Raccoon Removal In Winnipeg

A1 Pest Solutions Inc, renowned for its deep-rooted expertise in humane wildlife control, has been successfully resolving raccoon issues in Winnipeg for years. Our team of experienced professionals is highly skilled in employing safe, effective strategies to ensure your property remains secure from raccoon intrusions, protecting both your home and business environments from these cunning invaders.
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Signs of Raccoon Damage

Raccoons are notorious for their clever and destructive behaviours, making them one of the most troublesome pests to manage. Some clear signs of raccoon activity include overturned garbage cans, damaged gardens, and raided bird feeders, which are evident in their search for food. Structural damages often include torn roof shingles, compromised soffits, or gnawed woodwork, especially around attic areas where they are prone to denning. Indoors, raccoons can tear apart insulation, sever electrical wires, and damage air ducts, which not only require costly repairs but also pose significant fire hazards. They leave behind urine and feces that can contaminate areas and spread pathogens, posing serious health risks. Additionally, the nocturnal noises they make—such as scratching, thumping, and vocalizations—can be particularly disturbing during the quiet of the night.

Our Raccoon Removal Process

At A1 Pest Solutions Inc, our raccoon removal strategy is anchored in a humane and effective exclusion method. Initially, our comprehensive inspection uncovers all potential entry points raccoons use to infiltrate your premises, determining whether any kits (babies) are present. If so, we may employ measures to encourage mother raccoons to relocate kits to another denning site or may choose to physically remove kits depending on the situation. Kits physically removed would be placed in a reunion box to allow mother raccoons to reunite and move kits to another denning site. We then install specialized exclusion devices that allow raccoons to exit but block their re-entry, effectively evicting them from the premises. These entry points are subsequently reinforced with robust materials to ensure durable protection against future invasions. Our commitment extends to providing long-lasting solutions that address both the immediate problem and prevent recurring issues, ensuring your environment remains healthy and raccoon-free.

Raccoon Control in Winnipeg

Struggling with raccoons? Don’t wait—reach out to A1 Pest Solutions Inc for professional, humane, and effective raccoon control. Secure your property today by calling us; let us restore your peace of mind with our reliable services.

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What Do Raccoons Eat?

As omnivores, raccoons eat vegetation and meat. The vegetation in their diet consists of cherries, apples, acorns, persimmons, berries, peaches, citrus fruits, plums, wild grapes, figs, watermelons, beech nuts, corn, and walnuts. When it comes to meat, raccoons consume more invertebrates than vertebrates, according to the ADW. Some of the raccoon’s favourite animal treats are frogs, fish, crayfish, insects, rodents and bird eggs. When food is scarce, raccoons aren’t above scavenging human trash or eating roadkill.

Do I have Raccoons in My Yard?

In residential yards, raccoons easily construct dens in tree hollows, under porches and decks, and in rarely used sheds where they then feed on fruits, nuts, insects, outdoor pet food, and garbage. Though they are nocturnal and mostly solitary creatures, the pests are fairly destructive and give property owners many opportunities to discover their obtrusive presence. For instance, raccoons are messy eaters, and individuals may wake up to trash strewn about lawns. They also rip up sod searching for grub, steel siding off homes, and scratch up ornamental trees and fences. Finally, residents may be alerted to infestations of raccoons in backyards by the presence of their distinctive tracks.

Can Raccoons Cause Diseases?

Raccoons can carry several bacterial diseases and parasites that can be transmitted to humans and pets through a bite or the ingestion of raccoon waste. Some diseases that can affect humans and pets include leptospirosis, salmonella, roundworm, and rabies. Some signs that a raccoon may have rabies include aggressiveness, unusual vocalization, and excessive drool or foam from the mouth.

Secure Your Space with A1 Pest Solutions Inc

Protect your home and business from unwanted pests and wildlife with A1 Pest Solutions Inc, Safety and effectiveness are our top priorities. Contact us today to schedule an inspection and experience the peace of mind that comes with our guaranteed removal services.
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