As far as typical entry points go, this one was a pretty secretive one! It took us a second look and about 15 minutes to find it. We had to improvise in this raccoon removal due to the location and accessibility of the entry point. We had to be crafty to deal with a craft raccoon. In order to fit our one way, our technician had to create a tunnel. This tunnel served 2 purposes. Firstly the barrier protected the length of the soffit and secondly it made room for the one-way door. How did the raccoon make that hole ? The balcony roof provided an area where the raccoon could sit and claw away at the soffit seams.
In the images you can see that the barrier appears impenetrable and the area will be safe from wildlife in the future. For this to work, a team effort had to be carried out. A technician was at the bottom guiding another technician at the top to the wooden beams below the plastic roofing. Finally, with a few tweaks and caulking we had a sturdy and leak proof roof.