Wondering what to do about raccoons in the attic? Send them packing with a one-way ticket! Our NJ pest control experts have devised a one-way tunnel for raccoons that they will use to go foraging—then find out they cannot re-enter the home.
Eviction tunnels solve your raccoon problem safely and humanely:
• No trapping necessary so you can avoid contact, which can spread rabies and other illnesses.
• Avoids euthanasia, assuming the raccoon takes the hint and goes away.
• More effective by far compared to sprays, lights, music, or other DIY raccoon removal tactics.
How Do One-Way Raccoon Tunnels Work?
Our doors are made from strong metal that even a wily raccoon cannot bend or break. A NJ pest control technician will safely install the tunnel at the raccoon’s preferred entry and exit point.
A narrow, angled opening allows the raccoon to escape at night when it wants to search for food. Raccoons will push their way out of the door, but will not be able to enter from the other direction.
Beware of DIY Raccoon Tunnels
A one-way door should only be used after consulting with a professional wildlife removal specialist. Most importantly, we need to ensure there are no baby raccoons stuck inside the attic.
Leaving babies behind will lead to foul odors, especially if one dies in the nest. You also want professional cleaning to remove urine and feces, which may contain roundworm.
If getting rid of raccoons in the attic is your objective, nothing beats a one-way tunnel. Contact us for NJ pest control and raccoon removal by knowledgeable, experienced professionals!