26
Oct

Squirrel Removal from Side Vent

  Exhaust Vents on the side of the house are a common place for squirrels to get in. They can easily chew the plastic cover and nest inside. If you have noticed the vent flaps have been chewed, or removed, it’s a good chance that you have squirrels getting in. In most cases you can hear the squirrels coming in

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26
Oct

Squirrel removal from chimney

There are only two scenarios when it comes to squirrels in the chimney; they are nesting in the chimney and can get in and out at will or the squirrel has accidently fallen inside and can’t get out because the chimney flue at the bottom is too slippery. If it has fallen inside accidently you will definitely hear the squirrel

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26
Oct

Raccoon removal from under the deck

Ever planned a nice BBQ event only to later cancel because of a vicious raccoon living underneath your deck? Well it happens more than you think. There are hundreds of kids not being able to play in the backyard because of a nuisance raccoon. That’s when we come to the rescue. With years of raccoon removal experience we guarantee to

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26
Oct

Raccoon Removal from Attic

Ever wonder why raccoons tear a hole on the roof to get inside your attic? Attics are dry, dark, and warm; thus the perfect den site for raccoons. It is often easily accessible and rent free. Well, how do you know if you have raccoons in your attic? Sometimes it could be tricky to tell but in most cases it

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25
Oct

Raccoon Removal from Chimney

Chimney’s are common dens for raccoons, it resembles their natural den ‘hollow of a tree’. In Toronto only a small percentage of homes have capped their chimney flue properly. Due to that every year we get a lot of calls in regards to raccoon removal from chimneys. So how do you know for sure if you have a raccoon living

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25
Oct

Is trapping a raccoon the best solution in a human-wildlife conflict?

In most cities and provinces across Canada, it is illegal to trap and relocate an animal more than 1km. So the short answer to our question is ‘No’, but let’s find out more about how trapping works. Let’s say you live in Toronto, ON and currently have a raccoon that has made a hole in the roof vent and is

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