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Choosing Bat Control Services

Bat invasion

Bat invasion into homes has been a common problem throughout many parts of the world. Bats such as the Pallid Bat have been known to occupy structures such as barns, bridges and even buildings that are both occupied by people as well as vacant buildings. That is just an example of the many species of bats that can invade human occupied buildings and cause discomfort

Bat Prevention Services

In case bats invade your home and you want to get rid of them, it is always advisable to choose bat control services that are humane and not harmful to the animals. So you should avoid services that involve trapping, use of poison or the use of bat repellents.

Where Bats Tend To Roost

There are common places that bats tend to roost. These places are Eave troughs, under shingles, gable vents and the most notable, hanging above door. Bats in these different places require different treatment and different methods of removal.

Removing bats roosting on eaves

Removing bats from eaves is quite simple since it only requires a net or an exclusion tube. This helps as the bat will be able to fly out but won't be able to fly back in.

Removing bats from gable vents

There are a number of ways to get rid of bats roosting in gable vents.

One of these ways is hand removal, you have to take safety precautions such as wearing gloves and using a stable ladder, but this method is not recommended.

Another way of removing bats from gable vents is by spraying the bats with water from the inside of the house until they fly out, once they are out sealing of the gable vents is necessary to prevent the bat from coming back in. also, other openings in the house should be sealed.

Removing bats from ridge vents

There are different types of ridge vents. Some ridges have plastic caps, some have metal caps and some have interwoven ridge caps, bats roosting in the above mentioned ridge vents have different ways of removal.

  1. Metal ridge caps – one should remove the rubber end pieces which will let the bats in through the end caps.
  2. Plastic ridge caps – These are good for air flow but are not effective when it comes to preventing bats from getting into the attic. Plastic ridge caps like cobra style can be used to prevent bats from entering your house.
  3. Interwoven ridge caps – this is the most recommended for bat control. It is not as effective in ventilation but it won't let bats in unless cap is broken.

It is advisable to call and expert who will remove it by hand. But if that isn't possible, you can try a couple of techniques to get rid of the bats. Some of them are.

  • Covering the area where the bat grips onto with aluminum foil. This will prevent the bat from gripping onto the surface
  • You may try cleaning the place where the bat hangs onto with ammonia, this will clean the bat urine from the wall and will also get rid of the odor the bat leaves behind, bats are attracted by the smell they leave behind
Pest Control

Attic Restoration: If wildlife has inhabited the attic of your home or building, attic restoration is an important part of a complete wildlife control solution. Attic restoration basically means restoring your attic to the good, clean condition it was in before wildlife decided to move in and make a mess of things. Animals in attics can cause the following problems: Lots of poop and urine in the insulation, Nesting material and food debris through the attic, Odor problems inside the home, Growth of mold on contaminated attic areas, Parasites, roundworm, and other pathogens, Pheromone scent that can attract new wildlife. So it's important to address these problems by cleaning, decontaminating, and restoring the attic to its original state. This is done through several steps. The proper training and equipment is required, such as a HEPA filter mask and biohazard suit, as seen to the right. Attic restoration can be quick and cheap, or intensive and expensive, depending on the amount that needs to be cleaned. Homeowner's insurance may cover the cost.

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Wildlife Control for Homes

Wildlife Control for Homes is a vital aspect of keeping your house in order. It is about the selective removal of harmful wildlife you don’t want on your premises. Why is this necessary? You have sacrificed a lot to have a befitting home. It probably took you years of hard work to save and invest in an alluring abode. It is an abode that is meant to be your sanctuary, right?

The last thing you want is to have it infested by unwelcome guests, such as snakes, squirrels, mice, bats, badgers... Some of these are not merely scary, they can be dangerous.

Bats, for example, have been linked to rabies. And, no one needs to be preached to that having snakes in their home is not particularly ideal! You’d understand, then, why this activity is also known as Nuisance Wildlife Management.

It’s true that you can do a bit of the control yourself if you have the skills and time. But, if you want a professional job done, it is wise to leave things to the experts. By this, I mean those who have years of experience and are licensed and insured. The experts would not only help remove the wildlife but would also prevent a reoccurrence.

Common wildlife pests

The following is a listing of some of the pests you’d need the services of a wildlife removal company for because you will always find them around your home or house.

  • Coyotes
  • Mice
  • Deer
  • Moles
  • Bats
  • Racoons
  • Beavers
  • Rats
  • Snakes
  • Squirrels
  • Foxes
  • Skunks

Services offered

  • The following are some of the key services offered:
  • Humane trapping and removal of wildlife
  • Emergency pest control
  • Removal of dead animals and the control of offensive odor
  • Attic Clean-Up Services, Restoration Solutions, & Debris Removal
  • Proactive preventative measures

 

To conclude, it is vital to note that some of this wildlife is protected by law, that’s the more reason why you need professionals, who would not infringe on any state or federal law.

They are not merely concerned with the removal, but they ensure that it is done in a humane and environmentally friendly manner. So, some wildlife is exterminated, while some are relocated. It all depends on the provisions of the law.

We are experts in this field; you can trust us to provide excellent services that will help you have peace of mind.

Attic Restoration: If wildlife has inhabited the attic of your home or building, attic restoration is an important part of a complete wildlife control solution. Attic restoration basically means restoring your attic to the good, clean condition it was in before wildlife decided to move in and make a mess of things. Animals in attics can cause the following problems: Lots of poop and urine in the insulation, Nesting material and food debris through the attic, Odor problems inside the home, Growth of mold on contaminated attic areas, Parasites, roundworm, and other pathogens, Pheromone scent that can attract new wildlife. So it's important to address these problems by cleaning, decontaminating, and restoring the attic to its original state. This is done through several steps. The proper training and equipment is required, such as a HEPA filter mask and biohazard suit, as seen to the right. Attic restoration can be quick and cheap, or intensive and expensive, depending on the amount that needs to be cleaned. Homeowner's insurance may cover the cost.