Raccoons have become very adaptive to the urban lifestyle.  Not only will they live on the ground under sheds, decks and other shelters but will commonly move to greater heights by accessing chimneys and roofs.  Raccoons will commonly nest behind the damper in fireplaces or in the insulation of an attic.  Common points of entry on a home for raccoons are open chimneys, soffit joints, roof vents or gable vents as well as rotting roof surfaces or eaves.




The longer raccoons stay in a den site, the more damage they can potentially cause through compaction of insulation or depositing of urine and feces.  Raccoons can carry and transfer parasites, such as roundworm, through their feces.  If people or pets come in contact with the parasite, major health issues can arise. 



The offspring of raccoons arrive in the spring and a litter can be anywhere from 2-10 babies.  It is of importance to have an experienced wildlife professional assist in any removal but particularly one in which there is suspected raccoon babies. In order to humanely remove both a mother raccoon and her young, various techniques can be used depending on den location in attics or chimney. Our first priority is the safety of the animals and ensuring that the mother and babies are reunited outside of your home. Once that is accomplished, we ensure that the entry points on your home are sealed to prevent re-entry. Guaranteed.



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