For many homeowners, the unmistakable sounds of night-time rustling, garbage tossed around, and the signature footprints often indicate an unwelcome visitor: the raccoon. Endearing from afar, these furry creatures can become sources of significant home damage and disturbance when they decide to nest in urban areas.
Recognizing the Raccoon Challenge
Raccoons, being highly adaptable beings, thrive even in urban settings. They are constantly on the lookout for shelters. Unfortunately, our homes, especially spaces like basements or attics, often fit the bill, leading to an array of issues synonymous with raccoon damage.
The Perils of Ignoring the Problem
Postponing dealing with a raccoon infestation can have detrimental consequences. Other than the typical nuisances, raccoons can:
Gnaw on electrical wires, presenting fire hazards.
Result in structural vulnerabilities.
Compromise home safety by introducing parasites and potential diseases.
Real Stories: Jane’s Experience
Jane, a Cypress local, recalls, “Being tormented by a family of raccoons was a nightmare. Sleepless nights due to concerns over home safety were a constant until I sought help from Cypress Critters and Pests. Their wildlife control tactics were a game-changer.”
Cypress Critters and Pests are considered an Essential Service and will be open to serve our customers even while the shelter at home order is in place for Harris county. Our suppliers will be open as well to get the materials we need to stay operational.
What you need to know about COVID-19 is available here.
Our technicians have been issuing PPE( masks, gloves booties, etc.) and will wear it upon request as long as supplies last.
They have also been briefed on Social distancing.
We are taking these measures to protect the Heath of our customers and staff and want you to know that if you need us we will be there for you.
Please feel free to call with any questions or concerns.
Hopefully, we will get through this quickly and without incident.
Michael Gerbino Owner Cypress Critters and Pests 30518 Woodhue Court Spring, Tx 77386 713-775-1161 832-535-7977