Inside the Mind of a RaccoonBut why do raccoons love to take over people’s attics and walls cavities? Well these nocturnal critters are very opportunistic. They habitually seek out places that are already ideal instead of building their own dens. In the wild, they seek out spaces that would be hollowed out, like trees or caverns. They have absolutely no qualms about taking over spaces that have been built by other animals…including human beings! They will not quietly confine themselves to the dens they establish on your property either. Constant rummaging sounds will alert homeowners to the fact that raccoons are foraging both inside and outside the home. At nights, they leave their dens and go searching for food in your garbage… and will try to gain access into your pantry too! And since they are not in the habit of storing their food, this will be a regular occurrence.
Why Raccoons Must GoIt’s not just the annoyance that makes raccoons undesirable wildlife tenants. It is also the plethora of diseases to which their very presence exposes your family. Get rid of them as soon as there is a sign of their presence. Better yet why not establish your defenses before they get in? If this is done by seeking professional help for effective raccoon removal, Milwaukee residents will get back to enjoying the peace and sanctity of their homes again.
A Solution You can TrustWhen there is a need for raccoon removal, Milwaukee citizens have at their disposal, a team of professional experts at Skedaddle Humane Wildlife Control who are well experienced in dealing with a variety of wildlife pests. When Skedaddle steps on the scene, we bring with highly trained technicians who will get the job done right the first time.
Prevention: The Best OptionWe strongly recommend protecting your property before raccoons threaten to enter. This means securing your home before the cold seasons which is when these and other wild animals tend to seek shelter. Our protective services against raccoon invasion includes a variety of strategies. Here are just a couple to get you started:
- Identifying and addressing all potential entrance points
- Working with you to develop new habits and routines (such as those related to garbage disposal) that will lessen the ‘raccoon appeal’ of your home.