Cincinnati Animal Attic

Attic Animal Pest Cincinnati

We are Cincinnati Animal Attic, a full service wildlife removal company servicing Cincinnati, OH. Animal removal work isn’t the easiest and experience is hugely important to dealing with these problems, and we have been dealing with the animal problems in this county for over ten years. We are proud of our reputation as being friendly, polite and efficient, and our positive online reviews does a lot of the talking for us! We are always here to take your call and to discuss the situation you have with patience and compassion, and can offer practical information on the steps that you can take, along with giving you a rough estimate of the cost of the work required. We know the impact that an animal infestation can have, which will range from the damage they cause and the risks, such as the potential for fire when rodents have been gnawing on wires in the attic. We keep a team of technicians ready to visit your property quickly, and can usually arrange a visit within one day. Our specialists keep their skills up to date with regular training courses and industry seminars, while they also have the latest kit to make sure they can deal with your situation quickly and efficiently. Call us now at 513-685-9609 for a solution to your wild animal problem.

About Pest Animal Cincinnati and Our Services:

Thorough inspection of your property and attic.

Humane wildlife trapping and exclusion.

We repair wildlife damage and prevent re-entry.

Attic restoration and decontamination.

We never use poisons! We don't handle insects.

Fully Ohio licensed and insured.

Poison-free Cincinnati rodent control - rats and mice.

Experts in Ohio bat removal from buildings.

Our Service Range

Our Service Range

Harrison, Blue Ash, Norwood, Springdale, Cleves, North College Hill, Delhi, Mariemont, Montgomery, Forest Park, Wyoming, Greenhills, Glendale, Mount Healthy, Kenwood, Indian Hill, Cheviot, and many more!

Cincinnati Wildlife Removal Tip of the Month: Do Raccoons Like to Live In Trees?

There is no doubt to say that raccoons are popular around various cities in the United States. But you cannot find them so often around your habitat. This is due to the fact that raccoons are nocturnal creatures and they always prefer to move in the night. As they do not like to come out in the day hours, so most homeowners don’t even know if raccoons are sharing their habitat. Many people are even interested to know what they do in the day hours or when they are not wandering around. Well! If you are in trouble due to raccoon infestation, there are so many things that you need to know about these creatures.

Studies reveal that raccoons can live in a variety of habitats. Their choice of living space usually changes with the seasonal variations. It clearly means that they can prefer a variety of living spaces depending upon their requirements in different seasons like fall, winter, summer, and spring as well. A few years ago these creatures used to live in the wild areas where they were able to find all favorable conditions to live, but as humans have destroyed their habitat, so they are now looking for some other means of survival. Most of these are now attracted to urban areas where they can easily find enough supply of food and water as well. At the same time, they are searching for areas where they can have protection from their enemies or predators and human habitat is best among all. Here they can live with full comfort without worrying about predator attack.

Raccoons prefer to live in rock piles, logs, and burrows, etc. They can also create dens to live in an area where they find easy access to a variety of food sources. Being nocturnal creatures, they generally do not come out in the day hours. However, it clearly doesn’t mean that they will never be seen in the daylight. The mother raccoons can visit the surrounding areas in the day hours as well to collect some food. It is just because mother raccoon has to feed her babies and she feels hungry again and again.

Some of you might be interested to know whether raccoons live in trees or not. Well! The best answer to this question is that they actually do not like to live or sleep on trees. But yes, they are always curious to climb these structures; sometimes to get food and many times to hide from predators. When it is about creating dens, they usually prefer burrows or holes created by other animals. They can even step inside the attic and shed area at human habitat to live with the tiny babies without worrying about predator attacks. If you are in trouble due to these creatures, it is better to take help from professional raccoon removal company to get rid of them permanently. These licensed experts can help you save your property from hue damage.