Get Critters Out of Walls and Your House Completely

Critters getting into your house through the attic or other entry points can crawl or fall down the walls and get trapped. This, however, doesn’t get them out of the picture – it can lead to annoying noises, smelly excrement and an awful stench if they die.
To get wild animals out of walls, and ultimately, your house, you first have to determine the spot through which they got in there in the first place. After you’ve found all the entry points, install one-way exclusion devices to keep them permanently out. For animals that cannot climb up the wall, you can cut a hole through the latter and prepare a cage or trap to keep them from escaping.
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