Charlottesville Raccoon Removal - Virginia

Virginia Professional Wildlife Removal Services, LLC.

A full-service animal wildlife trapping, removal and pest control company – Licensed and Insured!

Charlottesville Raccoon Removal - Virginia

Virginia Professional Wildlife Removal Services, LLC.

A full-service animal wildlife trapping, removal and pest control company – Licensed and Insured!

Charlottesville VA Raccoon Removal & Control Services

Virginia Professional Wildlife Removal Services, LLC., is Licensed & Insured; and Provides Both Residential & Commercial Raccoon Removal Services in Charlottesville.

Charlottesville Raccoon Removal: Protecting Your Property and Family from Unwanted Visitors

As a homeowner or business owner in Charlottesville, dealing with a raccoon infestation in your home can be a challenging and frustrating experience. Raccoons are clever creatures that can cause significant damage to your property, contaminate your living spaces, and put your family and pets at risk for disease. That’s why it’s crucial to find a reliable and experienced team for your Charlottesville raccoon removal needs, one that knows what a raccoon looks like and how best to get rid of them..

Why Choose Our Charlottesville Raccoon Removal Services?

At Virginia Professional Wildlife Removal Services, we specialize in providing safe, humane, and eco-friendly raccoon removal solutions for both residential and commercial properties in Charlottesville and the surrounding areas. Here’s what sets us apart:

  1. Experienced Professionals: Our team of licensed and insured wildlife experts has years of experience in raccoon removal, ensuring your problem is resolved quickly and effectively.
  2. Humane Methods: We prioritize the well-being of the animals we remove, using eco-friendly and humane techniques to capture and relocate raccoons safely and responsibly.
  3. Preventative Measures: Our comprehensive Charlottesville raccoon removal services go beyond simply removing the animals. We also offer prevention strategies to keep raccoons from returning to your property.
  4. Guaranteed Results: We stand by the quality of our work, offering a satisfaction guarantee on all of our raccoon removal services.

Our Charlottesville Raccoon Removal Process

Our approach to Charlottesville raccoon removal is thorough and efficient, ensuring your property remains raccoon-free:

  1. Inspection: We start with a comprehensive inspection of your property to identify raccoon entry points, nesting areas, and the extent of the infestation.
  2. Removal: Our team uses humane live traps to capture the raccoons and relocate them to a more suitable habitat, in accordance with local regulations.
  3. Exclusion: After removing the raccoons, we’ll seal off all entry points and implement preventative measures to prevent future infestations.
  4. Cleanup & Restoration: We’ll thoroughly clean and sanitize affected areas, removing any contaminants left behind by raccoons and repairing any damage caused to your property.

Contact Us for a Free Charlottesville Raccoon Removal Estimate

Don’t let raccoons wreak havoc on your home or business – trust the experts at Virginia Professional Wildlife Removal Services to handle your Charlottesville raccoon removal needs. Contact us today to schedule a free inspection and receive a no-obligation estimate. Let us help you reclaim your property and ensure a safe, healthy environment for your family, pets, and employees.

How Do I Get Rid of Raccoons?

The only real means of getting rid of raccoons is through trapping and removal of the animals. If you’ve got raccoons in your attic, raccoons in your walls, or raccoons in your crawlspace, it’s important that the wildlife control operator search for a litter of baby raccoons, and remove them by hand before trapping and removing the female raccoon. If it’s just raccoons outside causing trouble, they can be trapped and removed, but beware, they’ll often dig and grab anything within a few inches of the cage trap. There are also some lethal raccoon traps, but they’re not often used or even legal in all states. Customers ofter ask us how to trap a raccoon and want us to provide information on raccoon trapping tips. The truth is raccoon removal and trapping should be left to professionals.


At Virginia Professional Wildlife Removal Services we are constantly striving to advance our education so that we may serve you better.


Our Service Areas in Virginia

Virginia Professional Wildlife Removal Services provides humane nuisance raccoon trapping, raccoon removal, raccoon control, raccoon exclusion and raccoon damage repairs to individuals, businesses, and municipalities throughout Virginia.

