Bat Removal Miami
Anytime that you have bats in your home, you can be sure they will be a nuisance to the occupants of your house. Nuisance Wildlife Rangers offer bat removal Miami to save you from all this trouble. There are so many different myths about bats and this is what causes general fear among homeowners. We have skilled technicians who have...
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BAT REMOVAL MIAMI
Anytime that you have bats in your home, you can be sure they will be a nuisance to the occupants of your house. Nuisance Wildlife Rangers offer bat removal Miami to save you from all this trouble. There are so many different myths about bats and this is what causes general fear among homeowners. We have skilled technicians who have the experience and know-how to deal with bats.
So are bats, vampires that suck blood? No as a matter of fact, in general, bats are harmless. They will not attack human beings and the only danger is that they are a health hazard. As the waste in the form of urine and bat guano accumulates, this will cause viruses and fungus to thrive and this can be a threat to your health.
Bats also have a tendency to cause structural damage and to be able to avert all these challenges they should be eliminated. You may have thought of a couple of ways to remove the bats, but the truth is, you will need a professional wildlife removal company to handle the situation.
What Damages Do Bats Cause?
When you have one bat in your chimney or attic, it may appear to be harmless. However, after a while bats will start to increase in numbers and they will cause serious damages. The bats will urinate and this will leak through the drywall and ceilings, which leaves a permanent stain. The guano will also accumulate after a while and this will cause a stench. The urine has strong ammonium as well that can cause breathing problems. With bats in the house, you can be sure that there will be serious damages and the only way to prevent this is by getting them removed.
Can I Catch A Flying Bat in My House?
As the number of the bats increase and the colony grows, you may find one or two flying around your living area. With the right conditions, bats can live for up to thousands of years. If there is a bat flying in your house and you want to catch it, you should let it land and then place a towel over it then take it outside and let if free. You may also have your windows and doors open, with the hope that it will fly out. Bats are known to cause rabies and as such, it is best to avoid any contact as they may bite or scratch you, thereby transmitting the rabies virus.
What Poison Can I Use to Kill Bats?
Getting rid of bats is not an easy task and people tend to try different options. Some of the common ones include poison and traps. You should note that there is no specific poison that works for bats. Some people have advised homeowners to use rat poison, but this will not work as bats feed on flying insects and bugs. As such, there would be no way that they would ingest poison that will kill them. Hire a bat removal expert and they will be able to exterminate the bats, without killing them.
Bats in the Attic
Attics are an ideal place, for bats to live in. They will roost in the attic all day long. It is possible to have bats in your attic for a very long time without realizing. Even when you think that your home is safe, the bats will sneak in, through small spaces that you cannot imagine. The conducive place for bats to live in, should be warm, and attics are perfect, as they have the right temperature.
Most people hardly get into the attic and as such, the bats can breed and grow in numbers, without any interference. If not handled in good time, the colony can be in the attic for centuries and will keep growing. While in the attic, bats do not fly much, but instead will crawl around. You will have to deal with the guano and pee, which produces a bad odor.
Bat Control Miami
There are pest control companies and some wildlife removal firms that claim to offer bat control services in Miami. However, not all of them know what they are doing, and as such, they may end up messing the whole situation. It is therefore essential to ensure that you have a person who knows what they are doing so as to contain the bats. Most of these companies do not even know that there are laws that protect the bats.
You need to have the job done correctly the first time so as to eliminate the bats for good. The cleaning of the house and decontamination is essential as if the droppings are left, they attract parasites and other pests. Bats are not a threat to your safety and as such, they should be removed in a humane way so as to protect them.
Bat Removal Techniques
Bats will hardly attach you and are not aggressive, as it is the case with raccoons. However, this does not mean that bat removal techniques and procedures are easy. This is a task that can be tiresome and needs the best professionalism. Bearing in mind that there are laws that protect bats in Miami, you will need to have this process executed in the right manner.
This means that you need to hire a company that fully understands bat behaviors and biology. A proper strategy is one that ensures that the bats are removed and are also kept out for good. This means that your home is bat-proofed. Bat exclusion is our key strategy at Nuisance Wildlife Rangers, and this works perfectly.
Bat removal Miami is a task that is best handled by Nuisance Wildlife Rangers. We have the experience to execute the job perfectly and it does not have to cost you a fortune. Get in touch with us today for a free quote and an appointment for an inspection of your property. This will allow us to exclude the bats completely and you will never have to worry about them.
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Established in 2013, Nuisance Wildlife Rangers, LLC is one of the largest privately owned Wildlife & Animal Removal Companies in the state of Florida. For over 4 years, we have been protecting homes and businesses from dangerous and destructive wildlife throughout Florida.