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Raccoon removal - New Orleans - we trap raccoons under houses, in the garden and sometimes they rip up the yard! Certain times of the year we find raccoons that just love to destroy the yard. Most of the time they go into the attic and cause problems by going to the bathroom in piles or simply by making noises in the attic.

Baby raccoons in the attic: Yeah it happens!

We evict mother raccoons with her babies rather than trap them if we can - but make no mistake, a mother raccoon WILL rip a hole in your roof to get back in if she wants to and or feels the need to get back in. Simply waiting until dark and closing up the entrance will just result in you having another hole in your roof somewhere else!


The cost is based on what we have to do. Eviction fluid/paste will cost between 185.00 and 235.00 depending on the ladder work involved - unfortunately raccoons like high places. Trapping is our usual 385.00 but can go up again depending on the ladder work and or our liability in setting traps in the area to be trapped. The price can also be affected by the use of Trap Alert units and the travel time involved to get to you on a regular basis. Animal trapping regulations require us to check our traps daily and kill traps every other day - you can bet that costs us in gas money and hourly labor rate.


How many babies raccoons have is up to nature but I typically see about 3-5 in a litter with 5 being the most common. I usually see these litters and get calls for babies raccoons in attics around may and sometimes a second time in August and or September - but mostly around May.


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