14
Mar

Don’t close or repair entry points leading to the attic

Don't close or repair entry points leading to the attic Have you heard stories from your neighbors about the time that they used to have a raccoon but they repaired the roof and then the raccoon desperately worked its way out? We have seen a lot of those from such neighbor! Let's cover some basic facts about your roof before
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3
Mar

Squirrel Removal Newmarket February 2019

Squirrel Removal Newmarket February 2019 Another squirrel removal in Newmarket for the year of 2019. It looks like the squirrels are mobilizing and preparing for their babies. In this Newmarket home, the nifty squirrels had found an entry point which was quite genius. Thankfully the squirrels were dealt with before they could do any serious damage. Our client had heard
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3
Mar

Squirrel removal Scarborough February 2019

Squirrel removal Scarborough February 2019 Squirrels getting in a Scarborough home nearing the March baby season. In this scenario time is of the utmost importance as soon there will be babies. What makes babies difficult to deal with? In areas that are confined with no access, physical baby removal becomes an issue. Generally squirrel babies don't make noises and therefor
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17
Feb

Wildlife baby season approaching March 2019

Wildlife baby season approaching March 2019 Wildlife in Ontario are about to have their babies close to the end of the month. Raccoons, squirrels and other wildlife such as skunks are preparing their nests to give birth to their young in this season. Migratory birds are returning soon as well in the upcoming months and this includes the pests starlings.

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12
Feb

squirrel removal in Newmarket January 2019

squirrel removal in Newmarket January 2019 What makes squirrel removal and wildlife removal interesting, is the different entry points and animal habits that you run into while on the job. Every home is slightly different than another, and it has it's own story to tell. This Newmarket home had raccoons in the past, this year the raccoons returned and attempted
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11
Feb

Squirrel removal in Brampton February 2019

Squirrel removal in Brampton February 2019 One of the problems we deal with in squirrel removal and generally wildlife removal in major cities like Brampton is the frequency of returning animals. Generally the areas where we install mesh barriers are safe as long as the material remains on the roof. In some cases we return to homes where a previous
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31
Jan

Raccoon Removal Keswick January 2019

Raccoon Removal Keswick January 2019 This home had a repeat offender raccoon. Last year the raccoon had broken into the home through the junction corner on the roof of the home. The raccoon returned in 2019 and attempted to break into the soffit while using a fence as an anchor to exert its force into the soffit. If you look
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30
Jan

Raccoon Removal Newmarket January 2019

Raccoon Removal Newmarket January 2019 This topic here shows a raccoon removal done in Newmarket in January 2019. We received a call regarding raccoons inside the attic of a semi-detached home. In this home we found evidence of raccoon problems that were persistent throughout the years. We found some meshing and evidence that suggested they were returning raccoons. Typically raccoons
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8
Dec

Raccoon Removal North York December 2018

Raccoon Removal North York December 2018 As part of our raccoon removal and wildlife removal services through the years, we occasionally have call backs from previous clients. These are returning animals mainly due to the fact that prevention screenings were not installed. In this North York home, a junction was not screened, and roughly a year later animals returned to
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8
Dec

Raccoon Removal Pefferlaw November 2018

Raccoon Removal Pefferlaw November 2018 A raccoon removal was done in Pefferlaw, Ontario in November 30th 2018. The story oddly enough started out as a mouse problem, but later was concluded that raccoons were also present. Due to the noises the client heard we suspected a mice problem within the attic of the pefferlaw home. When we learned that a
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