Our Premiere Expert Dayton Raccoon Removal Service Is Your Dayton, Ohio Hometown Solution To Raccoon Control
Dayton Raccoon Removal Service knows your home is not a raccoon’s natural habitat. But, you can end this nuisance animal problem! We provide an effective and humane raccoon removal service. For instance, Dayton Raccoon Removal Service specializes in a myriad of strategies. Usually, these strategies include raccoon trapping, raccoon damage repairs, and whole-home animal exclusion. Finally, we do habitat modification. As a result, this prevents raccoons from frequenting the yard and climbing on the roof.
Without a doubt, the longer a raccoon inhabits your home or attic, the more damage it can cause. At Dayton Raccoon Removal Service, we provide reliable and effective raccoon trapping. Our raccoon removal service goes above and beyond to get the raccoons out of your attic. Also, we do this in the shortest amount of time possible.
Raccoons are a nuisance animal species as they tend to live in urban and rural areas. Due to their instinct to search for food and shelter, they may ruin your home in small ways. For example, they tear holes through the roof to get in your attic, or a raccoon can climb down a chimney blocking your chimney flue. In brief, get rid of the raccoons before the problem worsens! Contact Us Today!
We are fully equipped with raccoon trapping equipment on every truck in our fleet to assist in the removal of raccoons. Raccoon removal service is often needed when you see damage to your siding and roof like in this animal damage photo.
A List Of Frequent Damages Raccoons Cause To Your Home And Attic Space
- Raccoons chew on electrical wiring. Also, they loosen electrical connections by pulling and walking on electric lines
- Raccoons compress attic insulation by walking and nesting on top. Hence, this reduces your attic thermal insulation factor – also referred to as R-Value.
- They defecate urine and feces into the attic insulation. As a result, this can cause severe health concerns.
- Raccoons create latrine areas where they drop their fecal matter. Ultimately their poop can start to show on the sheetrock inside the home. The raccoon droppings combined with the raccoon urine may seep through the ceiling. As a result, this produces round yellow and/or brown stains on the drywall texturing. Also, it’s not uncommon for attic raccoons to continue to use a unique location for their latrine for years. These latrines can grow in size over time to over 100 lbs. Frequently the contaminated area will weaken the rafters and the drywall ceiling. Hence, weakened rafters can collapse into the living space.
- Raccoons are also notorious for tearing the flexible ductwork in the attic. Also, they love ducting made of fiberglass. And, raccoons will make a nest out of this material.
Open Chimney Caps And Flues leads to Raccoons Nesting in Fireplace. WE CAN HELP!
Why Choose Dayton Raccoon Removal Service For Raccoon Removal Services?
Dayton Raccoon Removal Service has been in the wildlife removal business for many years. Our prevention services are second to none. Raccoon control is a large part of our curriculum. Naturally, our trained raccoon removal specialists provide services in raccoon control. Furthermore, we conduct humane treatment of animals while delivering exceptional service. Moreover, we use efficient procedures and effective methods to get the raccoons out of your home or attic asap.
Finally, please understand we are not raccoon exterminators. Dayton Raccoon Removal Service captures nuisance raccoons causing damage. Also, we do exclusion and habitat modification to keep the wild animals in the wild and not your house.
Dayton Raccoon Removal Service has over 60 years of experience in raccoon prevention. And, we are experts at raccoon home damage repair. Also, we have both the knowledge and tools to get rid of any raccoon problem. Furthermore, our courteous, professional staff members train in raccoon removal, trapping, and control techniques. Without a doubt, they all know how to prevent future raccoon damage to your home.
Dayton Raccoon Removal Service Includes The Following:
- Raccoon Removal
- Raccoon Kit (raccoon baby) locating service & extraction
- Sealing raccoon entry points
- Raccoon Prevention using our habitat modification services as seen here.
Call 937-340-1867 for more information on raccoon removal near you. But keep in mind we are not raccoon exterminators.
Finally, our extended list of services about critter removal or pest control in Dayton is also a call away.
The Most Common Complaints & Habitats of Raccoons
- Raccoons living in attic
- Baby raccoon noises coming from attic or chimney
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- Raccoons nesting in the chimney
- Raccoons on the roof
- Attic noises at night
- Raccoons keeping me awake at night in my attic
- Raccoon inside your crawlspace and tearing up insulation
- Chimney noises in fireplace
- Raccoon poop on my deck
- Raccoons living under the deck
- Roof damage from animals
- Raccoon climbing tree, downspouts, and gutters to get onto roof
- Raccoon living in tree close to house
How To Identify Raccoons And Health Concerns
The Northern Raccoon has a black mask and ringed tail. Also, they have an average life span of 5-6 years. But, they can also live up to 12 years. Raccoons usually breed in January but could be as late as July. Yet, if the first litter of raccoon babies doesn’t survive, the sow will breed again with a boar in the same year.
