Animals like squirrels, raccoons, opossums, and rodents commonly use trees and large bushes to traverse between yards, go over fences, and get onto buildings. Other animals, like beavers and mountain beavers, either eat the trees or bushes or "girdle" them; meaning they strip all the bark away from around the base of the tree. This can cause a lot of damage to the vegetation itself and the surrounding buildings and waterways. Critter Control of Seattle can wrap the bases of large trees/bushes to prevent girdling, chewing, and climbing.
Why is it important to wrap my trees?
When wildlife chews your trees, they can damage them to the point of falling over. Not only are trees important to the environment, but they are important to your property value. If trees are falling around your home, they could damage your deck, siding, gutters, or roof. Wrapping your trees will prevent unwanted critters from chewing the trees in your yard.
What types of trees are prone to destruction?
The most common types of trees to wrap are deciduous trees, including maple trees, oak trees, and birch trees.
For tree wrapping in Seattle, contact Critter Control of Seattle. Call 253.343.0412 today for more information.