Master Services (713) 723-4854 offers the best service and experience when it comes to raccoon removal with babies in Houston.
When you have raccoons in your attic or home there it can be a bit of an unknown situation as to what the full extent of the problem is. When we send out a Wildlife Specialist we will complete a full evaluation on your home to determine what the situation is and to work out a trapping and eviction plan for your home. This is where we can normally determine if you are dealing with raccoon removal with babies in Houston.
When you are dealing with a mother raccoon and her babies there are a few things to be aware of. One is that she has done her best to ensure that the area that her family now calls home is safe and prepared for her young. When humans or even other animals, for example the family cat, get into this space or give any sign of threatening her or her young she will work double as hard to protect the area and her family, this means that things can get quite violent and sometimes even result in her moving her family deeper into your home, think into the walls or an unreachable attic space. These are all things that we don’t want happening when doing raccoon removal with babies in Houston.
Another thing that you will be dealing with is the fact that you have just multiplied your removal from 1 raccoon to upwards of 8 depending on the size of her litter. When doing raccoon removal with babies in Houston one of the most successful methods for relocation and eviction is through the use of a fluid called eviction fluid. This is a mix of male raccoon pheromones and predator urine, it signals to the mother raccoon that her and her babies are in possible danger and she will more often than not move them out of the area on her own. Depending on how long you have waited to address the raccoons in the attic problem this may not be the best solution. If the young are walking around and beginning to venture out of their home space sometimes the solution is to trap. All of these scenarios are looked at and thought with when the technician is at your home and planning for raccoon removal with babies in Houston.
Once the animals have been removed the best thing to do is to get any and all possible entry points to your home repaired and sealed. This will prevent future reentry from the raccoons as well as entry from other animals in the area.