Seasonal Alert: very high
Autumn is the season when raccoons become particularly active! They actively seek shelter to protect themselves from the cold and inclement weather. These refuge spaces often include attics, basements, lofts, and other confined areas inside homes. Be vigilant about their presence in your residential areas.
If you notice this unwanted activity near your home or business, do not hesitate to contact Aspen Wildlife Control, experts in the Ottawa-Gatineau region specializing in the management of nuisance animals like raccoons.
Seasonal Alert: High Activity
Spring is raccoon season! Be aware of these wild animals entering your residential areas; mother raccoons are likely to search for safe places like chimneys and attics to raise their young. Don’t forget noisy nighttime scavenging in trash cans as well. If this unwelcome activity shows up near your home or business, contact Aspen Wildlife Control — experts in Ottawa-Gatineau region with a specialty of dealing with pesky critters such as raccoons.
Seasonal Alert: High Activity
Is a pesky raccoon wreaking havoc in your home? Don’t try to take it on alone! These nocturnal critters may be clever, but they can cause serious damage if left unchecked. Raccoons usually settle into warm and dry areas like attics, basements or fireplaces – so don’t hesitate to seek professional help for removal. Plus, you won’t have the risk of dealing with potentially rabid animals as experts know how to distinguish between healthy ones and those that could harm you.
Evaluation And Raccoon Removal
With their incredible agility and ability to breach through almost any surface, raccoons can become an unwelcome nuisance in your home. To combat this problem, our expert technicians use humane raccoon removal techniques and methodically remove them from the premises – ensuring that mother raccoons don’t have to be separated from their babies! Utilizing specialized heating boxes, they are able to quickly transport these critters away for a safe relocation process.
Clear And Clean
Aspen Wildlife Control is committed to providing its clients with safe, reliable and humane solutions for eliminating invasive pests. We understand the importance of a clean home environment that poses no risk to your family’s health – which is why our certified technicians offer comprehensive cleaning services like removing contaminated materials and refreshing insulation in attics. By taking advantage of this service, you can have peace-of-mind knowing you’re living in an inviting space free from hazardous organisms or parasites such as baylisascaris procyonis so that everyone enjoys it safely!
Facts About The “Masked Bandits”
Raccoons have earned the nickname “masked bandits” due to their intelligence and slyness that often results in costly damages. Despite being adored, these furry culprits can weigh anywhere between 12-20 pounds – making it a tricky endeavor trying to remove them from your property! Keeping an eye out for raccoon infestation is highly recommended as wise little creatures are no joke when they come around looking for trouble.
Raccoons are highly skilled at selecting nesting spots and have been known to take up residence in fireplaces, basements, or attics. Unfortunately their nocturnal tendencies can make it difficult for homeowners to get the peaceful rest they need – raccoon invasions of the attic being one of the most common complaints.
- Raccoons are curious and crafty creatures who use their agile paws to great effect; from opening door locks, jars or garbage bins all the way to ripping through iron, aluminum and even shingles. They’ll stop at nothing when it comes to reuniting with their offspring: young raccoons can be particularly destructive as they explore their surroundings.
- It’s every parent’s fear – feral raccoons, determined and relentless in their mission to reunite with their mischievous progeny. With superhuman dexterity, strength and resilience that could challenge the mightiest of locks or shatter steel-reinforced barriers; these agile creatures will stop at nothing for a chance to rejoin those lovesick cubs who often underestimate the power of nature.
- Electrical cables, when gnawed on by pesky critters, can create an overwhelming fire hazard — especially in homes with close proximities to highly flammable materials such as wood or insulation. Staying vigilant and mindful of this potential risk is essential for keeping your home safe.