they got into your attic by either keeping it open or finding a way to the attic from outside.
Flying squirrels are much less destructive than grey squirrels.....but still they tend to chew on wires running through the attic, so it is not a good idea to allow them to live there.
Through holes, the attic, doors, windows.
Strobe lights may scare the squirrels out of the attic, but I personally have never try it. I say you should give it a go. Good luck! I have had a lot of success evicting squirrels with the Evictor High Intensity Strobe Lights. It seems that the strobes do not scare the squirrels, but instead annoys them so much they voluntarily leave the attic.
Billy the Exterminator - 2009 Squirrels in the Attic 2-13 was released on: USA: 2 June 2010
You will not have flying squriles in your atic. they need nature to survive
of course they can. They can build nests, and many other things.
It will take ventilation and time.
Sure! -Squirrels do, and they also are rodents.
maybe but i think they rather live in the wild it would not be very comon :)
Squirrels and other rodents are very good at squeezing through tiny holes and cracks, and they like being inside out of the weather. An attic is even better than a hollow tree to a squirrel - they don't understand that you don't want them in your house! Somewhere in the attic, you have a hole or crack that they have crawled into, and have probably chewed it until it is larger so it will be comfortable.