- Ann Arbor Raccoon Control and Raccoon Removal – Animal Control and Wildlife Control Professional
Are you looking for raccoon removal services in Ann Arbor Michigan? That just happens to be one of our most needed wildlife control and wildlife removal services in Ann Arbor Michigan when animals like raccoons are heard in the attic. Raccoons are nocturnal animals, meaning they are active during the night and sleep in the attic during the day. For this reason many homeowners don’t know a problem is present until attic damages are found or noises in the attic are heard. At times, this can be an emergency removal situation if it is threatening the homeowners immediate safety. It is widely known that they prefer living near a water source in the woods. Because of urbanization and homes being built in Michigan, they have adapted to attics. It may take a long time to discover an attic infestation. They tend to go under sheds, tear their way into attics, live under decks and stoops, tear up lawns looking for grubs. These critters are extremely intelligent animals and an inexperienced trapper trying DIY removal can very quickly make a mistake which makes control very difficult. This makes the process of getting rid of the raccoon take longer, it can also make the removal more expensive. We provide the highest rated raccoon removal and also offer clean up, attic insulation restoration and attic damage repairs after the animal control and wildlife removal is complete.
Ann Arbor Raccoon Control and Raccoon Removal – Animal Control and Wildlife Control Professional
Traps can be set on the roof, or on the ground where they are gaining access and also inside the attic if need be. There is no, one size fits all removal solution when animals are in the attic. Setting up raccoon traps on the roof means the trap must be secured by screwing the trap to the roof on a protective board. Of course holes are properly sealed after the trapping has been completed. Raccoon removal that is done inside an attic, can also bring its own set of issues. They urinate when they are afraid, they can usually have feces in the cage, can cut themselves on the steel, and loose hair and they rub against the cage. This means you can have blood, hair, urine and feces trailing into your home if the trap has not been contained tightly.
Raccoon Damages and Disease
They carry many diseases and the most common is rabies and roundworm. Rabies if not treated within 14 days of contact becomes fatal and at that point is no longer something a vaccine can control. This can be transmitted through a bite or scratch of an infected animal. When it comes to raccoon roundworm children are usually those that are affected the most, as children tend to be on the ground, in areas where raccoon feces can be present. These two diseases alone are why it is imperative that a control service must be called as soon as animals in the attic are heard.
Rabies: Rabies is a fatal but preventable viral disease. It can spread to people and pets if they are bitten or scratched by a rabid animal. In the United States, rabies is mostly found in wild animals like bats, skunks, and foxes. However, in many other countries dogs still carry rabies. The rabies virus infects the central nervous system. If a person does not receive the appropriate medical care after a potential rabies exposure, the virus can cause disease in the brain, ultimately resulting in death. https://www.cdc.gov/rabies/index.html
How We Stop Them In The Attic?
- Complete home inspection to identify entry and access points.
- Trap set up near entry points or where animals are accessing the roof.
- Capture and removal, including baby raccoon removal.
- Complete damage repairs and seal up entry points and vulnerable areas if needed.
- Feces clean up, disinfectant and insulation restoration if needed.
Clean-outs and Restoration – Wildlife Control Strategies
Raccoons may live their latrines in any part of your house, starting from the ceiling to the empty shelves of your garage. Clearing and clearing require great precaution. This is made possible through our protective disposable gear. Secondly, we use chemicals that are less harmful to your health. After cleaning our next step is to clear the damages caused by the feces and urine, this is through the removal of damages and blocking the routes in your house. You can always be sure that once we do our cleaning, feces won’t be a problem anymore.
Prevention, Control and Exclusion
As part of our control work, we always make sure we leave our clients with some knowledge on how to handle such cases. We do this by advising them on how to prevent future intrusions. As we continue to share our habitat with wild animals, protection of our homes becomes more important. They can be dangerous to your home and it’s always a good idea to practice precaution before you can engage in the cleaning process. Secondly, professionals will always do it the best without risks. We believe that we are the best and our attic clean out services and we are comparable to none, in Ann Arbor Michigan.
Service Area For Attic Animal Trapping Services
They are known to leave large amount of feces and also urine in an attic as well as smashing and crushing insulation as they move around the attic. We offer clean up services for feces and have a team that is thoroughly trained in the proper handling and sanitation process. Ann Arbor raccoon control, control for animals in the attic.
Does Homeowners Insurance Cover Raccoon Damages?
Depending on your individual policy, raccoons are an animal that home insurance companies typically cover. If your policy covers raccoon damages, what is covered may vary. Many policies will not cover raccoons droppings cleanup however they will cover damaged insulation.
Raccoons in the attic can become a very serious situation in a matter of 24-48 hours. Our extensively trained team understands the damages and damagers raccoons can present and because of this, make sure to move quickly to stop the problem. Raccoons can present both physical dangers and biological dangers with parasites and disease.
Once the raccoons have been removed, our team will then move forward on making sure the entry points are sealed and any vulnerable areas are secured. With raccoons, a vacant den (attic) is seldom passed up if residual odors are left lingering and no animal is there to defend the territory. We only use guaranteed, raccoon proof materials.
What is the raccoon removal process?
- Full Home Inspection For Entry Points
- Trap Set and Animal Removal
- Entry Point Closure and Repair
- Raccoon Exclusion and Proofing
- Damage Repairs and Attic Clean up
Secure Your Attic Today!
Call us today for fast, professional and affordable Ann Arbor raccoon removal services in Michigan.