The Critter Squad – Bat Removal Service
Some people prefer to place bat houses nearby but the likelihood of the displaced bats roosting there is limited.
Can I just use some sort of repellent product to get bats out of the attic? Like a powder or spray? What about a natural home remedy? Will a bright light or noises work? How about those high-pitch sound machines?
After you have been completely grossed out by the fact that a bat has made its way into your home, you are probably thinking to yourself that you have to get that thing out of your house right now!
If you go into the attic often you may see signs of their residency more quickly.
There are about 45 species of bats in the US, but only colonizing bats live in attics.
This may explain the sporadic incidents of bats in your home during the winter.
The next thing you want to do is to make sure that you are wearing heavy protective clothing.
Always use personal protection when cleaning up guano or urine.
Read more about bats and rabies here.
Another change that will sometimes get bats moving inside a home or building during the winter is the arrival of an arctic cold blast.
These tactics have been ruled fraudulent by the FTC, and they DO NOT WORK.
If the bat has been captured make sure to take it with you so the health department can discover if it is carrying rabies or not.
The bats most commonly found using homes for roosts are the Little Brown Bat and the Big Brown Bat.
There are times they may actually get trapped in the wall and if this happens you are going to have to do your best to locate where in the wall the bat is, create a hole and carefully remove the bat.
Your attic is much better.
With a large colony of bats, this really adds up.
We will also provide free detailed plans on how to build your own bat house, and information on placing the house for best results.
What problems do bats cause when they live in a building?
The cost for bat-proofing varies greatly depending on the combination of the previous factors.
The pup or kit (name for a baby bat) remains unable to fly till mid to late august.
The males roost alone in solitary areas, such as trees.
A fully infested bat attic is one of the biggest and most challenging problems in the field of problem wildlife removal.
It is the absolute worst thing you can do, but unfortunately the most common step that is taken.
An expert can easily tell the difference.
The female bats usually give birth to one baby bat each summer.
Read more about the bat cleanup process here.
The presence of bats in your attic is a big enough inconvenience, but when you have a bat problem, itâ€™s not just their presence that you need to worry about.
A variety of materials work well, from plastic or metal screening, to caulk, to high density polyurethane, depending on the situation.
It is absolutely critical this isn’t done during between May and the end of August.
Certain bat species may hibernate in groups or "clusters", so a single bat appearing in your home during the winter could possibly indicate there are more bats hibernating in the structure.
Like any other wild animal, bats should never be handled at any time, especially when found on the ground or in a home.
Another way to tell if you have a bat problem in a building is to look for signs of guano on the outside of a home.
IT IS A FATAL DISEASE.