Wednesday, January 30. 2019
Picture this: It is 4am and you are woken up by a large bang from above. It is a week night and you have a deadline to meet at work the next day. You lie awake for hours with an array of thoughts going through your mind wondering what it could be. You begin to wonder what damage they are causing to your home. Your anxiety and stress starts to build.
Once baby raccoons are born, there will be a lot of noise emanating from the attic. A lot of our customers describe the noise of a crying baby raccoon as sounding like multiple birds chirping. They make a high-pitch chirping noise when they feel bothered or are hungry. Since raccoons are nocturnal, this chaos of noise will occur primarily at night, keeping you awake, worrying about the problem.
Gates Wildlife wants to prevent this from happening to you and your family. Protect your # 1 investment by getting your house inspected on the first sign of an animal intrusion. It is our experience that wildlife problems should be dealt with quickly to avoid further damage to your home. Dealing with the problem before babies are born can alleviate a lot of stress in the upcoming months.