You don’t need any experience to know how to remove squirrels from the attic. All it takes is a committed amount of time and effort to make sure that any squirrels inside are brought out, and kept out. Most of the work comes from checking the attic for possible places where the squirrels could get inside.
First of all, you would need to do a little checking in and around the attic for areas to seal off. For instance, you would need to place a proper cap, or a grid of strong wire mesh on your chimney. Any vents you have need to be covered with wire mesh as well.
Once that’s done, it’ll be time to check for any holes the squirrels have made themselves. But before proceeding any further, make sure that you do not have any way for any squirrels to go down into the rest of the house. That last thing you would want is for these squirrels to get out of the attic any other way besides outside; that is, into the other sections of the house.
A vital tip on how to remove squirrels from the attic is not to seal off all the holes your unwelcome guests have made right away; you need to leave one hole open until you make sure that there are no more squirrels in the area. This way, the squirrels will at least have one way out while you scour your attic.
If you don’t have the time to look through all the areas of the attic at one time, you could devise a proper exit on the hole you left open. This is accomplished by placing a funnel made out of sheet metal or wire mesh in the outside of the hole, with the narrow end of the funnel leading the squirrel out. Food could lure the critter out; as soon as the squirrel makes its way out of the narrow end of the funnel, it will not make its way back in.