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Our company is All N One Pest Eliminators and we operate a professional wildlife removal company based out of Napa, California. Examples of common jobs that we do include the removal of squirrels in attics, complete rat removal and prevention, removal of bats from buildings, bird prevention, raccoon trapping, snake removal, and more. We remove dead animals from homes, repair wildlife damage, and clean up wildlife waste and attics.

All N One Pest Eliminators is licensed and insured in the state of California. We service both residential and commercial projects throughout Napa. Give us a call any time at 707-723-4251 and we will listen to you describe your wildlife problem, and schedule an appointment to solve your animal problem.

We primarily service the greater Napa area, but will travel further for many types of jobs. This is our primary service range:

SOLANO COUNTY: Vallejo, Vacaville, Fairfield
NAPA COUNTY: Napa, St. Helena

This Month's Advice: How to Get Wild Animals Out Of a Wall
One of the unfortunate problems that a homeowner might have to face every now in then is a Napa rodent or wild animal infestation in their home. Unwelcome animal guests tend to stay in the attic or basement areas to avoid disturbances, but sometimes they can get inside the walls. Are you hearing noise from the wall and suspecting a presence of wild animals? Do you think you have a rat or mice inside the wall and you are wondering about the best way to get them out? Have you been disturbed by the scratching sounds made by wild animals and are thinking of the best way to remove them and enjoy your night’s sleep again? This article is going to give you information on all you need to know about getting wild animals out of a wall at any point in time.

Find Out the Kind Of Wild Animals in Your Wall
The first thing you need to do when you discover wild animals in the wall is to find out the species. Knowing the type of wild animals in your wall will give you the chance to figure out the best method to remove the animal. Also, you have to find out the California animal population and determine whether they mistakenly entered there and got stuck or are living inside the wall. Your knowledge of all these things is going to help you a great deal in getting the wild animals out of a wall.

Find Out the Entry Point into the Wall
After determining the wild animal species inside your wall and their population, another important thing to find out is the means through which they got into your wall. Knowing how the animals entered into the wall will be of great help to you in removing the animal. If the Napa animal mistakenly got in there and got stuck, you can remove it using a stick or by hand depending on the animal. But you must be careful to avoid getting a bite from an aggressive animal in the wall.

Past Advice Articles:
How to Get Wild Animals Out Of a Wall
What Kind of Damage Do Wild Animals Cause In an Attic?
What Are the Most Common Types of Animals That Poop On or In a Building?
What to do About the Squirrels in the Fireplace
How to Identify Fox Tracks
How to Identify Opossum Tracks

Napa Critter Advice: How to Get Raccoons Out Of the Attic

A California raccoon is an animal, which is found in North America, has a length of up to 70 cm and can weigh up to 9 kg. The California raccoon is mostly active at night and eats plants, insects and small animals like lizards. Their habitat is the mixed forests of North America, but they have been able to adapt well and live in areas like mountainous areas and urban areas. Most home owners view these animals as pests because they encroach on their private space that is, their homes. They may enter a home because they seek protection from predators, nesting place and living area. The attic can serve as a perfect breeding ground for California raccoons because, it is warm, dark and quiet. When these small animals infest your home, it may be difficult to remove them because; they will not want to leave a protected area in search of a new one. You can remove them from your home by using either basic or professional methods.

How California raccoons enter the attic
Raccoons have exceptionally stable hands, which they use to climb on walls and roofs. They enter into the homes with ease, and access the home through wide hole-like vents and air ducts. They may use trees, which are in the house’s proximity to gain access to the house. They enter in vulnerable areas like dormers, soffit vents, roof vents and gable vents. Some raccoons tear up the wooden roof parts and enter the attic.

The damages caused by a California raccoon
Raccoons make their beds by ripping pieces of the wall and roof paper, insulation material and vent ducts. They also scratch walls, wooden beams and chew on electric cables and wires in the attic. This might lead to fire in case the exposed electric cables are touched. They also excrete and urinate in the attic, causing a terrible smell to come out of the attic. In addition to the smell, their excrement is a host to the California raccoon roundworm which is a form of zoonotic disease. They may fall through the ceiling due to their large size, resulting in damage to property.

Ways to remove California raccoons from the attic
You may consider putting California raccoon repellents in various places in the attic, or around the home. The repellents cause a lot of discomfort to the animal and may drive them out. Some of the most common repellents are coyote urine, organic California raccoon repellent and mothballs. You can also trap them using body grip traps, live cage traps and paw hold traps. When using traps, you might consider using marshmallows or bread baits because, meat based baits may attract the wrong animals like skunks and cats among others. You should place the bait at the extreme end of the trap just behind the trip pan. Traps are best set at the animal’s entry point to the house. You might also consider putting a radio in the attic to scare the animal away, or floodlights directed to where they sleep. This will scare them away because they will not have a place to hide.