Toledo Raccoon Removal
Expert Raccoon Trapping in Ann Arbor
Raccoons are one of the most commonly found nuisance animals. Although
they may look adorable, you don’t want to share your home or yard
with them. These clever bandits, sometimes referred to as “trash
pandas”, can carry disease, cause structural damage, and create
a mess. Luckily, our team at
Frame's Wildlife Control is here to solve even the most extensive raccoon issues. Our technicians
have nearly 50 years of experience and offer expert raccoon trapping,
removal, and control services to homes throughout Toledo, Ann Arbor, and
For expert raccoon control in Toledo and Ann Arbor, call our professionals at
(833) 948-3132 today.
Are Raccoons Dangerous?
A raccoon's reputation is somewhat mixed. Animals that help the other animals
are often shown as furry, lovable creatures in cartoons. Real-life and
online, they have developed reputations as feisty, dirty, and dangerous.
Raccoons do present certain risks to humans and pets as the latter description
is more accurate. Nevertheless, raccoons are not as dangerous as their
reputation implies. With preventative measures and common sense, you can
avoid them altogether.
Do Raccoons Hibernate?
The raccoon doesn't actually hibernate. In cold Toledo weather, it hunkers
down. As winter approaches, they eat as much as they can to accumulate
fat, and their coats become thicker so that they can withstand the cold.
As they hunt for food, raccoons can be particularly pestiferous. Garbage
cans are turned over and lawns are dug up looking for grubs. Tracking
down raccoons in your yard now can be a good idea, before they settle
into their dens and before they give birth.
Damage Caused by Raccoons
While raccoons typically prefer building dens in heavily wooded areas,
more and more often, raccoons are creating dens in attics, chimneys, under
homes, and in outbuildings. They have their young in spring and can have
up to 6 cubs per litter, meaning a single raccoon can quickly turn into
a full infestation.
Strange noises like thumping, whining, or scratching at night, as well
as the presence of urine or droppings in your attic are signs that you
are sharing your home with raccoons and that you need to contact our professionals
right away. Waiting to handle this
wildlife issue can quickly lead to a variety of problems, including:
- Electrical and insulation damage
- Spread of diseases, including rabies and roundworms
- Damage to roofs, siding, crawlspaces, or decks
- Harm to small pets
Why Choose Frame's Raccoon Removal Specialists in Toledo?
If you suspect raccoons in your home, reach out to Frame's Wildlife Control.
We will perform a detailed inspection of your space, walk you through
your options, and then get to work trapping and removing these animals.
In addition to raccoon removal in Toledo, we offer comprehensive exclusion
solutions, so you don’t have to deal with wildlife invading your
property again. We want for you to only call our team once, so we will
go above and beyond to ensure your complete safety and comfort the first
time. When you need high-quality raccoon control services in Toledo, Ann
Arbor, or any of the surrounding areas, choose our qualified technicians
at Frame's Wildlife Control.
Don’t share your home with these noisy guests a moment longer. Call
us today at
(833) 948-3132 or
fill out our short online form.