Raccoon Removal Burlington. Reliable raccoon removal solutions are provided by our technicians. We humanely remove raccoons and seal all entry points. We assess the damage and provide solutions for remediation. Call us today to book a no-obligation inspection. Call: 647-560-0206. Following an inspection to determine the nature of the issue our technicians will proceed with taking the necessary steps to remove and exclude the animals. Once we find the entry points we will install one-way doors in the holes to ensure that raccoons exit but cannot re-enter. If there are raccoon babies inside we will remove them manually and reunite them with their mother. When the animals are removed, we take away the doors and seal the entry points. We don’t open new holes work with the ones raccoons are using to enter already. Raccoons are removed by us from attics, sheds, garages. We’ll send a tech to investigate the problem and supply recommendations for a remedy. The raccoon (Procyon lotor) generally inhabits wooded areas next to some water resources in addition to urban areas in and around Burlington. Raccoons are resilient and can flourish in almost any place and environment. They have fully adapted to an urban way of living The basic necessities for their survival are food, water and shelter. They are primarily nocturnal and begin to be active in the early hours of the evening until sunrise.
They can travel significant distances from their dens to find food. During the day, raccoons stay inside. In hollow trees, rock crevices, holes in the wild and when in urban areas they hide in attics, sheds, garages or wherever else they can find a quiet dark place to stay. Because males could be competitive, the female raises her young alone and tolerates the male merely during mating. A litter normally comprises two to five young. Between the months of March and June, there may eventually be a mom and her kits occupying your attics. If you hear noises from the attic at night, chances are you are dealing with raccoons. There are things you can try to keep them away. They do not like noises or bright lights. Placing lights in your attic or playing loud music can help keep them away. However, they are smart and persistent. If they have made their way in they will stay causing more frustration and damage. Having raccoons can be quite risky. This can be very serious since raccoons spread diseases to pets and humans alike. You could be risking the health of your loved ones by ignoring this issue for an extended period. Read on to learn how to figure out if raccoons are in your attic and actions you should take afterward.
Why Do Raccoons Break Into Attics?
Raccoons like to break into your attic to have their young in the springtime. It’s the perfect place for them to have their babies in a safer place than outside where predators lurk. How do you find them hiding in your attic? You can find them by searching the area around your house. They usually release feces and urine in the same general area, instead of in various places. It’s also easy to spot by smell alone since their feces smell very horrendous.
Clean up areas around your house so you don’t have any food sources that raccoon can feed on. Having a secured lid on your trash cans is essential since most people know smart raccoons they can be so they can figure out how to remove the lid. You can prevent raccoons from entering your house by securing any holes or opening near your attic. Small openings can be areas where they have snuck in before. Of course, you can ask for advice on which areas of the house need covering from our professional raccoon removal Burlington expert. We can devise a raccoon-proof strategy to ensure raccoons will not intrude you attic ever again. A more involved technique requires trimming branches on your trees. Raccoons like to use tree branches that are close to your house as a way to sneak into your attic. So, try to clean up those overhanging branches that raccoons can use next time.
Calling Professional Wildlife Removal
Calling professional wildlife removal technicians is essential to rid your property from raccoons. Taking action yourself can result in unnecessary harm which can be fined or a possibility of imprisonment. Some people take action too soon with little information. Baby raccoons will end up suffering and dying alone when their mother is trapped and released outside away from her kits. The mother might resort to extreme measures and will do whatever it costs do get back to the kits resulting in another break-in. Call the professionals from Raccoon Removal Burlington now for safe and ethical removal and proofing solutions.