Raccoon Control, Trapping & Removal Services
We can rid you of Raccoon problems safely and efficiently
Raccoons are ever recognizable with their black-masked face and nocturnal habits. Raccoons will enter a residential area, including your own, in search of food. If you have noticed your trash cans flipped over and the bags of trash in them destroyed, then you may have a problem with raccoons. Female raccoons may destroy and enter parts of your home, especially your attic, in order to create a suitable place to raise their young. Both male and female raccoon droppings may carry parasites or other diseases, posing a potential threat to the safety of you and your animals. If you come across a raccoon during the day, there is an increased chance that this creature is injured or infected with rabies.
Our humane raccoon control and raccoon removal services will remove any and all raccoons from your home effectively and properly. At Trutech, our team of expert specialists has the tools and knowledge they need to conduct proper raccoon removal. Our environmentally sensitive removal methods ensure that no animals are harmed at any point in the removal process. So, with Trutech, you can rest assured that your wildlife maintenance issues are solved humanely and efficiently.
Don’t wait until raccoons are living in your attic or wreaking havoc on your trash cans to reach out to Trutech for our expert raccoon removal and control services. When you trust Trutech for all of your animal maintenance needs, no matter how big or how small, you can sleep easier knowing that your raccoon problem was solved by one of our licensed professionals!
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These small mammals are known for the distinct, black bandit-mask markings on their faces. Most raccoons weigh anywhere from 10 to 30 pounds and grow up to 3 feet long. Their bushy tails tend to add an additional foot to their total body length. Raccoons have dense, grayish-brown fur peppered with black and white, as well as a series of distinctive black rings on their tails.
Opportunistic and omnivorous, raccoons will eat just about anything they can get their hands on. Common meals include crayfish, frogs, turtles, fish, mice, insects, eggs, fruits, vegetables, nuts, and whatever they can scavenge from carrion and trash piles. They eagerly take advantage of vegetable gardens, unsecured garbage cans, pet food left outdoors, and even bird feeders.
Forests, marshes, prairies, and wooded areas near human habitations are ideal habitats for raccoons. The creatures prefer to live near a water source, such as a stream, lake, wetland area, or slow-moving river, but are highly adaptable and can learn to thrive in a variety of environments. They make dens in hollowed trees, rock crevices, and the abandoned dens of muskrats or similar animals. We most commonly remove raccoons from properties in Georgia, Texas, North Carolina, Louisiana, and South Carolina. Contact your local Trutech office today to learn about our raccoon removal and exclusion services!