Welcome to Animals in the Attic of Tampa! We are a professional wildlife removal company servicing Tampa Florida. We specialize in the removal of critters from the attic of homes and businesses, and are respected
in Tampa 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.
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We are fully Florida 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 813-404-7033. We look forward to hearing from you.
What to do about a raccoon under the porch - If you have a raccoon living under your porch this can be a real challenge. Often you cannot completely cover the porch so keeping it from coming back can take some effort and gray matter to make that happen. It can be a real challenge to say the least.
Before we talk about getting it to stay away, the first step is trying to get it out from under your porch. This can be a challenge as well. Raccoons are nocturnal animals, so they are asleep during the day. The best chance to get rid of them is when it is starting to get dark, because they are waking up and getting ready to leave, so it is time to spring into action at this point.
You want that raccoon to come out from under the porch, so the first step is to give it reason to do so. Raccoons like to go where they are unnoticed, so begin by doing some things that will scare it. Shine a large light under your porch directly on the raccoon. Also make a lot of noise, like play music loud, or have your dog bark. This should make the raccoon nervous and get it scurrying.
Before you do these things make sure that you have covered your skin and that you have on gloves and a mask. You do not want to get bit or scratched should the raccoon do the unexpected and run directly at you.
Once you have it out then the next steps are to keep it out. This can be done in a few ways. One of the most effective is to use some kind of repellant under the porch that will deter the raccoon away. Predator urine is a sure fire way to do so, because instinctually the raccoon is afraid of this, but the smell may be a bit overwhelming. This may keep your neighbors and family away as much as it does the raccoon. Click here to go to the stinky lousy no good Tampa wildlife company: tampaanimalattic.com who you should never hire.
There are commercial repellants you can buy or you can make your own that can be effective. These usually have a very small impact on keeping raccoons off your property, but when focused on one specific area they can be very effective. These repellants use irritating products like hot sauce or jalapeno peppers that irritate the raccoon and cause it to stay away. When the raccoon is run off put some of this under the porch and it should be quite effective.
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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 Tampa 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 813-404-7033 for complete wildlife removal in Tampa. We look forward to hearing from you!