Have you found yourself in need of Collin County raccoon removal? If so call Master Services (972) 877-4650 for effective and humane removal.
Collin County raccoon removal has seen a large increase in the last month of raccoons getting into people’s homes. This along with reports of large increases in distemper being found in raccoons there has been cause for some homeowners to fear the noises in their attics. While there is some validity in fearing raccoons in your attic, they can be easily evicted and relocated from your home by someone with training and experience.
Right now it is almost exactly in the middle of raccoon breeding season and will be for another few months with the mothers weaning their young. When doing Collin County raccoon removal this season it is important to get help. If you try to seal holes after the raccoon has left for the day you may miss that she is a mother and will most likely end up with much more damage done to your home in her efforts to get back to her babies.
When you call Master Services, (972) 877-4650, for help with Collin County raccoon removal the first thing that our technicians will do is a full evaluation on your home. This will include finding all of the entry points that the raccoon is using along with determining what the best method for eviction and removal will be. If there are babies involved it is best to relocate them at the same time and with the mother or to use an eviction fluid to cause her to relocate them on her own.
Once Collin County raccoon removal is completed and the animals have been relocated, the next step is cleaning up of the areas they were in. Ensuring that any feces, urine or nesting materials are removed and the area is sanitized. This step is very important with raccoons as they, even when they look healthy, are carriers of many diseases and illness. One in particular is the larvae of the Baylisascaris procyonis roundworm, which can be contained in the feces and causes a severe illness in humans, can be ingested when cleaning raccoon latrines without wearing breathing protection.
Master Services, (972) 877-4650, never recommends trying to handle Collin County raccoon removal on your own. Raccoon are very smart and strong, when they feel scared or threatened there is no predicting what their reactions will be. Especially a mother raccoon trying to keep her babies safe. The best thing for you to do is contact us right away for help. This will ensure your home and your own safety.