Dealing with Bats in the House

Bats can get into attics through cracks smaller than half an inch. While they carry rabies in amounts significantly lower than those of raccoons and skunks, they can still serve as nuisance especially if you have a colony living in your attic. Fortunately, you wouldn’t need a professional wildlife extractor’s expertise in getting rid of them.
A bat exclusion process involves finding entry points and installing one-way exits with netting then sealing them after a week when you’re certain that all the bats are out. If you’re not particularly against bats, you can build them a bat house up in your trees.
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