Raccoon Removal Services

Raccoons can be extremely destructive if they find their way into your home.

Raccoon Removal Services

Raccoons can be extremely destructive if they find their way into your home. They are agile climbers with dexterous paws that can open latches, doors, and even jars. Raccoons have become a common nuisance in urban and rural areas. They will often make dens in attics, sheds, and uncapped chimneys. Despite their cuddly appearance, raccoons can be quite aggressive, and they carry several bacterial diseases and parasites. If you have a raccoon problem, it’s time to call a professional. At Vanguard Wildlife we, take an integrated approach to remove problem raccoons and repair the damage to prevent re-entry. Our exclusion (repairs) holds a 2-year warranty.


Our technicians are certified Advanced Wildlife Control Operators. We understand the wildlife that we work with to deliver effective raccoon removal solutions for homeowners and businesses.


We don’t just remove raccoons; we also repair the damage and provide exclusion to prevent raccoons from getting back in.


All our exclusion holds a 2-year warranty to ensure that once we remove the raccoons, they stay out.

Raccoon Facts

Raccoons can survive a drop of 35 feet

While they are excellent climbers, a raccoon can take a tumble from as high as 35 feet.

The raccoon’s iconic black mask improves their night vision

It’s believed the black fur around a raccoon’s eyes (often called a mask) provides an anti-glare function to improve their night vision.

There once was a White House Raccoon

In the 1920s under the Coolidge Administration, Rebecca the raccoon joined in on family festivities, such as the annual Easter Egg Roll. She was known to evade staffers, play “hide and seek” with personnel, and even had an engraved collar that read “White House Raccoon.”

More on raccoon removal

Raccoons are messy house guests that will make their presence known. Aside from making loud thuds in the attic, raccoons will also destroy insulation by defecating on it and tearing it apart to use as nesting material.

Homeowners can protect their property from transient raccoons by removing potential food sources, such as birdseed or food left out overnight for pets. It’s also important to make sure that trashcans are securely closed and any potential entry points on the home are sealed.

Raccoons will be aggressive when confronted and they can carry a host of bacterial diseases and parasites such as rabies, roundworm, salmonella, and leptospirosis. Removing raccoons from a home or business should be done by a trained professional. If you suspect you have raccoons, contact our team today.

Got Raccoon Problems?

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1 Sweet Fern Lane Coventry, RI 02816

Phone: (401) 601-9390
Email: hello@vanguardwildlife.com