Toronto Raccoon Removal

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Raccoon is a common problem in Toronto and the GTA and most home owners are not fond of them in their property. If you have a raccoon in your property or nesting in your home, you need to ll 360 Wildlife Control right away.? We are a fully insured and lolly owned wildlife control company specializing in humane removal of raccoons, squirrels, skunks, bats, birds and groundhogs. Our service areas include Toronto, Srborough, Markham, Newmarket, Richmond Hill, Vaughan, North York, Etobicoke, Brampton, Mississauga, Pickering, Ajax, Whitby, Oshawa and the GTA.

What Threats Do Wild Raccoons Pose?

  • Raccoons n turn vicious when they feel threatened.
  • Raccoons also spread disease through their droppings.
  • Raccoons often destroy attic insulation, chewing wires and use other damages

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Where Do Raccoons Build Their Nest?

Raccoons tend to nest in attics, chimneys, walls, or the space under decks. They enter your home by damaging and squeezing through roof vents, roof pipes or by making holes in your roof where the lower roof and soffit meet. Once the raccoons are in the attic, electril wiring and insulation n be compromised leading to possible fire. The accumulation of feces n also se serious human health problems. ll 360 Wildlife Control for Toronto raccoon removal today.

More about raccoons:

  • Raccoons n adapt and n live virtually anywhere
  • Raccoons are active at night
  • They n weigh over 20lbs
  • Raccoons have amazing memory
  • Up to 8 kits per litter. ?Average is about 3-5.
  • Raccoons are omnivores

Toronto Raccoon Removal

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We will dispatch a wildlife control technician to your home within 24 hours of your ll. Our experienced raccoon removal technicians will arrive at your home, conduct inspection and give you a free estimate on removing the raccoons and prevent re-entry.

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