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Bats In Your Attic! Contact The Experts For Removal

Contrary to popular belief, bats are very useful in an ecosystem and are good to have around when it comes to insect problems. But, they can also pose a nuisance if an infestation occurs in your home or on your property, as getting rid of them can pose a significant challenge. The situation becomes more complicated if you are faced with baby bats, which further increases the need for contacting a professional Milwaukee bat removal company. Keep reading to learn what to do in such situations.

Discovering Bats In Your Attic Is A Serious Problem 

This is especially true if you live in the Milwaukee area. Bats give birth to babies in the spring, which creates a problem for many homeowners. Discovering bats in your attic is a very serious concern and should be taken care of immediately after it has been discovered. If you hear noises coming from your attic or see bats flying around your home’s roof or anywhere else on your property, a thorough inspection of your attic and other parts of your home is the first step you need to take. Hiring a professional wildlife removal company is the recommended way to take care of this.

Bats can be difficult to locate inside an attic and prefer to tuck themselves into hard to reach places

How Do I Get Bats Out Of My Home? 

The proper and recommended way of removing bats from your home involves having an experienced professional tackle the job. On the other hand, there is another way you can go about it if you’re adamant about tackling the job yourself. It involves sealing up all areas of your home through which bats can gain access into the attic or other areas. After all possible entry points have been eliminated, you need to leave one space open and place an exclusion tube in it. This should let out any bats that remain inside your home out into the world while preventing them from getting back in thanks to a one-way door incorporated into the exclusion tube. Once again – it is best if you leave this part to the professionals.

What If There Are Baby Bats Present? 

There are a number of reasons why identifying bat entry points requires a trained eye:

  • Bats don’t leave much evidence behind
  • Bats enter from above
  • They are nocturnal
  • They are small

Bats can be difficult to locate inside an attic and prefer to tuck themselves into hard to reach places

Additionally, the presence of baby bats further complicates the removal process and that is when you really need professional help. Professionals like Skedaddle are able to humanely remove both the adults and babies from your attic and reunite them afterwards, all the while ensuring no harm comes to your home or the critters themselves. It is crucial to remove the babies in a humane and non-threatening way, which is something Skedaddle specializes in.

Need A Humane Way To Get Rid Of Bats From Your Home? Call Skedaddle 

If you’re looking for a fail-proof and humane way to rid your home of that pesky bat population that has made a home in your attic, there’s no better choice for it than Skedaddle Humane Wildlife Control. A company with more than two decades of experience when it comes to helping homeowners be free from wildlife infestations. A particular reason why Skedaddle should be your Milwaukee bat removal company of choice is because Skedaddle technicians perform a 35 to 50-point inspection of your home before even formulating a humane bat removal strategy. This explains why there are more than 200,000 satisfied homeowners to date, so wait no more and get in touch with Skedaddle to rid your home of those pesky bats.

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About the author:Marcus is the owner and operator of Skedaddle Humane Wildlife Control – Milwaukee. Born and raised in Milwaukee, Marcus combines the academic training (M.S. Wildlife Biology, UW Madison) with the field training and skills to be successful in resolving wildlife conflict for home and business owners.

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