Buffalo Animal Attic

Attic Animal Pest Buffalo

We are Buffalo Animal Attic, a full service wildlife removal company servicing Buffalo, NY. When you work with our wildlife control company, you will appreciate our competitive prices. To ensure you know what to expect, we always provide you with a written estimate before we start the work. Although our prices are lower than the competition, our work is the highest quality you will find in the city. We are able to deliver this high quality of service thanks to our use of the latest training methods and state-of-the-art equipment for wildlife control. Our team also regularly attends the latest seminars in the industry to ensure we remain up-to-date on advances and techniques. Among our various services, we will trap raccoons, opossums, and other animals. After we trap the critters, we relocate them a minimum of ten miles away as this is the ideal distance to discourage them from returning. We can also remove animals that are known to destroy lawns, including digging animals such as moles. Before we start actually removing the animals, our team conducts a full inspection of your property, including the house. We have developed a 32-point inspection of a comprehensive nature that lets us identify any potential entry point that animals may use. This allows us to prevent any future entry.
 Call us now at 716-568-7499 for a solution to your wild animal problem.

About Pest Animal Buffalo and Our Services:

Property inspections and in-attic inspections.

Nuisance wildlife trapping and removal.

Critter damage repair to your home.

Attic restoration and decontamination.

Specializing in wildlife only - no poisons.

Fully New York licensed and insured.

Poison-free Buffalo rodent control - rats and mice.

Experts in New York bat removal from buildings.

Our Service Range

Our Service Range

Amherst, West Seneca, Hamburg, Williamsville, Cheektowaga, Orchard Park, Grand Island, Lancaster, Tonawanda, Clarence, East Aurora, Depew, Alden, Kenmore, Lackawanna, Blasdell, Springville, and many more!

Buffalo Wildlife Removal Tip of the Month: How to get rid of raccoons in the attic

As known, raccoons can be found in numerous places in urban areas. They tend to be everywhere and live with us near our homes. But once they find a house they tend to stick to it forever, and this may be a huge issue for owners. This is because raccoons can be extremely dangerous at times and not worry about who they hurt. They can simply attack in a second without having any issues at all, which worries people since they do not want to get hurt from these animals. The worse part of having a raccoon in your home is having it in your attic, keep in mind this is not a garden area which can be easy to catch raccoons. But it is in your attic where it is probably small and barely visited. At times you tend to wonder how it even got inside. Therefore it is best to get rid of raccoons when you have a chance to avoid any future issues that you can face because of them. Here are a few steps to take in order to get rid of a raccoon in your attic.

Eliminate any holes inside your home. The clearest step that needs to be addressed is to get rid of any hole within the house hold. If it is not because of raccoons, it can be for your own safety along with avoiding any other animals that might try to get it through there. Raccoons always search for sections and areas available so they can get inside. Therefore close up these holes either with wood or a metal object that would be unbreakable for any animal.

Catch your raccoon. The best and logically way to get rid of a raccoon is to simply catch it! this would avoid all the issues of having it in your house as well as believing that you need to do anything inhuman just to get rid of it. To catch a raccoon you would need a metal cage along with foods that they like. These foods can be sugary foods since that are what attracts them most, and these foods can be put inside the cage itself. Once the raccoon falls for the trap and gets in the cage, have the cage close on him. However be sure to stay far away from the cage when carrying to avoid any rage the raccoon may have.

If there is a baby raccoon, always aim to get them first. This is because the mother raccoon would do anything for their baby especially live the house if the baby raccoon got thrown out. What could happen is to put the baby raccoon in a box, since they are not as wise and strong as the parent. And leer the parent to them slowly by showing them that their baby is fine in a box. Therefore once they are both in a box call animal control and then you are finally free!