Raccoon repellants are not effective because the truth is that most of the products that are on the market that advertise being raccoon repellents, ranging from all-natural and organic to poisonous solutions in various forms and spray powder and even devices that flashlights and omit sound hardly have any lasting effect. Scents like coyote or fox that smell like predators guarantee that it’s going to drive the raccoons away but this is not true. The only time where does work is on her young mother raccoon with young baby raccoons. If you want to get rid of the raccoons in your home, contact Raccoon Removal Kitchener to solve your raccoon problem!
Sprays are is not effective because this is dangerous and can have negative consequences on your health. Battery-powered machines that claim to scare away the raccoon with lights may also be a temporary fix. Alternatively, you can use a radio station that has an interview as they think there is a human presence. A commonly known method that works is hanging ammonia-soaked rags because raccoons cannot tolerate the smell of ammonia. To get rid of raccoons effectively you should contact a local wildlife service that will get the job done effectively.
The technician during the inspection will make recommendations by checking on any possible entry points that might be prone to raccoon intrusion such as attics and chimneys are a well-known hiding spot for raccoons to hunker down in during the harsh winter nights. Raccoons will choose attics because of its perfect living conditions to rear young in. If you suspect any raccoon presence in your attic contact a wildlife removal service right away to prevent long-lasting material damage.
Drastic measures are being implemented all around the world to halt the spread of COVID-19. The effects of the Coronavirus are also being felt at home with multiple cases reported in Ontario. With the government’s shutdown of public school and giving out warnings to people to avoid gatherings of all sorts and the unknown nature of the COVID-19. It is highly recommended to practice proper personal hygiene, washing hands, and disinfecting property that is used daily. While little information is known about the virus, the likelihood that raccoons and other animals might be a carrier is high. Our technicians are dedicated to giving you the best service possible in the turbulent times we all are going through, and that extra emphasis should be given on practicing social-distancing and washing hands