Their Wings Are No Match for Ours!
It’s one thing to see bats outside. But to have them in your home? That’s a whole other ballgame!
Still, it’s extremely common to have bats living in your attic or in the wall voids. You might not be able to see them, but they’re within your home’s four walls!
Fifty percent or more of all Michigan homes have bats living in them. To effectively remove them from homes and businesses, we follow a three-step treatment approach.
The first visit involves a thorough inspection. We locate the bats’ main entry points along with potential gateways they could use in the future.
Following the inspection, we install a basic one-way door system over the bats’ entry points. This allows the bats to leave, but prevents re-entry. We also seal up potential entry points so the bats don’t shift their habits and enter elsewhere.
Once we’ve given the bats enough time to leave the structure, we return and remove the one-way door and seal up the final hole behind it.