When bats flock to your home and decide to make a particular area of your house their dwelling, then it is time that you take quick action to get rid of the unwanted creatures from your home. Gnawing and scratching sounds and droppings that don’t look like your pet are signs that wildlife has penetrated your home. Arranging a wildlife removal plan is the first step you need to take to insure your home is free from all traces of wildlife at the earliest.
If you are not aware, bats are one of the most protected wildlife species across the world. Harsh penalties are delivered if anyone is found mistreating them. Hence, evicting bats from your home is a complicated task at hand. The protection law also states that eviction of bats can be done only at a specific time of the year.
According to the protection law, when young bats are born, they need to be first treated as welcome guests in the home till the time they can fly freely on their own. This period lasts from early spring till September.
To add to your problems, the amount of bat droppings considerably increases during the period when the young bats are reared. The size of bat colonies grows every year and each year, they almost double in numbers. The young bats that learn to fly on their own preferably like to be a part of the nest in the home and will most probably choose the spot of birth as their home. Hence, quick action should be taken without which the population of bats will grow immensely and the problem will soon go out of hand.
We are a wildlife removal company in Florida and have the right training, experience as well as the required license to trap and get rid of unwanted wildlife creatures from any nook or corner of your home, be it the basement, attic, or even the yard of the house. Being skilled wildlife remover, we have the right knowledge of the various traps to be used to trap different kinds of wildlife creatures. Also, we ensure no harm is done to the creatures while trapping them and know how to safely trap the creatures.
Apart from providing wildlife removal services, we also take the necessary steps to ensure that these creatures do not re-enter your home or take shelter in any other part of your home once they are forcefully evicted from their spot. If the population of bats increases considerably, they will choose to find out some new spot to build their nest.
Also, when they are forced out from one corner, they will locate another corner and make it their shelter in your home. No place in the home can be off limits for them and they can build their nest even between walls or inside the chimney.
Hence, it is critical to block access to all points of entry. Blocking access is indeed the best option to ensure these wildlife creatures do not gain entry into your home.