Raccoon Removal & Exclusion for Businesses

If you’re hearing chittering, purring, or rustling in or around your building, you could have a raccoon problem.

Raccoons thrive in commercial properties due to an abundance of man-made shelters and food sources. They are common invaders of commercial buildings, which they use as den sites.

We often take raccoon-related calls from:

  • Building inspectors
  • Property management firms
  • Building owners
  • Real estate agents
  • Insurance adjustors
  • Building engineers
  • Building superintendents

We’re Here to Help!

We use humane removal techniques that are environmentally responsible, ecologically safe, and in accordance with animal protection laws. Our raccoon control services include:*

  • Raccoon removal
  • Raccoon entry prevention
  • Raccoon damage repair, including attic and insulation restoration and repair, and chimney caps and repairs

*Services offered vary by location.

What to Know About Raccoons

  • Raccoons are nocturnal animals, so you most often see and hear them at night.
  • Raccoons have nimble hands and can open latches and garbage cans, climb, swim, and run faster than 10 miles per hour.
  • Raccoon feces can contain thousands of roundworm eggs that are potentially harmful or even fatal to both humans and pets if accidentally ingested. Raccoons are also hosts to ectoparasites like fleas, ticks, and lice.
  • Raccoons can transmit rabies and may behave erratically if infected. They may also try to bite anyone who gets too close.

Eliminate Raccoons from Your Business – Now

Raccoons can be a nuisance. They gain entry through roof vents, soffits, and other openings that lead to attractive denning sites. They particularly like attics, chimneys, and the open spaces beneath porches, sheds, and buildings. They can tear off shingles and roof vents, and chew holes in fascia boards, which can cause roofs to leak.

Our raccoon control specialists are familiar with their behaviors and equipped with the training and tools to safely remove them from your commercial property.

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