Serving Mercer, Ocean, Monmouth, Somerset, & Middlesex County
After doing an inspection of the attic, rooftop, and exterior, I couldn't find any evidence of raccoons, however, I did notice a few feathers...
...and bone remnants on the chimney stack.
There was even fresh bird droppings on the roof. This lead me to believe that their nighttime disturbance was not from a raccoon, but from an owl.
So I placed several motion cameras on the roof and as you can see, my suspicions were confirmed.
To prevent the owl from harboring on the roof, I installed Dadi Long Legs and birds spikes. The Daddi Long Legs will startle the owl and prevent it from roosting on the roof.
Both of these are considered a physical barrier deterrent, which is the most effective long-term solution for preventing nuisance birds from roosting and, most importantly, doesn't harm the owl.
A new customer in Wall Township, NJ, thought he had a raccoon trying to break into his roof, but after a thorough inspection, we found out that it was something else.