A commonly reported animal issue in Cape Cod is the presence of raccoons. If you are noticing scratching, chittering, shuffling in your home or in your yard, there is a good chance it's a raccoon. Raccoons can be carriers of serious illnesses that are easily transmitted to humans, so it is pivotal that you contact a professional raccoon removal service like Critter Control today. Call our office today or contact us online HERE to schedule your raccoon removal inspection.
Removing Raccoons in Cape Cod
Will Raccoons Get Into Your House?
Raccoons find their way inside human homes for different reasons. Male raccoons get into homes almost exclusively if they can't find food in their habitat, but female raccoons will get into homes and other outbuildings for shelter for offspring. Because raccoon paws are structured in such a way that they can grab objects with their opposable thumbs, they have been known to open doors and get into otherwise secure items like pet food.
We are prepared to seal any potential entry points in order to keep raccoons out of your Cape Cod home at every turn.
Control and Safety
Because encouraging raccoons to eat food/trash on your property can increase the likelihood of them eventually invading your home, property owners should employ simple methods of control, like securing trash bins lids. They normally flee upon approach, but rabid individuals display fearlessness regarding humans.
Infected raccoons may also foam at the mouth and move about erratically while baring their teeth. However, not all infected raccoons act so erratically, so people must always use extreme caution around these animals. The easiest way to stay completely safe from a sick animal is to enlist the help of certified removal professionals.
Trapping and Removal
Critter Control specialists are experts at raccoon removal. Using the most advanced technologies and tools, our teams quell any animal problems plaguing your home. Once the critter is removed from the area we will clean up, secure potential entryways, and make sure they don't come back.Request a Quote