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Raccoon Removal Services

The method we use to get rid of raccoons differs depending on the location of the problem. A raccoon in the attic requires a completely different approach than a raccoon in the yard. Please do not attempt to capture raccoons on your own because they are dangerous animals with a particularly terrible attitude when trapped. Raccoons can carry rabies, which is well-known, but a lesser-known illness, raccoon roundworm, can be just as dangerous and more easily contracted.

Some of the most common raccoon issues we deal with are:

Attic, chimney, window well, garage, crawlspace, and basement raccoon removal.

We also trap raccoons from under decks, sheds, porches, and any other structure where they feel at ease. Controlling raccoons is sometimes necessary when they cause damage to homes and other structures. This includes ripping holes in roofs and siding, getting into garbage cans, digging up lawns for grubs and worms, and leaving piles of droppings in areas where people congregate, such as playgrounds.

Raccoons in urban areas prefer to make their dens in human homes and other buildings. They’ve made a good transition to living in populated regions. Despite urban growth, the number of raccoons in Texas has increased over time. Raccoons find a variety of safe and pleasant areas to denning in and around homes and other buildings.

Raccoons in the Attic: How to Get Rid of Them

Getting rid of raccoons in your attic can be a difficult and dangerous task. Because of the animal’s size, finding a raccoon entry point is frequently easier than finding other attic invaders. Raccoon problems do not go undiscovered for as long as other attic pests do, owing to their size. Being bigger and stronger, on the other hand, helps them to cause more damage in less time. There are four steps to getting rid of raccoons in the attic:

Step 1: Conduct a thorough inspection.

Regardless of the size of the pest, every pest management problem must begin with a thorough inspection. To handle a raccoon problem, we must first figure out where they are, how they got there, and why they are there. We’ll put together a solution suited precisely to your problem once we’ve answered these questions.

Step 2: Humane Raccoon Removal

Raccoon eradication isn’t often as straightforward as trapping a raccoon. In the attic, there are frequently cubs (baby raccoons) or food supplies. In any scenario, the issue must be addressed in order to avoid future issues.

Step 3: Raccoon Control,  Critter Eviction

Our critter expulsion service gives you control by closing the weak places in your home that let raccoons in the first place. Raccoons usually cause a lot of damage when they enter a structure because of their big size for an attic intruder. Repairing raccoon damage is one of our specialties. All of our raccoon critter expulsion exclusions come with a warranty.

Step 4: Attic Restoration, Feces Cleanup and Insulation Replacement

Raccoons can also cause major damage to an attic in a short amount of time. Raccoons trample insulation at a considerably higher rate than other attic invaders due to their low, wide posture. Raccoons also have a habit of relieving themselves in the same spot over and over. As a result of this habit, their droppings accumulate and quickly become a massive mess. With other intruders, attic restoration is occasionally optional, but it is nearly always required after a raccoon has been in your attic.

Wildlife may be adorable in the wild, but once they enter your home, they rapidly become a problem. Wildlife can cause damage to your property and put your family in danger, whether it’s squirrels in your attic, raccoons in your crawlspace, or any other rodent taking over your home.

Trash, food, or the promise of a nice nesting area attract wildlife to your home. If these pests are not properly removed, they can cause considerable damage to your property and home, including as chewing through electrical wires, damaging your siding, and damaging the wooden structure of your home, among other things. These annoyance bugs can also bring a range of diseases to you and your family.

Raccoon Control Services Offered

  • Raccoon Removal
  • Raccoon Control
  • Raccoon Exclusion
  • Raccoon Trapping
  • Raccoons In The Attic Removal
  • Raccoon Feces Cleanup
  • Removal And Replacement Of Contaminated Insulation
  • Building Material And Structural Repairs




Raccoons are very noticeable with their mask-like features on their faces and gray fur. They are active during the night as they are nocturnal mammals. Most of the time when they are finished, homeowners find themselves annoyed with the garbage dispersed everywhere. Due to the urbanization of some areas with trees and water source, they are forced to adapt to their new environment. Some of their favorite places they like to intrude in your home are chimneys, attics, or anywhere that is dark and has fewer people in it. Residents of the area may find themselves in nuisance critter trouble in the last minute for these animals are not usually seen during the day. Sooner or later they will discover these nuisance critters because of the noises they make. The resident or homeowner by this time should call a professional, licensed nuisance critter trapping expert.

These critters can be really expensive in terms of the repairs of the damages they have done. This nuisance critter will take less time for it to establish a colony if neglected. When left alone, it will cause certain damages within the house or building, leaving their feces and urine all over the place and even cause different sickness and contract diseases. The most common disease they can contract is rabies. Without the proper equipment, an inexperienced person trying to capture this creature may have difficulty and may even cause more damage to the house or people living in the house. If it can not be helped and an individual must confront this nuisance critter, consult first the state laws on what are the do’s and dont’s when trapping the creature. There is one thing that is common in the laws of different states and it is to not harm or kill these nuisance critters. Try avoiding using any harmful chemicals that may be hazardous to both the animal and the nuisance critters.

Trapping and moving these nuisance critters are the usual things to do when trapping them. Before anything else, consult the laws of your local and state to avoid any unnecessary conflicts. In the different cities in the different states of the country, capturing a wildlife critter is prohibited. Be mindful when trying to trap these creatures by yourselves. Always check the places that are possible for them to live in if there are babies that they left. If these little babies are not caught, they will not just cause you damages but also foul odors when they die because the mother is not there to take care of them. Taking the mother several miles away from its babies will not stop them from coming back for them. A profesionally licensed nuisance critter trapper may advise you not to expel the nuisance critter if there are baby critters involved for it may prove to be difficult to exclude relocate them. Provide a trap that is with the proper size and strong enough for it to not be able to escape once you are done with it. A weak trap can be easily be broken for these nuisance critters are very agile and smart and powerful enough to do destroy it. The distance of relocation must be accounted for when doing the trapping by yourself.

Hiring a professionally licensed critter trapping expert can be cheaper than the cost of the repairs of the damage they will cause. Our company will provide not just the trapping of the nuisance critter but also the cleaning and repairing the vermin has caused. We will also guide you to what to do to prevent any more intrusion from the nuisance critter after the repairs are done.

In order for these nuisance critters to prevent from ever intruding or returning to your house or on a building, one must complete some tasks dedicated to stop their activity. One of the tasks that you can do is the proper garbage disposal. Closing the lids on these things and tying them can be very helpful. This will prevent the nuisance critters from luring them and opening the garbage can to loot what food is left. Clean the surroundings of your house of pet food which can be mistaken as food by these nuisance critters.