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Squirrel Removal Toronto

Expert Squirrel Removal and Control in Toronto and the GTA

Squirrel Control

Do you hear squirrels scurrying around under your roof or see them disappearing into your shed?

Have you noticed boxes and other items have been shredded in your garage?

Are there more squirrels running riot in your back yard than you would like?

If so, contact Sande Wildlife Control experts of Toronto without delay.

We have the skills, experience and humane techniques to manage and eliminate your squirrel problem right away and we’ll take the preventive steps you need to stop them from coming back inside.

Call us now on 416-902-6249, contact us online, or e-mail: and ask about our squirrel removal, control and relocation techniques.

Our past clients rate our services 10/10 – see for yourself by browsing Toronto’s local online contractor ratings page at (type ‘wildlife removal services’ into the search box).

We also invite you to browse our own testimonials included here on this website.

All about removing and controlling squirrel infestations in the Toronto and GTA area

Anyone who lives in and around Toronto’s urban areas knows that squirrels, like so many other urban wildlife pests, are well adapted to humans and are frequent squatters in our roofs, sheds, garages, and any other warm, dry and sheltered spot to which they can get access.

They are experts at breaking and entering and will chew away at the smallest hole or crevice in soffits, shingles or eaves to make it big enough to provide an entry and exit point. Then they will tear up boxes and other chewable items and bring nesting material into their new home and proceed to make themselves cozy and comfortable for the cold winter months.

The problem is that, apart from the damage their chewing can cause, their nests can create a fire hazard and in any case are unhygienic, unsanitary and unpleasant-smelling breeding grounds of bacteria, fungus and other human health hazards. In addition, the squirrels themselves have fleas and other parasites that can cause us harm.

Some reasons to deal with your squirrel problem sooner rather than later

  • Squirrels have an average of two litters a year, each with up to 15 offspring although less than half of these are likely to survive.
  • Squirrels can cause major structural damage to roof, soffit, eaves and other entry points and will also shred attic and garage boxes and other chewable contents to make their nests.
  • Squirrels often get stuck in chimneys and you may only become aware of the problem when they fall down and start to run about your home or when you smell their decaying carcass!
  • Squirrels have even been known to eat through power cables and PVC pipes.

Why choose Sande Wildlife Control to control, remove and eliminate your squirrel problem in the Mississauga?

Squirrels are one of the most common wildlife animal pests in Markham, Mississauga, Thornhill, Richmond Hill, King City, Ajax, Maple, Whitby, Caledon, Stouffville, downtown Toronto and other areas in the GTA. At Sande Wildlife Control we are experts in humanely trapping squirrels and then releasing them back into the wild far from your Toronto home or commercial property.

We avoid using toxic poison baits since these can horribly backfire if your household pet gets hold of a dying animal or if it gets stuck in a wall or roof space and cannot get out.

Once we have trapped and removed your squirrel pest we will thoroughly inspect your property to identify and seal all entry and exit points securely so that no other squirrels or different types of wildlife try to get back in and set up home.

To find out more about our professional and humane squirrel removal, control and relocation service for Toronto and the GTA please contact Sande Wildlife Control by calling 416-902-6249, contact us online, or e-mail us at

Sande Wildlife Control of Toronto: experts in removing and controlling squirrels, bats, skunks, raccoons, opossums, wasps and other wildlife invaders.