R108 Rhino Excluders® Raccoon One Way Door is the most innovative raccoon excluder device on the market. It is used by professional wildlife/pest control companies and DIY enthusiasts. This product is perfect for getting multiple raccoons out of attics, soffits, chimneys and under decks without having to come in contact with the animal.
R108 model is designed to allow raccoons exit with ease and prevents them from getting back in. Installation made simple with 6 holes for secure fastening. Recommended: Use 16 gauge galvanized steel (1″ x 1″) mesh to cover the damaged area and install the one way door over the hole, over the mesh using zip ties.
Size: 10” x 8” x 1”
Benefits Of Using R108 One Way Door
- Humane Removal (No Stress On Wildlife)
- No Contact With Wildlife
- Allows Multiple Raccoons To Exit (No Limit)
- Quick Eviction Process
- Can Be Installed Any Position
Need help removing raccoons? R108 RHINO™ Raccoon Excluder One Way Door is the best device you can use to humanely evict raccoons from attics, soffits, decks, sheds and chimneys. Don’t just block a hole! Install this device and make sure all raccoons are out before sealing and/or repairing any area.
Install so that the plexi glass opens towards the outside. If raccoon hole is bigger than the dimensions of the one way door, use other material such as plywood or steel mesh (1″x1″) to cover the area and install the one way door over the material, right over the hole. Once installed, give it few days for raccoons to leave. After that period, do an inspection around the property (soffits, vents, pipes, roofline, etc) to make sure there is no new holes. If the noises have stopped & there is no more activity, then you may remove the one way door and repair the hole. Make sure to secure it well, because raccoons will come back to try and get back in.
During baby season, if you believe there are babies present, don’t install this door. Babies will not exit the den until fully mobile. Either remove the babies physically and reunite them with their mother outside or wait until the babies are mobile (following mother out of the den) before installing the one way door. If you have installed the door and still hear sounds due to babies, remove the door, wait few weeks and re-install the door. This will give the babies some time to grow bigger and become mobile.
Mike Pierce –
Very nice design. Got few raccoons out of my attic within one day. Trapping them would have taken more of my time.