Some of our service areas in Virginia include: Afton, Albemarle County, Alexandria, Amelia County, Annandale, Arlington, Ashburn, Ashland, Barboursville, Beaumont, Bellwood, Belmont, Bensley, Bermuda Hundred, Bon Air, Boyd Tavern, Brandermill, Bumpass, Burke, Central VA, Centreville, Chamberlain, Charlottesville, Chesapeake, Chester, Chesterfield County, Colonial Heights, Columbia, Crozet, Crozier, Cuckoo, CVille, Dabneys, Dale City, Doswell, Dumbarton, Earlysville, East Highland Park, Enon, Ettrick, Fairfax, Fair Oaks, Ferncliff, Fife, Fluvanna County, Fredericksburg, Genito, Glen Allen, Glenora, Goochland County, Gordonsville, Gum Spring, Hadensville, Hampton, Hampton Park, Hanover County, Harrisonburg, Harrogate, Hening, Henrico County, Highland Springs, Hopewell, Innsbrook, Jefferson Davis, Kents Store, Keswick, Lake Anna, Lake Monticello, Lake Ridge, Lakeside, Laurel, Leesburg, Lewiston, Lignum, Locust Grove, Louisa County, Maidens, Manakin, Manakin-Sabot, Manassas, Manchester, McLean, Montrose, Motoaca, Meadowbrook, Mechanicsville, Midlothian, Mineral, Moseley, Newport News, Norfolk, North Courthouse, North Garden, Northern Virginia, NoVA, Oilville, Orange County, Palmyra, Pantops, Petersburg, Portsmouth, Powhatan County, Reams, Reston, Richmond, Richmond County, Robious, Rockville, Rockwood, RVA, Salisbury, Sandston, Sandy Hook, Scottsville, Shannon Hill, Short Pump, South Rockwood, Spring Run, Staunton, Stoney Point, Suffolk, Tidewater, Troy, Tuckahoe, Va, Varina, Virginia, Virginia Beach, Waynesboro, Williamsburg, Winchester, Winterpock, Woodlake, Wyndham, and the surrounding areas of Virginia.

The Raccoon (Procyon lotor) can be a considerable nuisance to Virginia homeowners and gardeners. Raccoons will kill poultry, eat sweet corn and other garden crops, eat pet foods, raid garbage cans, roll up turf sod, and damage roofing materials and fascia boards. Female raccoons often choose to give birth to and raise their young in attics and chimneys, and can make considerable noise and disturbance.

Raccoons are become increasingly comfortable in the presence of humans, and this makes them an active vector of disease transmission to humans and their pets. Raccoons are susceptible to rabies, parvo, distemper, and are a major carrier of the roundworm parasite Baylisascaris procyonis.


Please Complete Our Simple Contact Form Below:

Please enable JavaScript in your browser to complete this form.


Description of Raccoon Damage


Raccoons may cause a variety of damage or nuisance problems, and their distinctive tracks often provide evidence of their involvement in damage situations. Raccoons can damage vegetable gardens and crops, particularly sweet corn that is ripe and ready for harvesting. Partially eaten ears with the husks pulled back or stalks that have broken as the animals climb to get at the ears may indicate raccoon damage. Raccoons also like watermelons and will dig through the rind to reach in and pull out the contents with their paws. In addition, they will occasionally kill poultry on nests or roosts in chicken coops.

Raccoons can also cause damage or become a nuisance around houses and outbuildings when they take up residence in attics or chimneys or raid garbage cans in search of food. Occasionally, raccoons may tear off boards or shingles to get into an attic or wall space. Once inside, they may damage insulation and chew holes. In addition, raccoon feces may accumulate and create unpleasant odors.


