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Bat Removal

Bats in the Attic

By January 2, 2017January 9th, 2017No Comments

Entry Points

When bats enter homes, usually either to hibernate or rest, they prefer to congregate in secluded locations like chimneys and attics. The latter is a particularly popular choice as it provides the warmth and shelter necessary for rearing young pups. Bats gain access to homes through gaps in roof shingles, mortar, windows, doors, and home ventilation systems. Conflicts that arise from bat infestations in the attic range from unsightly messes to health risks, and some of the more negligible issues associated with bat presence include their insistent squeaking and the strong musky odor that is excreted from their scent glands.

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