Raccoons & skunks are RVS (rabies vector species) and per state law cannot be relocated. They are also the primary carrier of roundworm, which is shed in their feces.
They often raid trash cans and can break into structures.
Raccoons will often enter an attic or soffet in late winter-early spring establishing a den to give birth. There are strategies we can use to get them out of your home.
Using cage traps, exclusion work, and repellants I can take care of your raccoon and skunk problems.
Skunks will dig up gardens & lawns in search of grubs and insect larvae. In addition, they can move in under sheds and porches.
Skunks can carry rabies and often have encounters with the family dog. The dog frequently ends up being sprayed.
Around the middle of July, mom will often start to push off the young of the year. During this time, they will often be seen moving during the day and wandering on roads. I often get calls about this. We can seal up areas to prevent them from taking up residence on your property.