Raccoons Can Do Some Serious Damage

Removal and relocating raccoons is our top priority.

If you have raccoons in the attic, you've got problems. For most people raccoon control is a high priority. Raccoons are destructive. They tend to make themselves at home creating entry and exits in your structure. Raccoons don't like to squeeze through tight holes, so they just rip the hole open. Don't worry, we can get rid of raccoons in your attic.

The Bug Master has served Austin and Central Texas for years. When it comes to raccoon pest control, we know what's best to treat your home.

About Raccoons

Raccoons live for 7 to 10 years. They can be extremely noisy, and their droppings are usually found in one or two places. These build-ups of droppings can cause serious hygiene issues.


Raccoons look like bandits! They have little bank robber masks on. Ha! They also sometimes wash food their food before eating it.

Geographic Footprint

Raccoons are found all over the U.S. They have a normal home range of about 1-2 miles in diameter. In the city, raccoons are all over the place due to an abundance of food sources.


Raccoons prefer to live around food and water. This could be around streams, ponds, or in buildings that could be occupied or unoccupied. They are excellent climbers and happy to live in attics, garages, chimneys, and even dumpsters.


Raccoons are nocturnal. If the weather is extreme they may spend most the time in a den that protects them from the elements.


Raccoons can be extremely aggressive and vicious when they feel cornered. If you suspect raccoons in your attic, contact us. Don't just try and grab him yourself.

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Proper Raccoon Control

  1. Inspect. We identify raccoons and their damage. This requires a deep inspection and find out where the rodents are nesting and how they have gotten into the structure.
  2. Trapping. We then trap the rodents. With raccoons, we use a baited cage. Set the cages and monitor every couple of days. The return trips to monitor will show the level of activity and problem areas. Traps can be moved around to focus on the problem areas.
  3. Enclosure. After the trapping is well underway, we then enclose the structure. Enclosure is always be done along with trapping. We don't want to close raccoons up in your attic, they will get mad and tear the place up to get back out. We seal all roof vents, roof pipes, gable vents, and any other areas where they can enter. Steel wool, expanding foam, caulk, wire mesh, and some screws go a long way. Then, we trim back any trees 4 to 6 feet from the structure.
  4. Relocation. Any raccoons we catch are relocated to rural areas far from where they were trapped. If we don't move them far enough, they will just work their way back into your attic.

Put all these elements together and you The Bug Master raccoon removal and exclusion process.

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What Clients Are Saying

Edgar handled all of our services promptly and professionally. He went above and beyond what I expected, by helping and educating our residents. The residents were appreciative to finally have someone who cared about their problem.

-Lisa, Mission James Place Apartments

Our tech Kyle is very nice and helpful. He is always very detailed on letting us know what is going on in each apartment. Great customer service.

-Parkside Crossing Apartments

With All This Experience, We've Got You Covered

Because we've been in business for over 35 years, you can bet that we've seen a lot. Every home and business is unique, and we've got the right group of problem-solving professionals to make sure what bothers you today never bothers you again.

Rest assured that all our service professionals are licensed and bonded. Our team is current to the latest technologies and pest control methods.

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