We provide South Carolina with a complete raccoon removal & raccoon control service! We trap or evict the raccoons, seal your home to prevent raccoon entry and clean up the mess they leave behind. AAAC Wildlife Removal warranties all of our wildlife prevention and repair work. Ask about our lifetime warranty!
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PO Box 25608, Columbia SC 29224
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Removal or getting rid of nuisance raccoons and then performing exclusion or making your attics and buildings raccoon proof is a permanent solution to the problem. Raccoons usually gain entrance to attics and other structures from the roof, especially if tree limbs hang over the roofline. Removal of these overhanging limbs will also reduce access to your roofline. If you suspect you have a raccoon in your attic, in your walls, in sheds or utility building you should call our raccoon removal specialist immediately. Our raccoon removal specialists have the necessary training, licensing and skills to get rid of your nuisance raccoons, raccoon trapping, complete the necessary repairs and exclusion techniques stated above to keep raccoons out of your South Carolina home or business.
Raccoons are common throughout South Carolina. Raccoons den up in hollow trees, drain pipes, attics of homes and buildings, under decks, under storage buildings, in brush piles and abandoned burrows.
In urban areas, raccoons damage buildings (particularly in attics and roofs), gardens, fruit trees, lawns, get into garbage cans, and trash containers. Occasionally, one or more raccoons will establish a communal toilet area in your attic resulting in the deposition of a large number of scats.
If you suspect you have a raccoon in your attic, under porch, under sheds or utility building you should call our raccoon removal specialists immediately. We can get rid of your raccoons and repair any damages they have caused to your home or business!
In urban areas, raccoons damage buildings (particularly in attics and roofs), gardens, fruit trees, lawns, get into garbage cans, and trash containers. Occasionally, one or more raccoons will establish a communal toilet area in your attic resulting in the deposition of a large number of scats. They are also attracted to pet food left outdoors and will attack pets.
Trapping with baited cage traps is the most satisfactory way to remove raccoons. There are no federally registered chemicals to control raccoons. Approved chemical repellents have not been found to be effective. You should never attempt to trap raccoons or remove a wild animal unless you have the necessary training to do so.
Since free roaming wildlife does not receive veterinary care, all wildlife species can carry diseases and parasites. Raccoons are known carriers of rabies, canine distemper, encephalitis, histoplasmosis, trypanosomiasis, coccidiosis, toxoplasmosis, tularemia, tuberculosis, listeriosis, leptospirosis, roundworms, and mange. They are also infested with fleas, ticks, lice, and mites which are known transmitters of disease. Children and pets are particularly at risk.