Don’t Let Bats Share Your Home This Warm Season

Warm weather wakes bats off hibernation and gets them more active. They start to move around to find food, reproduce, and eventually, make their home in your attic.
Whether you have little brown bats, or Mexican Free Tailed bats, as your new tenants, you have to get them out of the house before diseases start spreading along with their droppings. To do this, you first have to spot their entry points then place bat valves, which allow them to get out of the house but not in.
The bat removal process can be quite overwhelming for some homeowners. Fortunately, there are critter control professionals that can lend them a hand.
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