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Posted by Nellie on 11:40:34 11/8/2010 from 72.88.157.187:

In reply to: Re: chipmunks or squirrels...or both? posted by John Fasoldt on 5:15:16 10/27/2010 from 98.110.81.72:

thanks for your feedback on this; we have trapped two baby squirrels, but also suspect that chipmunks may be gaining entry as well. We did find holes around the power lines that are attached to the side of our house. A spot that I otherwise would not have been looking at carefully, but after ready your website, saw references to that area, and took a closer look. The holes were cleverly made in an area just where the roof shingles meet the side of the house, and right next to where the power cables are. Hard to see, but we found it. So we had the pest control guy come and cover (with wire) the squirrel holes we found, and he made an *exit hole* with same stuff, so if there are any inside they can get out. so far, this plan seems to be working.

So my question for you now is: how long do we wait to get the shingles replaced that were eaten through by the squirrels?



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