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Charleston WV Raccoon Removal Attic Eaves Chimney and Crawlspace

                   The Wildlife Professionals in Charleston, West Virginia

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Raccoon Removal Services in Charleston, WV.

Raccoons or the Bandit-masked trash raider, can be found just about everywhere in the United States. These ubiquitous mammals are found in forests, marshes, prairies, and even in cities. They can adapt to just about any situation or living condition. With their dexterous front feet they can find and take advantage of a wide variety of habitats. Raccoons in Charleston WV will eat just about anything, from crayfish in creeks to the cat or dog food on your back porch in .

Raccoon Control Services in Charleston, WV.
Recently nuisance raccoon related calls in Charleston WV have increased due to the encroachment of urban life into wildlife habitat. When a raccoon enters your home or business it can cause both structural damage and biological issues.


Can a raccoon be dangerous if living in the house?
Raccoon scat,(poop) or droppings may contain the eggs of raccoon roundworm, Baylisascaris procyonis, which can be fatal to humans, so handling it is not advisable. If you do find a raccoon latrine in your attic or near your home, get professional help with the cleanup. If you clean it up yourself, you risk exposing yourself to the disease. Baylisascaris procyonis "is a well-known cause of visceral, ocular, and neural larva migranes in humans and other animals."
The raccoon feces should always be removed or clean up done by professional raccoon feces removal or attic restoration company. Never try to remove feces impacted insulation without the proper gear or you could be placing yourself in danger.

Should you get rid of Raccoons in the attic in Charleston, WV ?
Once you become aware of a raccoon in the attic or a raccoon in the chimney in Charleston WV it is important to contact a wildlife professional as soon as possible, Also it may be a good idea to contact your insurance agent and make them aware as well. Insurance companies in Charleston WV sometimes help or cover the feces impacted insulation removal. Raccoon removal will need to be accomplished humanely and in a timely manor. A nuisance wildlife removal agent can achieve this goal for you and even give an exclusion or repair and preventative quote so you won't have to deal with the nuisance conflict again.

 How to get rid of Raccoon's in Charleston, WV.
By understanding a Raccoon's diet that range from fruits and plants to mice, snakes, nuts, berries, wasps, frogs, squirrels and insects it allows a professional to trap them efficiently . They raid trash cans in Charleston WV state forest campsites and even in suburbia.  Their natural habitat or denning site consists of tree holes, under an outbuilding, under a porch, a fallen log or even a house’s Attic. Females have one to six cubs in early summer. The young often spend the first few months in the denning area such as an attic. Raccoon that live in the attic can make a lot of noises in the ceiling or walls making it almost impossible to sleep, raccoon's are nocturnal.

 Raccoon's tend to gorge themselves in spring and summer to store up body fat; they spend much of the winter in the denning area which could mean the attic, chimney or eaves. There are six other species of raccoon's but only one in Charleston WV . Raccoon were thought to be closely related to weasels but as it turns out they are in fact closely related to panda bears.

Raccoon's in the crawlspace or walls in Charleston, WV.

Trapping raccoon in the Crawlspace, basement, attic , eaves or in the chimney in Charleston WV is only the first step. The feces or droppings left behind and the Damage(holes) the raccoon entered will need to be addressed. Exclusion or repair and attic restoration are very important to prevent future occurrences. For Raccoon removal by raccoon removal experts in Charleston WV Call The Wildlife Professionals for all your wildlife conflicts.

 We also trap, remove and exclude Bats, Snakes, Squirrels, Opossum, Skunk, Mole, Aradillo, Alligator, Coyote, Prairie Dogs, Ground hogs, Rattle Snake, Copperhead, Coral Snake, And rats or rodent removal in Charleston WV .
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I have seen raccoon's in the park but a raccon in the attic is a different beast all together. Most people find that they have a raccoon control issue around the holidays seasons. This is when homeowners search their attic or storage areas for the thanksgiving and christmas( Hanukkah) Season in Danville WV, Boone County, Clay County, Logan County, Calhoun County, to find raccoon poop or raccoon feces in large piles in the attic insulation and the familiar stench of urine. If you find yourself in this position it is important to stop what you are doing and leave the area. If a pregnant female raccoon is in that area with you she could become unstable and even try to attack. 

We remove dead raccoons from homes, business and office spaces. a dead raccoon under the house or in a crawlspace can be very difficult to reach and cause a seriously bad odor in the house for weeks. our highly train personnel can enter the area and remove the dead animal and disinfect and sanitize the area to help with the odor.

Trapping a raccoon by trained animal trapping professionals will always be the best solution to your animal conflict.
Dumpsters are another place that a raccoon can be found foraging for food. Often times they can get stuck in the dumpster or tear up the trash in a trash can that has not been secured properly. trapping the animals is the best option.

April woke to find a raccoon had entered through the doggy door and was setting on the kitchen counter eating the last evenings left overs. Steve tried to trap the raccoon in the yard that had been eating the dogs food. A raccoon can injure a pet over food left out. Trash cans don't stand a chance against the tenacious raccoon. Some people put a rock or a brick on a trash lid only to fin out in the morning that the raccoon simply knocked the trash can over to get to the trash. Under a deck a raccoon can find safety. Raccoon carry distemper and can transmit that to your pets. John was bit by a rabid raccoon and had to have a series of rabies shots to save his life. Raccoons don't wear a mask in the real world. A Raccoon will eat just about anything from crayfish to rats and mice. I have seen a raccoon munching on a bat in a attic crawlspace once. A raccoon is a nocturnal animal. Dog and Cat food are high in vitamin K which is a natural way to counter act  rat poison.

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