Roof Soffit Intersections can be easily manipulated by an animal looking to establish a den inside the attic space.
Although raccoons do not hibernate, they do hide away in their dens during the extremely cold, snowy periods. They are capable of sleeping for weeks at a time in order to conserve valuable energy. This is a good survival strategy on their part as their food is either buried under the snow or frozen solid. This means that a raccoon living inside your attic will start spending longer periods of time inside, potentially causing more damage for the homeowner.
It is a great idea to schedule an inspection with us before the winter comes if you suspect you have an animal inside your attic.