Raccoon Removal & Exclusion are the Only True Way to Permanently Stop Problem

Raccoons will eat almost anything, including garbage.

They take advantage of your warm home and other dwellings on your property, and will make dens in a chimney, attic, or shed without hesitation.

They’re strong, smart mammals that will rip openings into your house looking for food and shelter. They will chew on wires and short-circuit electrical outlets.

It goes without saying: Raccoons can cause some serious problems.

At Catseye, it’s our commitment to ensure these problems don’t become your problems.

We’ve developed a thorough and dedicated raccoon control program to ensure these problems don’t happen, and if they do, to stop them immediately and permanently.

Raccoon Removal

Complete raccoon control starts with safe and humane raccoon removal from the property.

This is covered under our Nuisance Wildlife Removal Program, a multi-day program in which we trap and remove wildlife animals. This multi-visit program uses various seal-up and eviction techniques to ensure that your problem is taken care of and will not return.

Raccoon Cleanup

Raccoon droppings may cause diseases and parasites. It’s also not uncommon for a raccoon to carry rabies, a disease that can severely damage the central nervous system in humans.

That’s why cleaning up after raccoons have invaded your home and eaten your food is important in order to remedy current damage and prevent any future damage.

Our wildlife clean-up services clean your basement, attic, and crawl spaces, as well as any other part of your home that’s been infested by the wildlife intruders, ensuring it’s safe for you and your family.

We will also clean or repair any structure that raccoons have damaged and ensure that your home looks the way it did before the problem occurred.

black and gray raccoon walking on wooden deck towards silver tin with cat food as a white and light orange-colored cat watches

Raccoon Exclusion

The final step to full raccoon control is completely excluding the critter(s) from your home.

To do this, we use wildlife exclusion practices to ensure all entry points on the home are sealed up from the top of the house down to the bottom (and even underground when necessary).

Our trademarked Cat-Guard Exclusion Systems are a special armor for your home that’s designed to withstand wildlife like raccoons, bat, squirrels, mice, and more.

It’s a three-part exclusion product made to protect homes and other structures from being taken over by nuisance wildlife using long-term solutions like full home seal-ups.

Since raccoons can damage both the interior and exterior of homes, we recommend trench-guard, lower-guard, and upper-guard wildlife barriers to ensure that you and your home receives permanent protection from squirrels. But each situation is different and will be assessed as such.

Signs of a Raccoon Infestation

Before you see a raccoon, you will probably hear them.

Rustling or scurrying around your attic, on the roof, or even in your chimney are common raccoon sounds.

They’re extremely vocal and interact with each other through sounds like purring, growling, whimpering, or screeching.

You may hear garbage cans being rummaged through or knocked over.

Finding animal droppings is another good indication that you have a pest problem. Raccoon droppings look similar to dog droppings, but raccoons tend to return to the same spot when defecating.

If you discover droppings in your home, garage, or someplace outside, you may have a raccoon infestation.

Do not handle the raccoon droppings on your own. Contact a pest control professional to ensure that you, your family, and your pets are safe from potential diseases.

Raccoons sometimes den on rooftops, too. Covering chimney flues and trimming overhanging tree branches can prevent this.

Contact us today for your free home wildlife inspection and to ensure any raccoon problem you may have is properly remedied.