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Raccoon Removal Services
Any damage caused by raccoons can be repaired by A Team Services, Inc. Our raccoon removal services cover cleaning and decontaminating any and all areas affected by raccoons in your home. If your attic is contaminated with raccoon feces and urine, we have the experience, knowledge, tools, and equipment to properly clean your attic. Most raccoon removal service providers only remove the feces and spray disinfectant around, that’s fine if the contamination is in a very small area. But from our experience, raccoons don’t just stay in one small area. Raccoons tend to have a favorite place to nest and use the restroom, but most likely they have run throughout your attic.
When you choose our raccoon removal services, we locate the entry points, find the feces, nests, and babies if any. Usually, when dealing with a raccoon infestation the best solution is to remove all of the infested insulation in your attic. By doing this, it guarantees we have removed the entire infestation. Then we can decontaminate your attic eliminating all pathogens for your protection.
Finally, we can install new insulation in your attic, restoring your attic to its natural state.
Raccoons carry a number of diseases that can be transferred to humans and pets. Raccoons are the #1 carrier of rabies which can be fatal if left untreated. They have canine distemper, which can kill your dog.
Their feces usually contain raccoon roundworm. If not removed and decontaminated the spores in their feces can be inhaled by humans or pets causing them to become infected. It is extremely important to remove any raccoons and feces from the house.
A number of different parasites and diseases affect raccoons such as ticks, fleas, lice, tapeworms, tuberculosis, and manage the disease
What we do!
During the raccoon removal services, we will also seal all raccoon entry points and reinforce any potential re-entry points ensuring that your home is raccoon proofed. You might be thinking to yourself, this sounds expensive. Well, in some cases, it can be. The good news for you is raccoon damage is almost always covered by homeowners insurance.