Get rid of raccoons in the attic by using deterring noises, lights and smells. If these methods do not work or if more immediate removal is needed, you can contact a professional from a wildlife control company.
Deterring noise can be produced by playing a loud radio or other battery-operated audio device in the attic. You can put bright lights throughout the attic for additional deterrence. Raccoons may also be deterred by unpleasant smells, such as the odor of apple cider vinegar. Place one or more bowls of apple cider vinegar in the attic near the place the raccoons are entering. Using all of these methods of noise, light and odor at once is most effective.
It is best to remove raccoons at dusk rather than during the day. To locate where the raccoons enter the attic, look for areas with different building materials joining, pliable material or structural defects.
Proper eviction techniques are important for the health of the household’s residents, so it is recommended that you read information about raccoon removal from trusted sources. The best results may be attained by a professional.
When the raccoons have been removed from the attic, you can make repairs to prevent further raccoon habitation. Routinely inspect your attic to make sure it continues to remain free of raccoons.