Believe it or not, bats are a common problem in people’s attics and chimneys, and once you get bats in your home getting rid of them can be tricky. Bats can squeeze through really small crevices, and in some cases they can even begin a colony in your house.
Remove Bats from Your Home with Our Dallas Bat Removal Service
Removing bats from your home is a challenging task that has to be done in the right way. You can’t just trap them and take them away like with other animals, and it usually requires special training.
We have a Dallas bat removal team who are well trained to take bats away from your home humanely and safely, and they will make sure the bats don’t return. Our team have been doing this for years, so they know all the right procedures.
They remove bats from your home with a series of steps:
Step 1: Inspection
Our team will inspect your home at different times of the day, to determine which species of bat is inhabiting your home, how many of them there are (you could have a few bats inside your home, or you could have a whole bat colony), and where the exact points are in which the bats are getting into your home.
Step 2: Exclusion
The only way to remove bats from your home is to wait until they leave to feed, and then seal off their entry and exit points to exclude them. Timing is everything at this stage, because the last thing you want is to trap a bat inside your home. (This is why bat removal is so hard, and why you need professionals to do it.)
Step 3: Wrapping it up
After we have excluded the bats from your home, we double check to make sure that all entry points in your home and attic are saled so they can’t return back in again. We then clean the areas where they have left their droppings to keep you and your family safe.
Warning: We recommend you get a trained professional to remove bats from your home. Not only is it a difficult process, it can also be dangerous. The last thing you want is to be bitten by a bat.
Why Are Bats a Problem?
Bats are not as dangerous as you think they may be, but they can still be a problem. (Indeed, bats are beneficial to humans, because they kill insects in your home). But still, you don’t want bats to be living inside your home, and you don’t want to take your chances.
Here are some reasons why bats can be a problem:
- Bats can make a mess with their feces
- Bats can do damage to your home
- Bats can be noisy
- Bats can carry diseases in their feces
- In rare cases, bats can even have rabies
The worst case scenario is if you end up with a bat loose in your home, which is not the most pleasant of experiences.
Detecting Bats in Your Home
When undertaking Dallas bat control, it is a good idea to be able to identify whether you have a bat problem in your home. Here are three signs:
Noise – Bats can be extremely noisy, especially when they start to go out in the night in search for food.
Droppings – Bats will leave distinctive droppings behind in your attic or chimney, making them easy to detect. Bat droppings will contain insect parts in them.
Observation – You may even see the bats exiting your home at dusk when they go out to find food.
As part of our Dallas bat control service we can help you to identify whether there are bats in your home with our well trained team.
Call us now at (214) 295-9318 for Dallas bat control and Dallas bat removal.
3010 LBJ Freeway, Suite 1200
Dallas, TX 75234
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Houston, TX 77060
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