Bat removal in Columbia, South Carolina Call 843-473-8050|Bats in the attic control and removal

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Bat Removal in Columbia SC by Bat removal experts

Bat removal is when you believe you have a bat issue in your home it is best to try to determine whether or not to call a bat removal specialist to inspect your property. Sometimes a bat in your house can be explained by an open window or an open door including a garage door.

A few things to think about; Bats will find attic as a great place to live and build a bat colony. a bat colony in the attic will cause several issues including bat guano and bat urine build up in the attic insulation. They will live in the attic and the majority of them will be female bats. Female bat only give birth to one baby bat a year. As the only flying mammal a baby bat can not fly upon birth and because of this as wildlife control agents we can not remove or exclude bats when baby bats are present. If baby bats are present bat exclusion or bat removal can not be done, at risk of damage to the bat colony or the baby bats. It is very often that bats are found near pools or water sources. It is very often that when a backyard pool is involved a bat colony is near. A bat flying near my pool, bats flying by my pool, bats in my house, bat in my bathroom, bat in my living room, bats in my attic, bat in my bathroom, bat in my attic, bats in my attic, bats in my chimney, bats in my building, bats in my room, Bat control, Bat trap, humane bat removal.

The do it yourself bat removal homeowner can remove bats but at risk of the bat colony. it is always safer and more responsible to speak to your local bat control or attic bat removal professional before making any decisions in bat removal or bat control.

Often the best way to determine a bat issue is to watch the house at dusk. Bat will fly out just after the sun goes down and this is a great way to see were the bats are leaving the house or building. If you are thinking of trying to remove the bat colony this is the best time to decide your course of action. The do it yourselfer must remember that even if you can determine were that bats are leaving does not mean that the bats can not find a new place to enter the property; in fact a bat can fit in the smallest of areas or voids. the rule of thumb is that if you can place a nickle on its side in a hole or void a bat can also fit into the area and regain access.

There are several exclusion devices available for removal of bats. One is a bat check valve or basically placing a trash bag over the area the bats are leaving and this is a terrible practice due to the fact most bats die in the trash bag and that not all bats leave an area at the same time. The other is a One Way Bat Door, I actually promote and advocate this practice. The one way bat door is a cone shaped device that allows the bats to leave the area at their own time span , though does not allow access back into the area. As long as there are no baby bats present; this tends to be the best procedure in removing bats.

Once bats are removed from the attic space, or removed from the chimney, or removed from the eaves gates, an attic clean out or attic restoration can be completed. All of the bat guano and attic insulation can be removed and new placed down.

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