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Sacramento Raccoon Control

Raccoons, with their bandit masks and ringed tails are cute, but they're also very common wildlife pests in urban areas. They love to live in cities, Sacramento no exception. They are excellent climbers (to climb into your attic), they are very strong (to rip a hole in your roof and tear up your attic ducts) and they have very nimble hands (to open your garbage can and make a mess). They steal pet food, kill pet birds or fish, and even enter into the doggy door and into your house. They most commonly live in attics, particularly female raccoons who need a safe place to raise their young. We humanely trap and remove raccoons, and repair the damage that they cause.  

We provide professional Raccoon control for all of greater Sacramento, CA including the towns & suburbs of Elk Grove, Parkway, Florin, Rosemont, Arden, Rancho Cordova, Arcade, Charmichael, Fair Oaks, Citrus Heights, Orangevale, Roseville, Foothill Farms, North Highlands, Wilton, West Sacramento, and more. We are not a standard Sacramento extermination company - we specialize only in wildlife, and will identify and trap the Sacramento Raccoon, control the problem in full, and we give a guarantee on our work.




What Should I Do If I find A nest Of Raccoons In The Attic? Raccoons contaminate the area where they live through their feces. The droppings of raccoons can contain Baylisascaris procyonis and B. columnaris that are harmful raccoon roundworms. This parasitic worm can and does contaminate people and is extremely risky. Raccoons also convey Giardia lamblia, a protozoan bringing about looseness of the bowels connected with ingesting sustenance or water debased by raccoon feces. Trypanosoma cruzi is connected with raccoon fertilizer as are Salmonella, Rickettsia rickettsii, and Leptospirosis. The egg spores in the raccoon droppings are light and can get to be airborne, and individuals can inhale them in and get to be tainted. Disease of people can prompt larval parasite relocation to the focal sensory system. These egg spores can live for a considerable length of time as dry units. They are additionally host to various parasites, for example, lice and bugs. So what else can you do if you find a nest of raccoons in the attic, other than removing it and get rid of raccoons completely?

A nest in the attic is a certain indication of an adult raccoon likewise being available in there which is most presumably be a female raccoon that has littered in the attic but vicinity of the pair is not surprising though. Raccoons usually enter the attic because storage rooms are for the most part warm, dry, safe, and shielded from the outside components hence make a great place for littering. Female raccoons, after getting pregnant, search for the safest places in order to give birth to baby raccoons and to nourish them well thus, look for proper places like quite and dark attics, storage rooms or chimneys. Therefore, you can get rid of the raccoons if you provide the attic with raccoon repellents like noises and heavy lights.

Raccoons do not only pollute the place but also damage the attic if they live there for a long time. They crush pipes in a storage room, and even destroy cooling frameworks, vents and fans, or wood shafts. Insulating wires are usually flattened due to raccoons being continuously walking on them and they sometime chew the electrical wires too. So once you spot on a nest of raccoons in the attic, your next step must be to get rid of them immediately otherwise it can cause major problems.

There are several types of trappers available in the market to catch an adult raccoon plus finding a nest is nonetheless a success because baby raccoons can be used as a bait to trap their mother however, raccoons can act aggressively after being trapped so it is necessary to maintain a certain distance in handling them otherwise they can attack you.

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