Welcome to Animals in the Attic of Lexington! We are a professional wildlife removal company servicing Lexington Kentucky. We specialize in the removal of critters from the attic of homes and businesses, and are respected
in Lexington as the best wildlife specialists for this unique work. Whether you have a family of squirrels, an infestation of rats or mice, a destructive raccoon with babies, or even a colony of bats or birds, we take
great care to remove the wildlife from your home safely and effectively, and we solve the problem permanently, with guarantee! We provide all the services needed - from complete 30-point home and attic inspection,
to the trapping or exclusion of all the animals, including any nests of babies, to complete animal-proofing and repairs, we do it all. We also provide attic cleanup services, if needed.
To see our prices updated for 2020 visit lexingtonanimalattic.com and click "prices".
We are fully Kentucky licensed and insured. We operate 24 hours per day, 7 days per week. Call us any time, and we will be happy to discuss your critter problem, and provide a price estimate for the work needed, and schedule a same-day or next-day appointment. Call us any time at 859-475-5860. We look forward to hearing from you.
Raccoon Repellent - Raccoon Repellents: Repellents are considered as the first and foremost means to avoid raccoons' disturbance in the chimney or attic. Whenever, a female raccoon is found to be in safe tract to raise the young, predator urine and noise are designed by some experts to enforce it to leave such places with young.
Due to being unbelievably multitalented raccoons are not easily removable. There are numerous known approaches to repel raccoons permanently, but most of them are not proven to be working. Among well-known old-fashioned natural raccoon repellents ammonia, guns, the scarecrow, and human hair are noteworthy although it is questionable whether these actually work or not. Other repellents include bleach, naphthalene, etc.
Ammonia: Because of extreme cleanliness raccoons usually avoid going to the bathroom in dens and it's seemingly purposeful to soak towels with such repellent as well as toss it into the entrances of dens. Ammonia is available in urine which can trick raccoons into guessing dens are soiled causing them to abscond it.
Predator urine: It can be readily availed at sporting materials stores as well as online retailers. It is applied to by means of spraying around areas wherever raccoons are hanging out to supposedly trick them into ideating that there is the presence of predators at neighboring areas to scare coons off. The Scarecrow can be used as a means of getting relief of raccoons as well as other pests. This motion-enforced sprinkler is used interestingly to prevent raccoons. When raccoons trip the sensor, all of a sudden it starts noising and sprinkler starts startling raccoons so that they become frightened.
Guns: Guns can be used to kill raccoons although it's not appreciable by any means. In spite of knowing all laws pertaining to weapons' firing in a particular area and the legacy of destroying animals it should not be the first choice to kill raccoons using firearms.
Including above mentioned items naphthalene, bleach are also known to be raccoon repellents but, all of them may fail to work. The principle behind such repellents is that these materials can generate an odor which is unpleasant to raccoons encouraging as well as compelling them to leave. However, all of materials that are applied using this principle can horribly be bogus and fail to work permanently. This rule is pretty interesting but, in practice, compared to the excessive number of burdensome raccoons it can initiate an ultimate laughter and comprehensively fail to keep them away.
Raccoons are mammals and unlike small insects they are not responding well against scent or noises. Nominally, in insects' cases specific poison can bring the queen and damage the hive, but, as a member of mammals raccoons don't mandatorily respond to high-pitch noise of radio or odd odor of mothballs and avoid such gambits. Raccoons are well-tested for their survival and one raccoon eats another. So, it's not wise to get rid of them so effortlessly, using such commonplace techniques.
To learn more about us, go to: www.lexingtonanimalattic.com for info on our year 2020 prices, hours, and more.
If you have animals in your house, it's important that you hire a company that will do the job correctly. We do a complete job from start to finish, for a permanent solution to your Lexington pest control wildlife problem. We inspect the house, remove all of the animals humanely, repair the damage, and seal the entry holes with guarantee, so that you never have crittes in your attic again. Call us any time at 859-475-5860 for complete wildlife removal in Lexington. We look forward to hearing from you!