Raccoon Trapping Experts At BATS R US LLC
Removing Raccoons Throughout Southern CT, Including Greenwich, New Cannan, Stamford, Westport And Wilton
The BATS R US Wildlife Removal Specialists have highly trained Raccoon Removal Experts who will help you trap raccoons in your attic, walls, or on your property.
Humane Raccoon Trapping
BATS R US LLC’s raccoon trapping team believes in removing raccoons humanely from residential and commercial buildings. As highly knowledgeable raccoon specialists, we believe that all raccoons should be live trapped, but when impossible at times, we may have to use non-poisonous methods that quickly kill a raccoon.
Effective Raccoon Exclusion
Structural modifications must follow professionally assisted raccoon trapping and removal from any building so the raccoons cannot return. Bats R Us Wildlife raccoon exclusion pros identify all the entry points so they may be sealed and repaired and locate structural defects that may give raccoons access in the future.
Any Company That Suggests Poisonous Chemicals Will Solve A Raccoon Invasion Doesn’t Understand The Proper Raccoon Trapping And Control Strategies.
Bats R US Wildlife Is Connecticut’s Professional Raccoon Trapping Solution For Nuisance Raccoons
Have you been noticing raccoons in or around your home lately? Knowing where to look and how to respond when you see these animals is essential! Raccoons take up residence in crawlspaces, chimneys, and attics. Raccoons are forever searching for food, trash, and some comfortable living quarters.
Given the widespread population of raccoons in Connecticut’s urban areas, raccoons often damage gardens, overturn and feed out of garbage cans, and live in sheds, garages, and areas beneath porches. But the worse damage a raccoon produces occurs when it enters the attic. And if a pregnant female takes refuge in an attic, she’ll give birth to a brood of whining kits. Once you know a raccoon is in your attic, you should get the Bats R US raccoon experts there as soon as possible.
If You Want To Decrease The Probability Of Raccoons On Your Property, Do Not Leave Pet Food Out At Night And Keep Your Trash Bins Securely Covered.
Raccoons enter your building, especially the attic, in several ways, including ripping through roof shingles, a roof vent, a gable vent, soffits, eaves, fascia, or any rotted wood or poorly fitted siding.
You should contact us to investigate if you believe a raccoon is inside your building. We check the outside structure and inside your attic to locate any raccoons present, establish a removal program, and assess any damages or structural issues.
The Proper Raccoon Trapping Solution When A Raccoon Accesses A Building
- We locate the raccoon and any access points the raccoon used, and any vulnerabilities that may result in future incursions.
- Next, we strategically place properly baited one-way lived traps in areas best suited to capture the raccoon.
- Once we remove all raccoons, we can repair any access points.
- If a raccoon has entered an attic, we can remove all contaimated materials like raccoon poop and soiled insulation, then decontaminate the area and deodorize if you made that request.
- Finally, we can do any necessary repairs within the building, which may include complete insulation replacement.
When called in for our raccoon trapping expertise, our first step is inspecting the building from top to bottom, inside and out.
Raccoons often get into Southern Connecticut chimneys, so we must use specialized traps to capture the critter successfully. Please properly cap your chimney!
A mother raccoon is highly protective of her kits and will aggressively defend them. Leave the trapping of a female raccoon with kits to a professional.
Raccoons Can Cause Extensive Damage To Connecticut Buildings Inside And Out
If a raccoon has been inside for some time, the damage can run into thousands of dollars, so if you think you may have a raccoon inside your building, act now and call BATS R US raccoon trapping pros at (203) 885-3822.
A raccoon ripped its way through this roof and entered the attic.
A raccoon got inside this attic, tearing through the venting system.
This attic had raccoon poop and pee throughout its insulation.
A raccoon ripped up insulation boarding throughout this attic.
Another Great BATS R Us Wildlife Testimonial Regarding Raccoons
“…He(Joe, owner of Bats R Us) Truly Cares.”
“Bats R Us quickly and humanly relocated two raccoons that were living underneath our deck at a fair price. Joe came morning and night to check the traps, even came on Easter morning. He truly cares about the animals and the homeowner. We will definitely call Joe again for any wildlife concerns.”
John Pace, CT
Bats R US Wildlife Removal Specialist LLC
80 Walnut Hill Road
Bethel, CT 06801
Telephone: (203) 885-3822