Raccoon Health Concerns


Rabies – Rabies is a deadly disease caused by a virus that attacks the nervous system. Animals most often infected include raccoons, skunks, foxes, and bats. The virus is present in the saliva and nervous tissue of a rabid animal. Avoiding encounters with raccoons can reduce the risk of exposure to rabies. Do not attempt to handle or capture a sick or apparently “orphaned” animal. Avoid animals that act strangely, especially those that are unusually tame, aggressive, or paralyzed. Be suspicious of daytime activity in raccoons, which normally are most active at night. In New York over the last decade more than 50 percent of the wild animals confirmed to have rabies each year have been raccoons.

Wild mammals as well as cats, dogs, ferrets, and livestock may contract rabies. Thus it is important to have all dogs and cats regularly vaccinated for rabies. If your pet has been in a fight with another animal, wear gloves to handle it. Isolate it from other animals and people and telephone your county health department or animal control officer for instructions. If you or someone you know is bitten or scratched by a raccoon, wash the wound thoroughly with soap and water and contact your physician immediately. Rabies postexposure vaccinations may be necessary. Consult with your county for additional information.

Raccoon Roundworm – Roundworm (Baylisascaris procyonis) is a potentially dangerous parasite commonly found in the small intestine of raccoons. Raccoon roundworm can be contracted by humans who accidentally ingest roundworm eggs (shed in raccoon droppings) from contaminated areas or by not washing hands after working or playing in or around a contaminated area. Small children are particularly vulnerable because they tend to put their hands and other objects in their mouths. A small number of children have died from this disease. Larvae migrate to various tissues but if they enter the eyes or brain they can cause disorders of the eye or central nervous system.

Raccoons commonly use latrine areas at the base of trees, on fallen logs, large rocks, and woodpiles and in barns and other outbuildings. To reduce risk associated with these areas, keep children from playing in or around these areas. When cleaning areas that may have been contaminated by raccoon feces, such as haylofts, fireplaces, and attics, wear disposable rubber gloves, disposable clothes, and a dust mask. Burn all material that is removed. Roundworm eggs can survive for years in the environment and are resistant to all common disinfectants. (Source: Raccoons, Wildlife Damage Management Fact Sheet Series, Cornell Cooperative Extension, Ithaca, N.Y. ©2001 by Cornell University)

Let us trap, remove, exclude and control raccoons that have invaded your home or business in the Richmond, Virginia and Charlottesville, Virginia areas. Leave the trapping and removal of raccoons to professionals like us.



Raccoon Removal and Raccoon Control


Charlottesville Wildlife Removal Control

VPWRS Can Solve Your Problems!

  1. Scratching Noises In Your Attic, Walls, Or Crawlspace?
  2. Unwanted Animal Wildlife In Your Home, Business or Property?
  3. Bats In Your Attic?
  4. Birds In Your Dryer And Bathroom Vents?
  5. Problem Bird Or Bat Infestation?
  6. Animals In Your Chimney Or Fireplace?
  7. Digging In Your Lawn Or Under Your House, Deck Or Garage?
  8. Dead Animal Problems?
  9. Animal Odor Problems?
  10. Chewing Sounds In Your Attic Or Crawl Space?
  11. Animals Damaging Your Wiring, Insulation, Fascia, Soffits, And The Wood In Your Home?
  12. Animal Feces Removal?
  13. Attic Restorations And Clean-Up Needed?

VPWRS Extensive Services

Virginia Professional Wildlife Removal Services provides nuisance wildlife removal, animal control, predator control, pest control, nuisance wildlife exclusion, and wildlife clean-up services.


We have experience handling bats, beavers, birds, Canada geese, chipmunks, coyotes, deer, foxes, groundhogs, mice, moles, raccoons, rats, opossums, otters, skunks, squirrels, snakes, voles, muskrats, bobcats, Copperhead snakes, pigeons, and other species of Virginia wildlife.


We operate our business within accepted industry standards and best practices, and in accordance with local, state, and federal laws.

Our connections on the ground and the net.

Virginia Professional Wildlife Removal Services, LLC bbb_logo

Tel: (804) 457-2883 or Toll-Free at (877) 828-3878