Flying Squirrels in Attic – Oak Ridge TN



Flying Squirrels in Your Attic or Chimney in Oak Ridge?

Flying squirrel removal is one of our specialties, along with  prevention and restoring your Oak Ridge area home from flying squirrel damage. Call now! We offer competitive pricing and use humane methods.

Usual Squirrel Removal Tasks in Oak Ridge:


  • Home Inspections to Find Entry Hole(s)

  • Remove Babies by Hand 

  • Trap Adult Squirrels 

  • Seal Shut Entry Holes after Removal

  • Clean & Sanitize the Attic – Remove Feces & Nesting Material, then Sanitize

  • We Can Remove Soiled Insulation & Replace With New Insulation, if Needed


 >> Call Alpha Wildlife now for a FREE Assessment at (865) 224-6555.

Tell Tale Signs That You Have A Flying Squirrel Infestation in Attic

Several animals find their way into our homes, but one of the most obvious signs you have a flying squirrel in your home is if you hear strange or unexpected noises in your attic or in your chimney early in the morning and in the evening. This is when flying squirrels are most active. Many animals are nocturnal, so you only hear them at night. Often, you’ll hear a ‘scratching’ noise or very quick scurrying around. Rats can also be active during the day.

Very often, flying squirrels find their way into homes in search for a secluded, safe and quiet place to give birth. Flying squirrels like to nest in high places, like trees and attics.


What should you do?  We recommend that you act proactively and call our wildlife removal specialists to remove the flying squirrel before it has babies or causes major damage to your electrical wiring, which can become a fire hazard.

Professional wildlife trappers will inspect your home for entry points, set up traps, look for babies, clean and sanitize the area, seal the entry and discuss squirrel prevention in the Oak Ridge TN area.



Flying Squirrel Damage Can Be Extensive

Flying squirrels can chew electrical wires, create insulation damage, have babies in your attic or chimney and contaminate your attic with their feces and urine.

Alpha Wildlife Removes:


  Flying squirrels in attic

  Flying squirrels in a chimney

  And more…

Flying Squirrel Prevention


This is always important. Our wildlife team can teach you things to look for in your home that will help prevent future invasions in your home. Among other things, we recommend installing chimney caps, trimming trees around your home and buildings on your property, and ridding your yard of all easily accessible food sources including bird feeders and pet bowls. 

To learn more about flying squirrel removal and prevention in the Oak Ridge area, follow us on Facebook, YouTube , Instagram, or call us at (865) 224-6555. If you hear scurrying or scratching in your attic, call your Oak Ridge TN animal removal specialists as soon as possible. Our team is licensed and trained and will provide professional services with exemplary customer service.

Call Our Oak Ridge Animal Removal Specialists Now

Call Alpha Wildlife's removal specialists for flying squirrel removal and trapping in the greater Knoxville TN area, including Alcoa, Clinton, Dandridge, Friendsville, Gatlinburg, Greenback, Kodak, Lenoir City, Maryville, Oak Ridge, Pigeon Forge, Powell, Sevierville and Townsend.


This includes the following counties: Jefferson, Blount, Knox, Sevier, and Anderson.

>> > Call Alpha Wildlife now for a FREE assessment at (865) 224-6555.

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Alpha Wildlife Memphis

Memphis Wildlife Removal

9040 Garden Arbor Dr. #201

Germantown, TN 38138


Phone: (901) 305-4577

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Nashville Wildlife Removal

211 Commerce St Ste 800

Nashville, TN 37201


Phone: (615) 434-5331

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Knoxville Wildlife Removal

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Knoxville, TN 37919


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