Raccoon Removal & Control in Nova Scotia
Have you been hearing scratching sounds in the walls or attic of your home or business in Nova Scotia? If so, you may have a raccoon problem!
Raccoons are common throughout North America. They are easy to recognize with their black facemask and black, brown, and white-ringed bushy tail. They have long, thick fur with a thin muzzle and pointed ears. Their feet are well adapted to climbing. They are large animals, weighing between 10 and 25 pounds. Raccoons, too, can transmit rabies. Raccoons den inside hollow trees or logs, rock crevices, deserted buildings, culverts, storm sewers, chimneys, attics, and crawl spaces. More than one den may be used. Raccoons can often become trapped in chimneys and other confined spaces, requiring trained professionals to remove the animal. If you think you may have a raccoon in your chimney, contact Critter Control today at 1-800-CRITTER.
Raccoons are mostly active at night, although they may be seen at dawn or dusk and sometimes even in the middle of the day. In northern climates the winter months are spent in the den, but they do not hibernate. They may become active during warm spells and often emerge in January or February to breed.
Today, it is very common for raccoons to enter Nova Scotia homes or business where they are not wanted. Critter Control of Nova Scotia in Nova Scotia can help get rid of raccoons! We offer professional raccoon control services for residential and commercial customers in Nova Scotia. Our raccoon control professionals are certified in environmentally friendly raccoon control handling and prevention/exclusion, and are trained in humane raccoon removal techniques unique to Critter Control. Our control techniques include exclusion, live trapping, and habitat modification.
As nuisance animals, raccoons can also cause physical damage to homes and buildings. This is why the Critter Control of Nova Scotia's wildlife teams are also trained in raccoon damage control and raccoon damage repair to fix any raccoon problem and prevent raccoon damage from recurring in Nova Scotia. We will find the point of entry and use our ecologically safe raccoon prevention tools and technology to get rid of raccoons!
In addition to exclusion and raccoon trapping, the experts at Critter Control go the extra mile to educate customers about habitat modification, like improving neighborhood sanitation, as the most humane, long-term solution to managing raccoons and other larger vertebrate pests.
If you have been hearing scratching sounds and think you may have raccoons in the attic, Critter Control of Nova Scotia can help! Contact us for help with raccoon removal and control today at 1-800-CRITTER.