If you need help with how to trap raccoon Houston, call Master Services (713) 723-4854 for trained and experienced help.
If you are dealing with raccoons in your home it can become quite frustrating to deal with, especially if you are working with little experience. When you search the internet for how to trap raccoon Houston you will more than likely find ideas like playing loud rock music 24/7 until the animal leaves, throwing ammonia soaked rags into the corners of your attic or walls, leaving a light on 24/7 until the raccoon leaves, placing tons of mothballs into the area and so on. While some of the ideas out there can get quite inventive the only tried and true methods for raccoon removal are through the use of an eviction fluid or methods of trapping. Most of these other ideas that explain how to trap raccoon Houston just add to your frustration and the disturbance of your home as well as making the possibility of the raccoon retreating deeper into your home more real.
When you call Master Services for help with how to trap raccoon Houston, the first thing that we will do is to perform a full home evaluation to find out a few things, first, where are they getting into your home from and what needs to be done to repair these areas and seal them completely, next, what is the exact situation that you are dealing with? Is it a single raccoon, a mother with her babies, a small group? From this the Wildlife Specialist will be able to determine the best method for how to trap raccoon Houston in your home. In some cases, like a mother and her young, the solution may be through the use of eviction fluid, this is a mixture of male pheromones and predator urine. This will signal to the mother that her and her babies are in danger and she will normally relocate them on her own.
At Master Service we have over 16 years of training and experience in how to trap raccoon Houston, this can be seen in our daily handling of raccoon removal situations. We are not there to just remove the raccoons and leave, we are there to also find the source of the problem, the entry points that the animals were able to use to get into your home and get these repaired to prevent future reentry into your home as well as get any sanitizing needed done once the raccoons are removed.