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He gave me the pricing up front and had to charge a trip charge because he came from a different county. All the pricing was up front and he told me exactly what it would be and that's what I was charged. He came when he said he would and he had the skunk removed before I knew about he had completed it. He did a great job. I'm very happy with Provider name locked. 'a service
- Sid C.
I've had a raccoon problem for years, but my only concern had been my dogs getting into a fight with them. That is until they tore two holes in my roof to live in my attic. Years ago I had called animal services, and a week or two later I got a trap. But I never caught anything in the trap in the weeks that I had it out.
After I discovered the holes in the roof, I immediately looked up a company specializing in raccoon removal. I decided on Provider name locked. , and it didn't take long for Provider name locked. to have two traps in my back yard and an assessment of the problem. The first day I had a neighborhood feral cat in one of the cages, but I figured out how to let him go and reset the trap. Provider name locked. had told me that might happen and he would come out to do it, but figuring out the trap wasn't too tough so I did it myself. That first night both traps had raccoons. A couple days later, another one had a raccoon.
Provider name locked. 's initial assessment included checking out my whole roof for possible problems, and discussing what services they provided, which is fairly extensive, including chimney repair and capping. One of the holes in my roof was where the raccoons had pulled back some metal flashing, and Provider name locked. explained how they could cut a custom piece of wood to fit that spot and match paint and cover it. We didn't wind up going with any repairs from Provider name locked. because had other companies lined up for it, but I feel like Provider name locked. would've done great work.
Provider name locked. also stuffed the holes with newspaper to determine if there was anything still living in the attic (raccoons would push it out to leave the attic at night), but after a week of no newspaper movement, we felt pretty confident that nothing was in there.
Provider name locked. kept in touch throughout the whole process, and checked an re-baited the traps nearly every day, except when I told him it wasn't necessary. He also gave me options; ensuring that the raccoons weren't in my attic and then raccoon-proofing my house, or removing the raccoons entirely. I know from research that it's not legal in Utah to relocate raccoons, so removing them means putting them down. But in my case after so many years of having problems with them, that was the solution for me.
- Jeremiah R.