Master Services (972) 877-4650 can perform a full home evaluation to assist you with animal removal from attic Oak Cliff.
Are you hearing strange scratching and thumping sounds coming from you attic? Are you being kept up at night because of the noises? Is your performance at work suffering because of it? If you answered yes to any of these questions, you should call Masters Services immediately to schedule an animal removal from attic Oak Cliff. Masters Services has been in business for over sixteen years and we will be more than to help you with all of your animal removal from attic Oak Cliff needs.
You should not try to perform an animal removal from attic Oak Cliff on your own. There are a quite a few important steps that must be taken to ensure a safe, efficient animal removal from attic Oak Cliff, and there are also quite a few things that could go wrong if you aren’t experienced in handling an animal removal from attic Oak Cliff and you try to perform one. Let’s look at an example of a classic mistake people make when they try to perform their own animal removal from attic Oak Cliff.
Say you start hearing loud thumping noises in your attic, and you recall seeing a raccoon running around your yard the night before. The next night, you see the coon leaving the attic through a relatively large hole. After the coon leaves, you go ahead and seal up the hole. However, the next thing you know, you start smelling a terrible smell. What happened?
Well, just because you see one raccoon leaving your home does not mean that was the only one living in your attic. We are right in the middle of the breeding season for coons, so chances are, if you’ve got one in your attic, there’s actually an entire family. And if you separate the mother from her babies, the babies will be left alone to fend for themselves, and they will usually die. This just leaves you with an even stickier situation: the need for dead animal removal. Dead animal removal is often costlier and more invasive than live animal removal, so you should try to do whatever you can to prevent things from getting to this point.
Another scenario that could play out in this situation is the raccoon could just end up tearing a new hole in your home to get to her babies, causing even more damage than you had in the first place. Raccoons are very intelligent and strong! They can rip through building material with no problem.