• Raccoon removal
  • Structural Raccoon Exclusions
  • Odor Remediation
  • Raccoon Dropping Cleanup & Removal
  • Deodorization & Disinfection
  • Insulation Removal & Replacement
  • Sanitization
  • We can Raccoon Proof Anything










The raccoon sometimes spelled  raccoon , is a medium-sized mammal native to North America. The raccoon is the largest of the procyonid family, having a body length of 40 to 70 cm (16 to 28 in) and a body weight of 5 to 26 kg (11 to 57 lb). Its grayish coat mostly consists of dense  underfurwhich insulates it against cold weather. Two of the raccoon's most distinctive features are its extremely dexterous front paws and its facial mask. Raccoons are noted for their intelligence, with studies showing that they are able to remember the solution to tasks for up to three years.


CEN-TEX WILDLIFE CONTROL Specializes in the HUMANE REMOVAL and exclusion of RACCOONS from all structure types, no matter the shape or size, when it comes to RACCOONS we've got you covered. Not only do We remove the Raccoon's , we also Cleanup the Droppings they leave behind.

The Raccoons pose A Year Round Nuisance and threat to our living conditions since their feces is known to carry RACCOON ROUNDWORM. There feces is NO JOKE. Not to mention the amount of damage they cause to an attic space, they commonly damage A/C Ducts, Depreciate Insulation, Chew Electrical Wires, Defecate Everywhere and much more.


Raccoons like to live in woodland areas near water sources such as streams, marshes, and rivers. Much of their food supplies comes from aquatic invertebrates such as clams, crayfish, turtles, and snails. The masked creatures also eat a large variety of plant-based foods, such as acorns, fruits, vegetables, nuts, and corn.

Urban areas, farms, and suburbs likewise make good homes for raccoons, who have adapted to city life by learning to scavenge from garbage cans, gardens, and crop fields. Wild raccoons typically nest in tree cavities, rock crevices, underground burrows, and the abandoned dens of other animals, such as muskrat lodges. In suburban areas, the animals have been known to seek the shelter of unoccupied buildings.

The small, stocky animals are covered in gray fur with distinctive black markings in the shape of a bandit's mask around their eyes and rings along their fluffy tails. The animals appear hunched as they walk because their back legs are longer than their front legs. Raccoons have black eyes, short ears, and small black noses at the end of their short, narrow snouts.

Raccoon Trapping and Removal Austin, TX
Live trapping and relocation may not be an option, since it is illegal to transfer and release captive animals in locations other than the original capture site. Only certified wildlife specialists and licensed trappers may remove, transfer, and dispose of problem raccoons.

Raccoon Damage Austin, TX

When Raccoons are in search of shelter they commonly turn to the easy access of chimneys or attics, raccoons may damage wire coverings and even tear up roof tiles. In residential yards, Raccoons have also been known to dig through garbage/waste, etc. Chicken coops often face danger in the wake of raccoon presence, as hungry raccoons capable of opening fence latches can find their way inside and destroy birds, nests, and eggs.

Are raccoons known to enter homes or yards?
Yards containing easily accessible sources of food, such as outdoor pet food containers, vegetable gardens, unsecured trash bags, and compost heaps, often attract raccoons into residential areas. Female raccoons, known as sows, commonly build nests in empty buildings, attics, garages, sheds, and chimneys to raise young kits during the spring. 

Control and Safety
To keep the small, furry animals away from homes and property, be sure to eliminate food sources that draw them near. Trash bags should be placed in secure bins with tight-fitting lids, and pet food should not be left outside overnight. Cleaning up after barbecues and grills will also help to eliminate the enticing scents of meat. Placing guards on top of chimney openings and sealing up all gaps along the exteriors of attic walls also serves to keep raccoons from gaining entry to homes. Gardens may be secured with tall, outward-leaning fences.

Raccoon Removal & Permanent Solutions Austin,

We specialize in Raccoon Removal of any structure type, whether it be residential or commercial. We regularly remove raccoons from attics, chimneys, etc.

Safely removing wildlife and making the proper repairs and modifcaions to your structure is essential to preventing future raccoon entry.Centex's staff has the knowledge and experience to safely and effectively remove raccoons and keep them out permanently "Guaranteed". This is a job that is best left to an experienced professional. Raccoons are also known to cause damage to attic insulation (Insulation Removal) as well as leave behind fecal matter. If any animal fecal matter is present in your attic space, make sure to do a little research about Dangerous Animal Feces and what we can do to protect you and your family/business.

If you feel your attic or property has a problem with raccoons give us a call and a representative will be sent to your location to perform a site evaluation, whichconsists of inspection of the roof, attic space, and any other concerning areas. During the site evaluation a technician will be determining the severity of your problem as well as what areas are vulnerable to future entry.

"We Get 'em Out & Keep 'em Out"

Our repair work is backed by an optional Warranty in which you are protected for that period of time. If you have any further problems within the warranty time frame just pick up the phone give us a call and we come back out at no additional cost to assist the situation. Unlike the "other Austin pest  control companies" we provide permanent solutions using techniques that prevent future occurrences.

Raccoon Feces

Knowing how to recognize raccoon droppings is important to you because raccoon feces can be extremely dangerous.  Many people live near raccoons and don’t even know it. Raccoons are well known to live in the metro Austin area.  If raccoons are present in the area where you live, you probably know that they are fierce as well.  They will tip over garbage cans, destroy gardens, tear apart chimneys/siding to gain access to properties, cause severe damage within attic's, and if they are cornered, they have also been known to attack a person or other animal.

Raccoon feces can carry several diseases that are potentially serious.  Rabies and distemper are sometimes an issue, but they are rare.  Distemper will make the raccoons forage more during the day and act unusually aggressive.  Distemper can spread from the infected animal to any domestic pets that come into contact with the raccoon feces.

A more dangerous disease that raccoon feces can contain is a parasite called Baylisascaris procyonis.  This is a type of roundworm that can also infect humans.  If this parasite is transferred to humans, it can be extremely dangerous.  If you have Raccoon Feces in the Attic, an Attic Decontamination is highly recommended.