Coping with Pest Infestations: A Pest Control BlogCoping with Pest Infestations: A Pest Control Blog

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Coping with Pest Infestations: A Pest Control Blog

Hi, my name is Brenda, and I have been affected by pest infestations in the past. I know how frustrating it is to constantly have ants in your kitchen or to have mice running out of the furniture. In this blog, I am going to share everything I learned on the journey to become pest free. Here, you will find posts on removing pests, keeping them out, killing them naturally and also, dealing with the gross feeling of living under the same roof as them. If you want to get rid of your pests without losing your mind, you have come to the right place. Pull up a seat, start reading and enjoy!

Getting Bats To Leave Your Home's Attic

If you have bats living inside of your attic, you have undoubtedly thought of ways to have them vacate this area. Bats can harbor disease, so it is important to take fast action in ridding your home of these pests once they make themselves comfortable in a hidden location. Here are steps to take to rid your attic of unwanted bats.

Contact An Animal Removal Service

Some bats are endangered, making it against the law to kill them. You need to be careful in the tactics you choose in removal for this reason. Many homeowners turn to assistance from an animal removal service to remove bats. This way, workers will have the proper tools for successful removal, while taking steps to ensure the bats do not become harmed in the process. If baby bats are present in your attic, contacting an animal removal service is best.

Tend To Windows On This Level

Consider purchasing window enhancements that allow for bats to vacate the area, while not allowing them to return when their ventures have ended. These tools are simple to install and will allow bats to get out of your attic without harm. You will still need to conduct daily checks of your attic to determine how many bats still remain so you know how long to keep these enhancements in place. These can be purchased online or via an animal removal service. After bats have left, secure your windows properly so these critters are no longer able to make their way inside.

Provide An Attractive Alternative

Bats eat many insects, leaving your property free of pests that could cause harm to your garden and trees. Instead of allowing bats to stay in your attic, encourage them to move to an area outside of your home where they will have plenty of food to hunt. Bat boxes work well for this reason. These bat homes are constructed from wood and are affixed to a tree or pole high enough out of the way where they will not pose harm to humans using the land below. The boxes give bats a safe place to roost during the daytime hours and a handy spot to retreat after a night full of hunting. Several bats will fit inside these enclosures as well. Add one to a tree near the area where bats are getting inside of your attic. After bats vacate your home for their new one, seal the entryway to the attic so you do not get return visitors.

For more information, contact an animal removal service in your area.