Raccoons are very intelligent animals. They will tuck into your home to get out of the elements and to nest and have their babies. Once they have their babies, the babies will take a while before they can fend for themselves. So, they will be with you for a little bit. Most customers describe the noise in their attic as something large moving around. That’s because raccoons are heavier animals and quite playful. Unfortunately, they will be using your attic as their bathroom (they have feces the size of a small to medium dog). They will also messing up the insulation from their rugged play and possibly your a/c system and duct work will get involved as well.
Here’s how we can help. We will do a full inspection of the attic of your home. This will allow us to identify or confirm what’s in your attic. We can also see if there is any clean up to do in your attic. Raccoons can carry fleas, ticks, and mites. Their urine and feces can spread bacteria, worms, and diseases. Raccoons can also carry rabies and can bite and show aggression at times.
Our inspection will then proceed on the outside of the house. We will identify how they are getting into the home and what we can do to keep it from happening and how to get out the animals that have already gotten in. Then, we will sit down and go through our plan of action with you and set a day and time for us to come back and get it done. Don’t worry! We can do that in most cases on the same or next day.
Reasons to choose us:
- Free Raccoon Removal Estimates
- Humane Raccoon Removal
- Experienced Raccoon Removal
- Fully Insured Raccoon Removal
- Warrantied Raccoon Removal Work
- Quality Raccoon Removal Work
- Fast Service on Raccoon Removal
- Financing Available on Raccoon Removal
- Work Safely and Neatly during Raccoon Removal
- No More Noises or Scratching in the Attic
- No More Droppings in the Attic
Rats are Gone
Lots of animals
We serve the following areas: Houston, Sugar Land, Missouri City, Bellaire, West Houston, Katy, Richmond, Rosenberg, League City, Pearland, Friendswood, Webster, Kemah, Harris County, Fort Bend County, Brazoria County, and Galveston County