Bats are interesting creatures that contribute a lot to our environment, and they’re existence is very important to the world we live in. That being said, that doesn’t mean you want them in your home or attic! If this is the case for you, count the team here at My Bat Guy to get them out and safely release back into their natural habitat. There they can continue spreading seeds, eating pesky insects, and pollinating plants, without being a bother to your home and loved ones.
When it comes to bat removal, the sooner you act the better. Bats are small in size, but the damage they can incur is significant. We’ll get them out, and we can even restore your attic back to its original state, ensuring your life is back to normal in no time. Learn more about how bats can wreak havoc in your home below, then give us a call and we’ll be happy to help you out!
Chewed Wiring, Torn Insulation, Scratch Marks, And More
Bats have sharp teeth and claws, so it doesn’t take long for them to scratch up walls and furniture, and this also means they can chew up wiring in a hurry, too. Now, one bat may not be able to accomplish much, but think of what a whole colony could do! If you don’t act fast, you’ll be forced to replace insulation, restore your walls and floors, and possibly call in an electrician to look at any faulty wiring.
If you ask us, it’s not worth taking any chances, especially when it comes to shelling out hundreds of dollars in repair work. As soon as you note a bat problem in your home, give us a call, and we’ll take care of you. The quicker you get us in, the better!
Dangers Of Bat Guano
Another major concern when it comes to damages caused by bats is their guano (or feces). Bad guano leads to some pretty bad odors, as you can imagine, and it can quickly cause rotting wood, stains, fungus, and more. Too much can significantly weaken your structure, and it’s known to attract other pests and rodents, too, which will lead to even more damage.
Bat feces can also cause damage to your health and the well-being of loved ones. It is strongly linked to histoplasmosis, a fungal infection that can be quite serious, especially in those with a weaker immune system. If you have little ones in the home, you’ll want to be very careful!
Other Problems With Bats
Bats are known for carrying many diseases, and they may have ticks, fleas, mites, or other health issues that can wind up being dangerous for humans. If you know bats have set up camp in your attic, then the time to call in our experts is now. We’ll get you back to where you need be, then take preventative measures to ensure the bats can’t get back in any time soon. Call today!