The truth is that bats living inside houses are far more difficult to locate. As the video shows, instead of hanging in the wide open, bats prefer to tuck themselves into tight places. In this case, the colony has sandwiched itself into the space between the exterior brick wall and the interior plywood. This makes them nearly impossible to see without climbing or crawling to the very edge of the attic and peering into the cavity.
For professional wildlife removal companies, the month of August is considered bat season. August is the time of year that many bats living inside houses will become lost in walls and attics and ultimately find themselves in the living space of house. It’s only then that most homeowners realize that they may be sharing their house with a bat colony.
Bats are able to squeeze themselves inside even the smallest of gaps in building materials to access your attic. Inside they find an ideal roosting spot that offers warm temperatures and protection from predators to have and raise their babies. Colonies grow quickly from there.
Skedaddle Humane Wildlife Control has been helping homeowners evict unwanted bat tenants since 1989. Click here to learn about how we can protect your home and family from the dangers of a bat infestation. Our trained professionals will remove the colony and seal your house against future invasions. Our workmanship and materials are back by a lifetime guarantee!
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