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Posted by David on 14:50:11 9/26/2011 from 159.26.240.128:

I work in a complex of 10 buildings. We are experiencing problems with squirrels in 3 buildings as far as we currently know. All the buildings are brick with various styles of wood trim at the roof. The damage is mainly shredded pipe insulation and holes chewed in plastic air tubing (HVAC controls). Reading previous posts on this board, it seems that trapping might be the best choice, but I am not sure if it is feasible for us. Do you have any other suggestions? What should we look for in trying to determine entry points?



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