Do you hear scratching in the attic? Foul odors coming from the attic? Or is there a bat in your house. The first step to a successful bat exclusion is to have your home inspected.
After your home has been inspected and we determine there is a colony of bats, the best method for removal is by a live bat exclusion. This is done by sealing up all potential entry points into the home and install one way bat doors.
Bat Exclusions Done By Professionals
Bat removal or exclusion work is not a DIY project. There is a lot of skill, knowledge, expertise and the right equipment that goes into getting rid of bats. Bat exclusion work is a process and takes years of on the job training to perfect. There are some key essential factors that go into getting a bat exclusion done right.
- Inspecting the home is the most important step. Knowing common points of entry bats enter the attic or home is key when performing a bat exclusion. During the inspection you can also look for entry points the bats are using and other potential entry points.
- Having the right equipment to get the job done right. Bat fly high so you need to have at least a 40 foot ladder and sometime an aerial boom lift. Safety equipment is also a must. Fall protection such as harnesses, ladder hooks, roof jacks, ladder skid resistant plates, roof steep assist and so on.
- Using the right materials to get the job done right. The use of caulk and one way doors won't get the job done. You will need construction grade adhesive sealant, ridge vent guard, trim coil, backer rod, bat netting, bat cones, and the list goes on.
Our Bat Exclusion Knowledge and Experience
We have been in the bat biz for nearly 20 years. We specialize in the bat removal service, because we have completed thousands of bat exclusions. All of our professional wildlife control operators are required to go through bat certified training. With completing thousands of bat exclusions that gives us first hand knowledge on how to get rid of bats from your home. We have also kept up on the industries leading materials and equipment to get rid of the bats safely, humanely, and with precision.