Our team arrived at a client’s home in Vaughan this week to find a raccoon entry point of substantial size. Raccoons normally target junctions in their attempt to enter the attic. Whatever the reason, whether it be ease or intelligence, raccoons prefer junction corners before anything else. In this scenario this raccoon has chosen the junction of a two story home in Vaughan.
During our inspection we found that birds were inside the attic and in some areas only their feathers. We believe that the raccoon came in after the birds for dinner. Our technicians had a fairly difficult time custom fitting the meshing and door due to the slope of the roof and accessibility. Furthermore finding a good grip for screws is a challenge when dealing with stucco sidewall. Finally we performed the work well and secured the barrier to the soffit. Our client has not heard any noise in the attic since.