Indianapolis Raccoon Remova
Raccoons causing damage in your home or business? Call our state certified raccoon removal experts at Animal Pros. We are state certified, fully licensed and insured with years of experience in Indianapolis raccoon removal. We deal with residential and commercial raccoon problems using methods that are safe and effective for your family, pets, home, and business. Our humane techniques of removal are why we are the best choice for homeowners, businesses, property managers, and government.
The professionals at Animal Pros can help with raccoon control services in Indianapolis area wide. Most of the common calls we receive pertain to Raccoons in the attic or crawlspace, and damage is almost guaranteed, so raccoon control is needed.
We can remove raccoons promptly and safely. Our humane solutions remove raccoons, and our restoration team can repair any raccoon damage. We cleanup any contamination or debris left behind. Raccoon trapping can be difficult if you’re not a professional. Failed attempts to trap a raccoon or control a raccoon problem, can cause a raccoon to become “trap shy” and they will gradually stay away from traps. Let our professionals control your raccoon problems safely.
Indianapolis Raccoon Trapping
Raccoon trapping is the most effective way to remove problem raccoons. Heavy duty, baited, live cage traps are the most utilized way to capture a problem raccoon. Sounds easy, doesn’t it? Here is what you should know. Most over the counter raccoon traps are not effective. Most over the counter raccoon traps sold at your local home improvement store are not made with strong enough parts, and are not properly tightened right off the shelf. Raccoons are incredibly strong and will use their hands like we do. Raccoons can tear a over the counter raccoon trap apart. If the trap is not properly tightened, the chances of the trap malfunctioning are greatly increased, leading to a educated raccoon that will have a slim chance of going in a trap again. Raccoon trapping should only be attempted by professionals like Animal Pros.
Raccoon Damage and Identification
Raccoon Damage is a common problem in residential areas across the nation. Raccoons are well adapted to living residentially. Most of the common problem calls we receive about raccoons are:
– Raccoons in the attic.
– Raccoons in the Crawlspace or under my home.
– Raccoons in the Chimney
– Raccoons in the walls.
– Raccoons digging up Yard.
– Raccoon droppings in pool.
– Raccoon in yard during the day.
– Sick or Rabid Raccoon.
– Raccoons stealing dog and cat food.
– Raccoons getting into dumpster or trash can.
– Raccoons no longer in attic, but need attic disinfected and restored.
– Raccoons in warehouse
– Raccoons in Drop Tile Ceiling
Identification of damage caused by raccoons can easily be determined from droppings, tracks, and trails of debris. When raccoons are in the attic, most clients refer to the sound as, its someone walking around in my attic. As soon as you notice raccoon activity, prompt action is needed to eliminate further damage. Call our specialists today for immediate raccoon removal.
Raccoons seen during the day seems to cause a panic, and its often thought the raccoon is rabid. Raccoons in residential areas are susceptible to rabies and other diseases, but will move during the day if food is readily available. Raccoons can be infected with rabies, raccoon roundworm, and raccoon distemper, which can be hazardous to people and pets. Chances of incidental exposure to any of these are greatly increased when raccoons move into a attic, crawlspace, or close proximity of your home. Avoid areas that may harbor raccoon contaminates. Contact Animal Pros specialists for disinfecting, sanitizing, deodorizing, and restoration services.
Raccoons are most known for the “mask” over their eyes, brown thick fur, and ringed tail. They can weigh up to 40 – 50 lbs. Raccoons are found throughout the United States, and are even problems internationally. Raccoons are omnivorous, eating both plant and animal foods. Mating begins December – June, dependent on geographical area, with 3-5 young being born starting in March. Raccoons are nocturnal, but in a residential setting can make a daytime appearance if food is readily available. Family groups of raccoons will usually remain together for the first year, and then the young will seperate.
How To Get Rid Of Raccoons
Follow these steps to keep raccoons fom living in your attic, crawlspace, or in close proximity to your home.
– Keep trash cans tightly closed.
– Do not feed pets outdoors.
– Eliminate dog and cat doors.
– Ensure there are no openings to the attic or crawlspace.
– Make sure your chimney is capped.
– Remove bird and squirrel feeders.
– Do not feed wildlife.
– Eliminate water sources.
As any wildlife living residentially, raccoons will seize a opportunity at a free meal of dog or cat food or even drink or wash off in your back yard pool. Proper precautions can eliminate future problems when dealing with residential raccoons.
Raccoon Insurance Claims
Animal Pros works with insurance providers on raccoon damage and repair claims. There are several claims that some insurance providers will try to deny that they cover. Animal Pros, is on your side and looking out for you, the homeowner. We can ensure you are treated fairly because we can deal with your insurance company. We work with all providers, All State, State Farm, Travelers, Farm Bureau, Nationwide, Liberty Mutual, The Hartford, Farmers and more. Contact us today 317-559-4044.