Raccoon Removal Service areas

Apex Wildlife removal removes raccoons from Germantown, TN, Bartlett, TN, Collierville, TN, Olive Branch, MS, Millington, TN, Memphis, TN, Southaven, MS, Atoka, TN, Horn Lake, MS, West Memphis, AR Marion, AR, Covington, TN, Brownsville, TN, Blytheville, AR, Oxford, MS

If you’re in Germantown, Collierville, Bartless, Hickory Hill or Downtown Memphis we got your raccoon problem covered! We can remove the raccoon, clean up after him and secure the structure against a future infestation. We got you covered!

Trapped Raccoon

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Raccoon Removal Service Specifications

We provide raccoon trapping services as well as repair work. Our goal is to remove the animal and fix the hole or holes. Raccoons, are very agile and can easily get into a hole about the size of a grapefruit. If the hole is in the roof you might even have a watershed issue wherein water can get into the roof and rot the lumber. Most of the time there is already something broken or missing from the roof and that’s when the raccoon will exploit the opening to make it bigger. Raccoons feel much safer in an attic than outside in the wild, sometimes they even have their young in the attic as well.

If they do have young you will hear some very strange sounds coming out of the attic. In this case we might use a paste or a fluid to evict the raccoon and it’s young without having to trap them. Raccoon Eviction fluid is not always guaranteed to work just the way we expect it to, however the female will have a reaction. If she simply moves the young to another area of the structure we can re-apply and that should work. If further action is necessary, don’t worry, we will take the next step. Wildlife control is not exact science in methods. Sometimes one method is better than another. When we perform an inspection, we will come up with a complete solution to solve your raccoon problem and the technician will be able to explain everything to you.

Humane trapping of raccoons

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Attic Clean-up Services

Cleaning up after raccoons can be a tough task! Raccoons not only damage insulation, they sometimes use it as a bathroom. If you find feces in the attic, you should have it professionally cleaned. Raccoon feces can contain raccoon roundworm eggs along with many other zoonotic diseases. Do not attempt to clean it up yourself without the proper safety gear.