Raccoons are very intelligent and resourceful. This is why our 50 point inspection is designed to identify all current and potential raccoon entry points as well as any damage they may have caused. Our hands-on removal techniques are both humane and effective for adult and baby raccoons alike.
Raccoons are not very clean and their presence can lead to severe property damage. Skedaddle offers thorough cleaning and disinfecting of raccoon den sites to eliminate any health risks. We can also remove and replace any damaged attic insulation.
Once the raccoons are gone you want to make sure your home is protected against future entries. Our wildlife technicians are experts in identifying and securing vulnerable areas of your home with exclusion materials that are built to last.
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Raccoons are adventurous and intelligent animals native to North America. They are easy to identify by their distinctive facial markings and by the way they move around at night in search of food. They adapt to many climates and habitats which makes them valuable foragers and scavengers throughout the ecosystem. Their instinctual behaviours often get them into trouble with humans as they dig through garbage bins and make their homes in attics.
If you have a raccoon problem in your residence in Markham, call for professional help immediately. It’s best to protect your home before bigger problems occur. Skedaddle provides effective and eco-friendly solutions for all of your wildlife control issues.
Markham residents often have raccoon sightings in their neighbourhoods. Raccoons help maintain a healthy local environment. They are omnivores that eat almost anything, but their diet mainly consists of invertebrates and plants. They are notorious for rummaging through refuse containers in urban areas because these present a ready food source. While they look cute and cuddly, raccoons can be vicious when cornered.
Raccoons would rather avoid human contact and usually shuffle away quickly when startled. Like all mammals, they appreciate a warm and safe place to live. This is why they seek shelter in attics or crawlspaces. If you hear noises or notice signs of wiring or insulation damage, you likely have a new houseguest. Homeowners may also detect strong odours from urine and feces.
Raccoons are shy animals, but they do become aggressive if they feel threatened. Skedaddle has humane wildlife control specialists who carefully remove raccoons and protect their families. Our customer commitment is to keep your property safe from animal intrusions.
Raccoons are adorable when they are not damaging someone’s home or leaving trash all over the yard! They are not aggressive but attempting to handle one without the proper training can result in getting bitten. Raccoons are also a primary carrier of rabies. Removal is best handled by those who have the training to do so safely.
Raccoons do not wash their food, even though it looks like that is what they are doing when they dip their dinner in water before eating it. The reason they get their food wet is that it allows them to gather more information about their food through the highly sensitive skin on their hands.
The masked bandit is capable of opening secured containers, from those with screw-on lids to clasps. Their intelligence helps them figure out how to get them open, while their thumbs are flexible enough to get the job done.
Mother raccoons are very protective of their little ones. When they are closed off from their kits, they will do everything in their power to get back to them. Many homeowners inadvertently seal a mother off from her little ones in their efforts to keep a raccoon out.
Male raccoons prefer the solo life, but when the weather turns cold, they aren’t opposed to denning with others to keep warm.