Trapping and removing animals from an area before it sealed. We set and check professional traps until the target animal is captured and the area is sealed. The process is humane and animals are safe.
- Setting and Checking
- Removal and Proofing
Raccoons are often a nuisance among urban settings. They are notorious for tipping over garbage cans, rifling through trash, tearing up gardens, and creating structural damages. They can also pose a risk to human and pet health because of diseases and bacteria they carry.
Although raccoon prefer to live in forested areas, urban expansions force raccoons and other wildlife to grow accustomed to the presence of humans. As such, raccoons adapt to survive among urban dwellings. In fact, they seem to thrive since there are plenty of options for shelter, food, and water.
If you have a raccoon invading your home or property, it is best to have it removed as soon as possible. The longer you let the raccoon take up space in your home, the more likely you will face expensive damages and potential health risks. Fortunately, our professional can provide you with raccoon trapping to safely remove the animal from your property.
What to Expect
It is best to hire a professional to trap raccoons for you. Raccoons can transmit diseases that pose hazardous for human and pet health. When you hire us to take care of your racoon trapping and removal needs, you can expect professionalism and a humane approach. One of our trained, licensed technicians will come and assess your property to determine the best approach.
The technician will determine the best place to set a live trap and also determine if there are babies present. If there are babies, both the mother and her babies will have to be relocated together to a safe location. If mishandled, a mother may abandon her babies, which is an inhumane way to approach the situation.
Instead, we work to ensure the safety of the animal and her babies during the removal process. We transport them to a safe location away from urban living so they do not find their way back. Instead, they can live among their natural habitat in the forest where they can enjoy eating fruits, nuts, plants, and bugs.
Approach to Trapping
A technician will set up a live trap and use bait that attracts raccoons. Even if you get your hands on a live trap, it is best to let a professional handle the situation. You might not know the proper baits to use or you may not have the trap in the correct location. Raccoons are extremely intelligent and they will often avoid anything that seems threatening, including a trap.
The technician may introduce the trap, first. The best way to introduce a trap is to leave it open so the animal can inspect it and get used to it. Afterward, the technician will set the trap, bait it, and place it in a location that will see the most foot traffic from the raccoon. Once captured, the technician will return to collect the trap and the animal for transport.
The technician will inspect to make sure there are no other raccoons dwelling in your attic. Once raccoons have been removed, you will need to make sure you proof your home against more raccoons looking to invade. Seal up entry points created by raccoons and minimize weak spots that they can use to make a home out of your attic.
Contact the Professionals
If you suspect that there is a raccoon living in your attic, under your deck, in your chimney, or somewhere else in your home, give us a call. We look forward to helping you out with your raccoon troubles by providing you with raccoon removal and trapping services. The sooner you handle the problem, the better it will be for you and the raccoon.