When it comes to bats, sometimes it's difficult to know whether or not your home or business has been taken over.
Bats are not creatures that you would want hanging around your property. While they are extremely beneficial in the wild, dealing with them can be very scary as they carry diseases such as rabies and can pose many medical hazards such as Histoplasmosis; a respiratory illness that can develop due to a buildup of their feces.
Unfortunately, bats are very hard to detect until it's too late and they have built their nest inside your attic.
If you feel that you have an infestation, keep your ears and eyes opened.
How Can You Find Them?
Some signs of a bat infestation include dung on the walls or ceilings, open entries, and their sounds.
Bats are vocal nocturnal animals, so if you have an infestation, the chances of you hearing them will most likely take place during the late hours of the night.
The moment that you do officially discover them, do not be afraid and keep calm. Exterminating these creatures is against the law. Instead, try to contact a certified bat control and exclusion professional for some help.
Battle the Bats Safely
While excluding bats from your home or business, we ensure to investigate all areas that they use to gain entry that is larger than 1/4 inch by sealing them to guarantee that they will not return.
Next, a one-way door is installed so that the bats have a way out. This will ensure that they can humanely leave the premises.
With our tools, expertise and experience, the bats will successfully be removed from your structure.
Remove The Bats And Restore Your Property
The experts at Phoenix Pest Management & Wildlife Control will successfully remove all bats and their colonies safely and humanely to ensure that you, your family and your business are no longer at risk.
After following through with each necessary procedure, we will treat and sanitize the attic space. If necessary and possible, our guano removal service will be offered as well.
Your attic will be as good as new and no longer be the home to unwanted visitors.