When spring rolls around, many homeowners find themselves face to face with a big problem – bat invasion. Bats often turn to garages and attics for a cozy spot to hibernate throughout the cold, winter months. As temperatures rise back up, these critters awaken and start disrupting your regular routine.

That’s why you need to trust in the experts at Bat Removal and Prevention, Inc. today. We can remove bats from your home at any time of the night or day, and you can trust in our fully licensed staff to get the job done right. We are completely humane in every job that comes our way, and we always we take steps to prevent these creatures from re-entering your home down the line.

Learn more by visiting our website today, or feel free to give us a call at 248-403-8167. Our team of experts will be happy to answer any of your questions or concerns!

Signs You May Have Bats

There are some signs you can look out for if you are worried that bats may be present in your home. Keep an open eye and ear, and let us know if you think you might have a problem.v

  • Chirping Sounds: Bats can’t see very well, so they have to communicate using chirping noises in order to find their way around. This helps them get to where their going with ease, and it also helps them find food.
  • Holes With Stains: Bats enter through small holes and they will typically leave behind a stain when entering or exiting these areas. Bats have a greasy coat, and this grease rubs off on your walls and ceiling as they work their way in and out of your home.
  • Visible Scratches: If you notice scratch marks in odd areas of your home, that could mean bats are nearby. You also may hear scratching noises through the walls.
  • Droppings: Obviously, seeing any type of bat dropping is a pretty clear sign that your home has been invaded. These could be near various entry points in your home, as well as on porches and decks. And keep an eye out in your attic, too! If you don’t see anything, watch out for any nasty odors.

Stay Alert During Sunrise/Sunset

The most likely time you’ll be able to detect bats in your home is during the nighttime, since these creatures are primarily nocturnal. Before you go to bed and right after waking up are the ideal times to spot one or hear them clearly. Stay alert during these time periods if you suspect anything may be present in your home.

Count On Us!

At Bat Removal and Prevention, Inc., we do more than hunt down the bats in your home. We also remove birds, squirrels, raccoons, and various types of rodents – and we do it in a way that’s ethical, thorough, and well thought out. Our extensive experience and qualifications make us the number one company for wildlife removal, attic restoration, and more. Count on us today!