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How to Handle These Nocturnal Pests 

If you’ve ever found yourself with a bat inside your home, you know that getting rid of it is not an easy task. Though sometimes bats can accidentally find their way into your home, in other instances finding a bat in your home can be a sign of a larger problem. If your home is infested with bats, you may hear scratching, squeaking, or crawling in your attic, the chimney, or the walls. These flying mammals are more than just a nuisance – they can also be dangerous and disruptive. Bats can carry a variety of diseases and their droppings can lead to foul smells in your home. If you suspect you have bats in your home, don’t try to solve this problem yourself. Instead, give Pestmaster a call so that we can get right to work and solve your problem.

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Bat Prevention with Pestmaster

Are bats invading your property? Pestmaster offers reliable bat prevention and wildlife removal near you. Our team of certified pest professionals is dedicated to providing humane bat removal services and long-term solutions that prevent bats from re-entering your home. We are committed to humanely and safely removing bats and other wildlife from homes, offices, and industrial properties, while also protecting the health and safety of your family, employees, and customers.

We specialize in exclusion services that block off entrances and exits used by bats. This prevents them from entering your home and disrupting your daily routine. We also provide removal services to safely and humanely relocate bats that are already in your home. Our team of experts is available to answer any questions you may have about bat prevention and wildlife removal near you.

What attracts bats to your house?

If you spot bats close to your property or in it, there are only a couple of reasons why. Just like other animals who live in the wild or in our homes, they come around to have somewhere to stay, get food, and find water. If they have made your attic or an outbuilding their roosting place, it could be because it’s a good spot for them to find food. In simple terms, if you find bats around your house, that might mean you have a pest issue.

How do I get rid of bats?

It is a good idea to get a Pest Management Professional at Pestmaster to help with preventing and getting rid of bats.

Bats can be a problem when they get into buildings. They make sounds, scratch and crawl around in the walls and attics. Plus, their droppings can make a bad smell in the building and a mess outside. Rabies is a health risk that can come from bats and so is histoplasmosis, which is a kind of fungus that is found in bat poop. To know for sure if a bat has rabies, a lab must test it.

It Is Important To Protect Your Home From Bats By Doing These Things

A look at the outside of the house for openings that are ¼-½ inch or bigger, which bats can use to get in or out of their resting spots and places where they have young ones (often the attic). Doing a check of the area at night can be the best way to find out where the bats go outside to get food.

Sealing cracks, gaps, and holes used by bats can help keep them out. However, using only sealants can trap bats inside and cause them to die. It is better to use a device called a one-way door which will let bats out, but not back in. If you plan to do this, it is a good idea to talk to a professional expert first.

What to Do If You Find a Bat in Your Home

If you have the unfortunate experience of finding a bat in your home, the first thing you should do is close the door and keep it confined in the current room so that you always know where it is. If you can, try opening the windows so that the bat can find its way outside. If the bat doesn’t fly out the window, immediately call our bat control team so that we can help. 

It’s very important that you don’t try to handle this task on your own, as you never know what diseases the bat may be carrying or if it has rabies. Our trained professionals have the best tools and techniques to quickly and safely get the bat out of your home. They will also be able to determine if this was an isolated incident or if you have a larger problem at hand, such as having small openings in your attic that allowed them to get inside.

To learn more about our bat control services, reach out to us today at (800) 525-8866.

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