Here are some simple things you can do to protect your home and property:
Raccoons, like all animals, need food to survive but that does not mean that it should come from humans. As an omnivore, raccoons will eat anything they come across. Well-fed raccoons live longer and produce larger litters of babies which increase your neighbourhood’s population and the likelihood for conflict.
For most people, their home is their greatest investment. Harsh Canadian weather can take its toll on houses, quickly turning minor repairs into major renovations. One of the best ways to protect it against costly raccoon damage and destruction is regular inspections.
There are many things you can do to protect your home depending on how much time you have and how handy you are. For professional and guaranteed results, call Skedaddle at 1-888-592-0387.