Noise in your attic will often indicate the presence of unwanted visitors. It could be skittering, thumping, vocal sound, nuts rolling, or scratching noise coming from the attic. This will be scary, especially if you don’t know what is causing the noise.
Knowing the type of critters residing in your attic will help you devise the best strategy for removing them. If the noise is often heard during the day in the early morning or evening hours, squirrels are nesting in your house. But if the sound comes at night with slow but heavy noises, you could be harbouring raccoons. Rats and mice always make pitter-patter noises as they move up and down walls. Birds and bats will chirp and flutter.
These factors will help you identify the type of animal in your attic; (more…)
As cities continue to get larger encroaching on areas once belonged to wildlife, the interaction between us and wild animals has increased considerably. While it is understandable that wild animals find it difficult to deal with the changing times, having to let go of their natural habitat for their new neighbors, it sometimes becomes necessary for us to get rid of the ones that encroach upon our properties, causing damages and even spreading disease. (more…)
When it comes to raccoons, those who haven’t experienced nasty invasions from these creatures may often perceive them to be quite lovable and maybe even friendly. This however, isn’t really true.
Although raccoons do look cute, their pesky characteristics of invading homes and making life miserable for homeowners often make it imperative to call upon raccoon control services. (more…)
The largest member of the Procyonid family, raccoons may seem like the most lovable creatures at first glance, but ask anyone who has been harassed by these fuzzy animals, and you will know that behind that adorable face lies a nuisance.
While raccoons were initially forest-dwelling animals, the increased invasion of human settlements into their territory brought them close to our species, and then, it was their turn to turn into invaders! (more…)
When it comes to how to get rid of squirrels from your attic, there a number of measures that can be taken in order to get rid of them; One of the first things you should do however is making sure a squirrel cannot make it way from the attic into your home, if they panic they will take any route possible to escape including into and through your home. (more…)
The raccoon is a mammal native to Southern Canada and is colloquially pronounced as the coon. It is a medium-sized mammal and is the largest member of the Procyonid family. With the body length between 40-70 cm and the weight approximately ranging between 8-20 lbs, it is one fairly large carnivore with a striking resemblance to both cat and monkey. (more…)
Squirrels are quirky creatures and are fun to watch as they dart around up and down trees. They are generally harmless so long as they stay outside but it’s a different story when they make their way in ones attic and take up residence in the roof. All of a sudden they start causing trouble and they are not so lovable. Squirrel removal becomes a necessity as they can cause great damage to your roof. (more…)
Many people have problems with squirrels, raccoons and other unwanted pests inhabiting their attic. There are steps you can take to prevent the invasion of these unwanted pests in your attic. How to Wildlife Proof Your Attic Against squirrels and raccoons is a concern of many homeowners. Fortunately, the idea of how to do this may be simper than you think. (more…)
Raccoons, though very cute, can be a real menace when they decide to make their home in your attic. They are bold creatures and capable enough to find warm places like attics to live in. They make their way into the attic through the chimney, eaves, vents, or any damaged part of your roof. Once inside, they can be very destructive and in most cases professional raccoon removal is necessary. Fortunately, here are some ways on how to keep raccoons out of your attic. (more…)
Skunks are nocturnal animals that hibernate during the cold season. The produce an odor that proves difficult to remove. This is perhaps the greatest disadvantages that these animals pose to humans and pets at home. They will spray this odor on pets and humans if they come across them accidentally. At times, they dig and spray walls. They are also a great carrier of rabies and are known to spray pets when frightened. If you are dealing with skunks and want to deal with skunk removal on your own here are some tips. (more…)