One way to get rid of raccoons in a home is through the use of raccoon eviction fluid, to find out more call Master Services (972) 877-4650 or (713) 723-4854.
There are several ways to get rid of a raccoon who has invaded your home. Methods include trapping, live capture, and using raccoon eviction fluid. Raccoons can be very dangerous, so you should most definitely call a wildlife removal specialist who is trained to handle your unique situation in the most safe, effective way possible. The removal method that the technician will use depends on a variety of factors, including whether or not you have a full grown male coon, a full grown female coon, or a female coon and her pups.
Having a family of raccoons nest in your attic could be a major nuisance. Coons can cause quite a bit of damage which could leave you with a major head ache - and a major hole in your pocket book. This is why it is important to take action as soon as possible to try and relocate the family. Of course, calling professionals in to handle the situation is strongly urged. Mother raccoons are extremely protective of their young and therefore are very dangerous. You would not want to cross a mother coon…she will attack you if she feels threatened! Also, raccoons are very strong and smart; they can open doors and latches, tear through building material, and climb up walls. If you were to separate a mother coon from her baby, she would find a way back to her pups, no matter how much damage she would have to cause along the way.
Luckily, there’s a natural and virtually hassle-free way to deal with the problem: raccoon eviction fluid. If a mother coon and her litter of pups are encountered by a male coon, the male will attack and kill the babies in an effort to re-impregnate the mother. This makes the male coon a natural predator for female coons and their pups. This is where the raccoon eviction fluid comes into play. Raccoon eviction fluid is a mixture of male raccoon pheromones and urine collected from other natural predators. If a female smells the raccoon eviction fluid, she will begin relocating her litter of pups as soon as possible to avoid danger. In turn, raccoon eviction fluid is also the most cost-efficient method of wild life removal when it comes to raccoons.
If you’re hearing loud thumps, scratches, or really any type of movement coming from your attic, chances are a critter has decided to dwell there. There are many different types of critters that may find their way into your home, and there are also many ways to remove them once they’ve settled in. Simply trying to chase the critter out, however, is usually not going to be effective, because many animals will simply force their way back into your home. Don’t take chances when it comes to wildlife; animals are dangerous and unpredictable.