Raccoon baby season started in mid March this year in 2019. Little by little homes started having raccoon entries into the attic in March and increasingly more since. Today we want to clarify what a proper raccoon removal looks like, and our example is Newmarket. Our client called us for help in regards to a raccoon problem. He said that he had been using a company since March to remove a persistent raccoon. Apparently the raccoon kept breaking into his home repeatedly and he couldn’t understand why. Since the raccoon had babies already, she continually ripped off the 1-way door and entered the attic. Workmanship is important, however in this scenario it was helpful in allowing the raccoon reach her babies before they die.
The client told us that the previous company said “it’s too dangerous to enter the attic to remove the babies”. That’s almost the same as a fireman not doing his job because fire is too dangerous. Yes, sometimes it’s impossible to remove babies due to many reasons, but attempts should at least be made. Raccoons will infinitely damage the roof if a one-way door is used while their babies are inside the attic. Unfortunately this resulted in never ending bills for the client before he had enough and called us.