Akron Raccoon Removal

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Akron Raccoon Removal is a full-service wildlife control company specializing in the humane trapping and removal of raccoons and other wild animals in Akron, OH. Whether you have a problem with raccoons in your attic, under your house, tipping over garbage cans, digging up the yard, stealing pet food, pooping in your pool, or any other raccoon mischief we can solve it! The key to our wildlife control lies in our trapping expertise, and ability to employ the correct strategy for your specific wildlife problem. If you have raccoons in your attic for example, the key is in inspection of the attic and house, removal of the nest of baby raccoons, and the preventative work - we seal wild animals out of your house forever. We use humane trapping and relocation methods and we do not use poison! We answer our phone 24/7, and can schedule a same-day or next day appointment. Some of the services we offer include:

  • Humane Raccoon Trapping and Relocation
  • House, Roof, and Attic Inspections
  • Preventative Wildlife Exclusion Repairs
  • Raccoon Droppings Cleanup in Attic
  • Removal of Baby Raccoons in Attic By Hand
  • Poison-free Animal Removal and Prevention
  • Porch, Deck, or Shed Exclusion Barriers
  • Dead Raccoon Removal - Indoors and Out

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Akron raccoon trapping Akron's Best Raccoon Control: Have pesky raccoons invaded your home? Are you tired of buying different raccoon repellents and setting traps but all in vain? We provide the best raccoon removal services in town. We are a family run business serving people for years. Our dedicated team is available 24/7 for your assistance. Yes, you heard it right; we never take a day off, neither on weekends or on holidays. We understand how difficult it can become to deal with such animals roaming freely in your house. We respect the trust you put in us. That is why you can contact us anytime through phone calls or text messages. We believe in the humane removal of animals. This means we capture and relocate them to a natural habitat. Our skilled technicians use special devices to locate animals in even the farthest corner of your home. This is especially helpful in attics, basements, or garages. Once the animal is removed, our team makes sure to repair any damage caused by the raccoons. We would seal all entryways of these troublesome creatures. Moreover, we will clean up all the mess left behind. In addition to raccoon removal, we offer satisfactory pest removal services. Moreover, you can contact us for Moles, skunks, or even birds trying to intervene on your property. Our staff is well trained in snake control as well. What are you waiting for? Contact us now for urgent services. We book appointments for the same day or a day after.

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We are Ohio's top experts in wildlife and raccoon control. We are not a typical Akron raccoon control or pest control company. We don't treat wild animals like insects, because they are not! You can't just use poison to get rid of them. You also can't just set a few traps on the ground and call it good. Each situation is unique. And remember, if you have raccoons living in your house, it is almost certainly a female with a litter of young inside. These juveniles must be removed by hand, or they will starve to death and die. And after they are gone, the entry holes into the house must be sealed with professional repairs. Unlike most Akron pest control, we focus on complete and permanent solutions, by following these steps:

  • Inspect the entire house, ground to roof, and the attic
  • Seal shut all entry areas with professional grade steel
  • If in attic, we remove the baby raccoons by hand
  • Technical and human raccoon trapping appropriate to situation
  • When necessary, we clean raccoon droppings and replace insulation

Akron Raccoon Control Tip: An Introduction To Raccoons And Their Nature
There are few pest animals that are as adaptable as the raccoon, and while many animal species have seen a reduction in numbers as the human population has spread and increased in the United States, the raccoon population has actually thrived. One of the key reasons here is that they are able to adapt to be able to live alongside people, and to find the areas which will allow them to scavenge for food without coming into direct contact with people, which carries a greater risk for them.

The raccoon is quite an easy animal to identify, as it has a very distinctive black and white face where the black fur surrounds the eyes of the animal in a ‘robber's mask'. When fully grown they will usually be between two and four feet in length, and will weigh between ten and thirty pounds, depending on the animal's habitat. The raccoon also has a distinctive tail which will usually have black and white stripes. 

One of the most interesting aspects of the raccoon's biology is found in the front paws, which have a thick layer of skin that softens up quickly when dampened, and raccoons use these front paws to examine food, and for any task requiring a particular level of dexterity. Because these front paws are on slightly shorter legs, it does mean that the raccoons are not particularly quick, or especially strong swimmers, but they are competent in both of these areas.

Life Cycle
Mating season for the raccoons is usually in the early spring, depending on the conditions and temperatures in their habitat, with the female giving birth to a litter of between two and five kits around two months later. The young raccoons are very vulnerable at birth, being both deaf and blind, but will develop gradually, and will usually be starting to try solid food after around six weeks. It can take up to four months for the kits to be fully weaned, and the young will usually leave their mother in the fall to find their own territory. Life expectancy for most raccoons can range from 18 months to 3 years, but there are examples of raccoons growing to a much older age.

In the wild, raccoons will usually prefer wooded areas for their habitats, where they will be able to find a range of food sources, although they will usually avoid the open plains which make them feel vulnerable and offer little cover. However, over the recent centuries they have adapted well to urban and suburban areas, and have also managed to thrive in these areas too.

The raccoon has a very adaptable digestive system which allows it to use a range of different food sources, and it is generally omnivorous, combining vegetable matter and small animals in its diet. Where possible, the raccoon can show a preference for fruits and nuts when they are in season, although in the spring before these start to become more widespread, they will also eat a greater proportion of insects and worms. They will tend to have a greater calorie intake in the fall, as they build up fat stores for the winter.

Raccoons are generally nocturnal animals, that will tend to come out as night falls, when they can explore with less of a threat, but it is also true that they can be adaptable in this regard if greater food sources are available during daytime. They are also well known for dousing, where raccoons will dip their food in water and rotate it in their paws, with scientists believing the extra sensitive paws allow them to fully examine their food.

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