Kill the rodents. They love to chew off insulation.
Not only do they love to chew on house wiring, their chewing presents a significant risk of causing a house fire. That's one of the main reasons for riding them from your attic or other places through which your electrical wiring passes.
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.
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.
No loud noises will only send them into a furious rage, the trick most people use is napalm its safe easy to make and effective on most squirrels except black squirrels in that case you must let raccoons in your attic and they will fight for their territory and kill each other taking care of your squirrel and raccon problem in one swoop, hope this helps
People usually don't keep squirrels in their attics - the squirrels usually get inside without them knowing the animals are there. Squirrels in an attic can be very harmful - they tear up things and leave droppings and urine and can cause disease. You should let your neighbors know that they need to call animal control to get rid of the squirrels.
Roof exhausters come with the motor and fan matched for upward exhaust. The fan blade should "cut" into the attic air when turning. Whole house type attic exhausters generally are belt driven and have a motor that is reversible. To reverse the motor remove the wiring plate. The back side of the wiring plate will have a diagram of how to reverse the rotation of the motor by changing wiring connections. Hope this helps.
Generally, you cannot change wiring in a home with sheet rock without significant damage to the sheet rock. If you abandon the existing wiring, which is technically a code violation, you can drill through the bottom or top of each outlet or switch box into a basement or attic and rewire that way. Replacing lighting wiring in a ceiling without an attic above cannot be done without damage to the sheet rock. An alternative is to surface mount new wiring and boxes. This adds significant cost.
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