Raccoons problems are common in many New Mexico homes. They are active at night when they search for food, but take up dens during the day, often resulting with raccoons in attics and raccoons in garages of homes. In northern regions during the winter months, raccoons are in their dens the majority of the time, and homes provides the animals with a warm living space.
When raccoons take up residence in your New Mexico home, they act as they would in the wild, which means tunneling, defecating and urinating in your attic or garage. Often times, raccoons will bore their way through insulation, trampling it down, and even biting through the insulation on your piping. They are also known to chew up electrical wiring in these areas as well. Raccoons in yards and raccoons in gardens destroy crops, tear up sod looking for worms, and go through garbage.
When raccoons have made themselves at home in your New Mexico home, trained professionals are required to safely and humanely get the animals out of your residence. The experts at Critter Control use tactics such as exclusion, trapping and habitat modification to ensure that raccoons will not be able to den in your New Mexico home again!
If you are concerned about a possible raccoon problem in your New Mexico home or in your attic, garden or yard, contact Critter Control today at 1-800- CRITTER to receive expert help.
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