The presence of raccoons in your home can cause property damages, diseases, and may even do harm to your pets. Also, raccoons are vectors of rabies and other harmful diseases. For example, these diseases include distemper, leptospirosis, parvovirus, and raccoon roundworm.
Everything To Know About Raccoon Removal
Raccoons are often referred to as “Coons” for short. Raccoons are common nuisance critters in the Dayton neighborhoods. Also, they love to live in homes! Many times, in suburban areas they develop very little fear of people that live nearby.
Raccoons can cause quite a bit of damage and keep you awake during the night. Are you an unlucky homeowner around Dayton with raccoon problems? If so, call Dayton Raccoon Removal Service.
During our service call, we conduct an inspection on the nuisance critter situation. Finally, Dayton Raccoon Removal Service technicians will provide you with a thorough report. Also If you have raccoons our certified wildlife technicians will explain
- The location of their main entry points
- How the raccoons accessed those areas
- Any other entry points or potential entry points
- All your options for resolving the problem or problems
- Our estimate for any necessary repairs and leave it with you.
Raccoons Common Entry Area
Raccoons are proficient climbers. For example, they locate common entry areas on the roof. But, finding the openings to your attic can be difficult for the untrained eye. However, raccoons will enter through soffits, eaves, chimney flues, dormers, roofs, and gable vents. And, they like to nest down in wall cavities behind drywall. Moreover, this area secludes them and keeps them warm. Sometimes they even go into the living space of the house in search of food. Sometimes, a litter of raccoons is born and raised in your house. In addition, they will likely return year after year to raise their young.
Raccoons chew and scratch their way in from an attic or through wall plaster. Also, they often use cat or dog doors to raid pet food. Therefore, we deploy every known method and some of our secret tactics to remove these rascals from home. Moreover, if we find a defensive raccoon we use a cable restraint pole. In brief, this pole snares the raccoon. Finally, we transport it to a cage for removal.
Please note, our specialty is animal damage repair to protect your home from raccoons. What’s more, Dayton Raccoon Removal Services offers full attic restoration services. Also, we remove all fecal matter and install new ductwork and insulation.
This raccoon was in a chimney near Dayton Ohio.
Personal Protective Equipment (PPE) Keep Our Technicians Safe When Catching And Removing Raccoons
Our technicians use
- Bright headlamp to identify and navigate the dark attics or crawlspaces
- Half or full-face respirator depending on how severe the fecal
- Tyvek protective coveralls to protect our skin and clothing
- Kevlar bite-proof gloves.
Trapping A Raccoon Takes Work
Setting raccoon traps is the most effective way to remove the raccoons. But, rarely does Dayton Raccoon Removal Service set traps inside the attics as it is less effective. Why? Because, if we catch a raccoon in a cage trap, we have to transport it through your home. And, raccoons will urinate when trapped in a cage. Also, parasites and/or insects such as fleas could fall off the raccoon. In any case, that’s why you don’t want us bringing raccoons through your home!
Therefore, it’s more effective to catch raccoons coming out of the house. So, Dayton Raccoon Removal Service tries to catch raccoons at their entry point or when crossing their travel routes on and off the roof. Once caught, we remove all raccoons from your house. But, it’s critical that we seal the entry and exit openings. Absolutely, we are experts at raccoon exclusion and repairs. Hence, we guarantee to keep them out for good or we come back at no cost to you!
Raccoons Love To Climb Down The Flue Of Your Chimney
Also, raccoons love to climb down the flue of your chimney or fireplace and live inside your hearth box. And, female coons often have their litter of kits right on top of the flue damper. The young raccoons make a chattering noise the homeowner hears. Also, the newborn raccoon kits urinate and the liquid matter seeps into the fireplace. Often, many people call and ask “Can I start a fire to get them out?” Absolutely, the answer is NO! Unquestionably, this is inhumane to the raccoons and puts all occupants of the home at risk. Also, smoke inhalation and heat drive the raccoon sow into the home instead of out the chimney flue.
Attic Vent Covers Keep Raccoons Out Of Your Attic!
Raccoons Caught On A Roof In Xenia, Ohio
Raccoons are the primary host of Baylisascaris procyonis. In fact, Baylisascaris is a roundworm that can be harmful to people. Furthermore, infected raccoons pass roundworm eggs in their feces. Moreover, people become infected by ingesting these eggs. Hence, homes inhabited by raccoons can contain this risk. In addition, young children or developmentally disabled persons are at the highest risk. Obviously, they may be more likely to put contaminated fingers, soil, or objects into their mouths.