Are there raccoons in your attic? If you have an animal infestation problem, our local Chicago area raccoon removal experts can help.
Raccoons can cause costly damages and can leave parasite and disease-ridden feces in your home.
By gnawing through cables in difficult to reach places raccoons can cause the destruction of the electrical system in your home. This is not only expensive damage but it also greatly increases your risk of a house fire.
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In addition to electrical damage, raccoons in your home can lead to extensive damage to your walls, duct-work, as well as other parts of your property.
Perhaps the most unappealing aspect of a raccoon infestation is the effects of an accumulation of raccoon feces in your home. Raccoon feces can carry germs and diseases that can be harmful to you and your loved ones. It can also cause unwanted odors to linger in your home. And then there is the problem of noise.
A raccoon infestation in your attic can mean incessant pitter-patter of animals moving across the floors above you which can be irritating in itself.
Professional Raccoon Removal
Our raccoon removal professionals at Attic Solutions are ready to help you get your attic back. Don’t hesitate to give us a call if you suspect raccoons or other animals are in your attic.
We will evaluate the situation, trap the pests, and repair the damage caused by their stay. Our staff is trained in the most effective methods for dealing with raccoons, and we’ll put them to use.
We’re the experts in raccoon removal, and take your family’s comfort and safety seriously.
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