Raccoon Removal & ExterminatorsServing Portland and Vancouver Metro Areas
Raccoons cause problems both in and outside your home. Eating and foraging mostly at night, Raccoons will leave droppings, steal food, and cause damage to your house’s structure. They’re also one of the most common carriers of rabies in the United States, making them dangerous to kids and pets.
Protect your home and family by investing in Raccoon infestation control. EcoCare’s preventive and eco-friendly Raccoon removal and control team is here for you!
– Krista D.
Our Approach to Raccoon Removal & Control
1. Property Inspection & Analysis
Our certified Portland Raccoon control team will start by thoroughly inspecting your house inside and out, assessing all damage and searching for any issues that’ve gone unnoticed. We’ll take special care to find all Raccoon access points, such as holes in your vent screens, siding, or foundation.
Once we’ve made a diagnosis, we’ll explain what we’ve found and create a control and prevention plan designed to eradicate your home’s infestation.
If Raccoons have found a way into your home, we’ll seal off every point of entry to cut off their access. Our Raccoon control team is extremely thorough and never leaves anything to chance. If your home needs a large repair to keep Raccoons out, our partner construction company will work with us to perform the necessary work.
3. Careful Raccoon Extermination
Our Portland Raccoon control company uses professional traps and safe capture methods to rid your home and property of Raccoons completely. These targeted Raccoon control methods are poison-free and extremely effective, keeping your entire family (and pets) safe while getting the job done.
Inspect. Exclude. Exterminate. Our experienced Portland and Vancouver exterminators make Raccoon removal safe and simple!
– Kevin C.
The experienced Portland EcoCare Raccoon control team is focused on solving the underlying issue of your Raccoon infestation, not just covering up the symptoms. Our goal is to ensure no Raccoons ever infiltrate your home and inflict damage again.
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Frequently Asked Questions
Do you offer Raccoon control services near me?
The friendly, experienced, and professional Raccoon exterminators at EcoCare Pest Control work all throughout the Portland and Vancouver metro areas. Contact us and we’ll come out to your home and generally offer a free, no-obligation quote.
What attracts Raccoons to my home?
Raccoons are drawn to residential homes due to the safe environment, lack of predators, and plentiful food sources. Raccoons are particularly drawn to easy-access trash bins and pet food. Some have even been known to go through a doggie door!
Can Raccoons hurt my pets?
While Raccoons may run from humans and large animals, pets like cats and dogs may not be so lucky. Particularly when cornered or feel threatened, Raccoons can become aggressive and attack pets. Given the prevalence of rabies in Raccoons, it’s always important to have your pet evaluated by a vet after a Raccoon attack.
Do you do all your prevention and Raccoon damage repairs in-house?
The Raccoon control technicians at EcoCare perform almost all needed work on our Raccoon control projects. When further expertise or more advanced construction work is required to get the job done, we partner with our sister construction company to make sure the job is done right. The only time we won’t perform work in house is with electrical damage, which requires a separate licensed contractor.
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