Roofline Flashing to Prevent Bird, Squirrel, Opossum and Raccoon Entry
In modern construction, it is not uncommon for builders to leave rooflines improperly sealed or soffits not extended to the roof shingles. This creates an access point for many species of wildlife to enter a home.
Unfortunately, these entry points are often concealed from view, either by a connecting roofline that is not visible from the ground or hidden inside a gutter.
Properly sealed rooflines will prevent wildlife such as birds and squirrels from nesting in or on your home. They also have the added benefit of sealing a home from the elements. A properly sealed home uses less energy and thus saves you money on utility bills.
Other contemporary construction techniques create a risk for wildlife intrusions. For example, if you have four dormers on your home, you could have up to eight openings for wildlife. If you add these openings to normal openings in roof connections, it’s not unthinkable that the average home may offer wildlife as many as 12 access points!
By securing these areas after our professionals have completed the wildlife removal process, your home or business will be both sealed from the elements and protected against wildlife living in your attic or soffits.
The trained experts at AAAC Wildlife Removal Aurora can protect your home or business through proper roofline flashing that will prevent bird, squirrel, opossum and raccoon entry.