in Lofts, wall cavities, and the void in-between false
gnawing they can damage tree bark and the fabric of buildings.
squirrels are widespread and not protected in the UK.