The mere presence of a bat outdoors is sometimes beyond the tolerance of some people. Don’t let others scare you into paying more than you should. Arm yourself with information & facts. Plain and simple, we need bats to survive but that does not mean they should be allowed to stay in our homes or attics. We can help!
In Big Canoe bats commonly enter buildings through openings associated with the roof edge and valleys, eaves, gable vents, chimney, attic or roof vent, dormers, and siding (see photo). Other openings may be found under loose-fitting doors, around windows, gaps around various conduits (wiring, plumbing, air conditioning) that pass through walls, and through utility vents. But honestly 90% of our bat removal jobs are in the gable vents alone. We only seal what we feel is necessary to keep the bats out & to-date we have never had a breach in our work.
Our Bat Removal the process is actually laid out pretty simple. If you know what you are doing and take the time to do it right, it is easy to get the bats out of the attic. We recently decided to change our warranty from a 3-year warranty without any annual renewal fees to a 10-YEAR warranty.
If you are interesting in learning how to build bat houses you can click on these links: Make your own Nursery Bat House or Two Chamber Rocket Box Bat House and here is info on installing the bat house: Installing Bat House – Instructions