Got Some Uninvited Guests & Need Some Professional Help?
Wildlife control service
Outside of pests, bugs, and small rodents, there are other invaders that might try to make a home on your property. They mostly come out at night, and they are larger than those other pests. We’re talking about small animals like opossums, skunks, and raccoons. These members of our nearby wildlife can dig through your garbage and create huge messes, all while also carrying any number of diseases. Occasionally, we run into creatures that require a little more planning and work. We have the ability to seal up holes where animals such as bats and squirrels have entered your home. We also can help save your yard from mole activity. Since each wildlife issue is different we assess each situation differently. If we cannot address it, we will certainly point you in the right direction to cure your wildlife problem.
Procore Pest Control will work with licensed trappers to remove your wildlife problem quickly and humanely without endangering the animal or your property. To make your home less attractive to these animals, make sure to secure your garbage lids as well as possible. Also, you can freeze organic waste, which will prevent it from smelling too inviting. Raccoons in particular do not like a castor oil, dish detergent, and water mixture, so spray it around your garbage to keep them away.
Wildlife Control for Raccoons
It’s appropriate that the raccoon has their signature markings around their eyes that make them like burglars. They will do anything they can to scavenge through your garbage and leftovers to look for food. They can be found wherever there is trash, and sadly urban centers like Seattle have a lot of trash out in the open. They can essentially eat anything, which makes a garbage can the same as a buffet table to them. They are very intelligent considering that they like to eat garbage, so they often will find creative ways to get into garbage cans no matter how well they are secured. They carry with them rabies and roundworm. They are very aggressive, so if you come across a raccoon, do not go near it.