AAAC Wildlife Removal of South Carolina services North Charleston, Mount Pleasant, Columbia and Myrtle Beach. Call us to see if we are available in your county. You might have overheard some sound during the night in your ceiling or attic. You may need animal control experts to come assess your situation if you have also found trash tossed in the lawn in the small hours of the morning.
You could assume they are adorable with their little outlaw masks and cute waddles. Sadly, raccoons are as wise and pioneering as they are untidy and discourteous. They recognize a decent house when they see one and will certainly always come back unless you take every action possible to try to keep them out.
Were you aware that Raccoons may see better in direct sunlight due to their masks?
Also, South Carolina Wildlife Removal knows animal removal including Rats, Mice, Bat and other wildlife. Wildlife removal is a sure way to ensure that the damage to your property stops. We get numerous telephone calls about wildlife devastating an attic, gnawing through plumbing, or even jealous males unleashing their temper on some young juveniles (not a pleasant sight!)
Let Us Deal With Raccoons in the Attic
Mother raccoons simply like attics. They are the most safe locations to rear their young. Springtime is the prime season for young kits to be born. A female raccoon can raise several juveniles each year.
A raccoon in the attic might create all sorts of damage. They love to eat electric wiring as well as harming the roof and interior.
Did you know that Raccoons have very sensitive front paws that almost act as a second set of eyes.
They also settle under sheds, in hot tubs and outbuildings. A shed is typically raised off the ground and is excellent for raising a family. If there is refuge they will certainly seek it!
Wildlife Control and Raccoon Removal in SC
It’s generally a really good strategy to remove your raccoons by trapping them, ideally through the use of an accredited trapping company. We are fully licensed and certified by the state. Don’t simply head to the hardware store and start trapping raccoons with whatever they are willing to sell you.
We make sure to make use of humane traps, since the last thing you need is the smell of dead raccoons wafting down from the attic.
Humane traps generally can be found in 2 forms
- One way trap doors
- Two way trap doors
One way traps do a suitable job, but you do a better job when you utilize a two way door (because you increase your odds of a catch). You want to bait your traps with something delicious. Pet food does the job, yet you may consider a marshmallow as well, because it smells scrumptious to a mother raccoon and its vivid, white color really attracts attention in a low light attic.
Raccoons will eat almost anything because they eat both meat and plants.
Raccoon repellents do not really work in any type of meaningful way. The best deterrence technique is generally ensuring you don’t have any entry points. If you are on this page, it is possibly far too late to consider raccoon repellents.
When your raccoons have actually been caught and removed, it is important that you locate and seal the entrance gap that let those pests in to begin with!
Here’s the Raccoon Removal Process we use with our clients
- Set and bait traps
- Capture the Raccoons living in the attic
- Remove neighboring food sources
- Seal up the access points so they can not return
- Clean-up the attic (Remove waste and change out insulation if needed)
- Fix any type of damage done to the interior and exterior.
Raccoon Control and Humane Animal Removal in Columbia, Charleston, and Myrtle Beach County
Critter here, critter there, critter, critter everywhere! The last thing you need to do when trying to remove raccoons, rats, and bats is to utilize a pest control service, that will often use poison! This could be very bad news for you and other wildlife! Poisoning animals in your house carries a number of risks, principal amongst them being that you’ve now got a harmful substance in your home. A critter that moves into your home and can track the poison with them, putting your family and family pets in jeopardy.
Likewise, most poisons make your Raccoons desperate for water, which could result in them ruining pipes so as to get a drink. If you do not love seeing water spots on your ceiling, think about a different removal style. If your pest control expert plans to poison the Raccoons in your attic, call another person!
Raccoons leave feces behind. So, a whole family with kits residing in an attic crawlspace will leave droppings and definitely destroy your insulation. These droppings can be a considerable health threat to any person handling them. That goes for rat droppings too.
Columbia and South Carolina raccoons and rats can transmit parasites which can be harmful to your children playing in the yard around your house. Wildlife control in Columbia and South Carolina can prevent this. Commercial properties can benefit from removing the critter as well.
This critter can damage your house, making your home in need of repair. So call us and we can deal with rats, bats or any other critter. Raccoon removal and other wildlife removal is important. If you are in Columbia, call us.
Raccoon Removal Cost
It’s important in Columbia and other areas in South Carolina to be aware of prices. The typical expense for raccoon control in the U.S. runs as follows:.
- Most Inexpensive Cost ($150-300).
- This is usually the lowest end guys you will get doing removal work. Your mileage may vary.
- This is also the price you ‘d anticipate to spend for exterior trapping.
- Reasonable Cost ($300-$550).
- This is for the cost for removal for more serious wild animal control experts in South Carolina. At this price, you can expect the job to be done properly and to walk away satisfied.
- You’ll also see budget options in South Carolina enter this range when they need to trap in your attic.
- Higher price scenarios ($1000+)
- This situation normally suggests that you have a big raccoon problem, or it will certainly price in even more significant raccoon damage repair work, decontamination and waste cleaning, plus re-insulation.
Attic Cleanup and Re-insulation
Nothing says safety, security, and comfort for wildlife like your attic. Mice, rats, raccoons and all manner of wildlife will find your attic particularly appealing. Bear in mind, rats, bats, a that raccoon is a wild animal that tries to locate comfortable, completely dry areas to try to keep its young safe. They do not like to go outdoors to eliminate waste, so they taint your house with hazardous droppings, like the bat does.
As part of your control program, it’s important to have certified specialists come and tidy up the mess after the raccoon removal is complete. It’s most likely that they have actually damaged or tainted the insulation, and it will need to be cleaned out and replaced. Same goes for rat and bat removal. Bats can be very damaging as well. The rat can invade your home, so removing wildlife and calling a wildlife control expert is worth it.
Wildlife Damage Repair, and Entry Point Seal-up
Once your specialist removes a raccoon, you need to make sure that more house guests can not get in. A solid netting solution, chimney cap, or other barrier will certainly keep this problem from occurring again. Dealing with bats or rats requires a different approach. So call us.
Our pleasant AAAC Wildlife Removal professionals of South Carolina are certified to make damage repairs and seal these entrance points so you don’t need to worry about your furry friends making a repeat visit!
Learn more about Raccoons:
- How to Prevent Raccoon Infestations
- Dealing with Raccoons in the yard
- Raccoon Nest in Your Attic
- The best tactics for Getting rid of Raccoons
- Raccoons in your attic
- Everything you want to know about Raccoon Babies
- How to get rid of Raccoons
- The best (and worst) Raccoon Deterrents
- The telltale signs of a Raccoon Infestation
- Raccoon Trapping
- Sings of Raccoons living in your Attic