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Professional Bat Removal at Your Home

Have you heard screeching, scratching, or fluttering in your walls? Have you seen a bat flying around in your attic? Are you unsure of what you should do? If you answered yes to any of these questions, you need to call a professional bat removal company to get you bat-proofed.

Reasons to a Call Professional Bat Removal Company

There are many reasons why you should call a professional bat removal company and not try to get rid of them yourselves. One of the reasons is because professional bat removal companies have years of schooling and training, so they know what they need to look for and how to do the job correctly to ensure the problem will not happen again. They also know the top ways to get rid of bats to ensure that your bat problem will not happen again.

You would not want to try and tackle this job yourself because you could end up in a worse situation than what it was to begin with. Bat removal professionals also know the safest ways to handle bats and make sure they are removed from your home and cannot return. Bats are a protected mammal of the wildlife, so you would not want to harm or injure a bat in any way. You can harm a bat by using any bat bait, fogs, or harmful chemicals.

Help You Locate the Bats

When it comes to professional bat removal, bat removal companies can show you exactly where the bats are getting in and out. They can also help you develop a plan of action on how to handle getting the bats out safely, any clean-up that needs to be done and making sure the bats do not return.

Cleaning Up After Bats

You are probably wondering why you would need a clean-up if the bats are gone? Bats eat lots of insects and have a fast metabolism, so bat droppings can become a problem, especially if you have a colony of bats. Bat droppings, also known as guano, can grow fungus if left alone and not treated properly, which can be very harmful to your lungs. Guano also has a horrendous smell that could take over your home and potentially rot any wood. Bat droppings also lure other insects like cockroaches, and then you could end up with a cockroach infestation.

Professional bat removal companies have been trained on how to handle bat droppings properly. When it comes to a basic cleanup for bat droppings, they have all the proper personal protective equipment to handle bat droppings. They have the correct and suitable bags to dispose of any bat droppings that would need to be cleaned up. They also have an antibacterial disinfectant spray they will use and spray everything down and scrub it all clean for you.

Professional bat removal companies also can do full attic restorations. You must have your professional bat removal company look in your attic to see the amount of bat droppings that need to be cleaned up. A basic clean-up and a full attic restoration will depend on how much clean-up needs to be done and how big a mess the bat droppings are. When it comes to a full attic restoration, your professional bat removal company will start by sucking all the insulation out and then will clean everything with a disinfectant antibacterial spray and scrub everything down for you. Once that is complete, they will then blow all new insulation into your attic.

Professional Bat Removal Companies Know How to Handle Bats

Bats are usually gentle and shy, but they could potentially bite in self-defense when they are approached. Bats can catch many diseases, including rabies, and could pass them along to you. So, it is best to call a professional bat removal company so that nothing disastrous will happen. According to the United States Fish & Wildlife Service, there are 12 species of bats on the endangered species list, so it is very important to be extra careful when handling bats.

Removal Tools are Important

Professional bat removal companies have all the right tools to ensure that no bats are harmed while being removed. They use things like one-way valve exclusion devices that are no bigger than a water bottle. When it comes to the one-way valve exclusion devices, each device is made at the job to ensure that it is the correct fit.

Every one-way valve exclusion device is different, as each house is different from where they need to be placed and the size of the hole it will be placed in. One-way valve exclusion devices are placed in preexisting holes where bats have come in and out. These one-way devices allow bats to get out safely, but they will not be able to get back in.

They also use galvanized steel mesh over all your ventilation, like your soffits, fascia, dormers, and box vents. This galvanized steel mesh allows your ventilation to vent still, but nothing will be able to get in. Galvanized steel mesh is steel with a zinc coating over it so that the steel will not rust over the years.

Making Sure the Bats Cannot Get Back In

Professional bat removal companies will also go around your home and seal up any holes that are dime size or smaller with a 100% silicone industrial clear caulk. They do this because bats can flatten themselves so they can fit in very small holes. If you can stick your pinky finger into a hole, then a bat will be able to fit through that hole as well.

If your bat problem is not taken care of correctly, you could spend hundreds or even thousands of dollars trying to get rid of your bat problem. Professional bat removal companies know the best ways to get rid of bats and ensure that your bat problem has been taken care of.

So, as you can tell, it is very important to have a professional bat removal company come to bat-proof your house. They have years of training and schooling, and they know the proper way to handle bats. They also will be able to show you exactly where the bats are coming in and out of your home. Professional bat removal companies can also do clean-ups as well as full attic restorations for bat droppings. Lastly, professional bat removal companies have all of the proper tools to be used so that no bats are harmed in any way.