If you notice bat droppings around your attic vents and hear squeaking sounds coming from the attic, you may have a little brown bat problem on your hands. Bats feed on insects and although they aren’t poisonous, they can be quite harmful to humans. Their droppings contain fungi that may cause histoplasmosis in people.
Instead of ignoring the signs of an infestation, you should contact professionals at CT Pest Solutions for little brown bat removal in Connecticut.
Locating Common Points of Entry
These pest control experts will not only locate the entrance and exit points, but they’ll also set up traps during night hours to catch them.
Most common entry points include:
- Cracks in the walls
- Gaps between fillings
Sealing the Gaps and Cracks
Moreover, they will seal all the gaps and cracks in your walls after effectively removing these bats from your home. Exclusion is a process that involves guiding the bats out of their roost and making sure they have no way of entering again. These trained pest control specialists will then install a re-routing roost device so that these bats can stay as far away from your home as possible.
Cleaning Your Home
As we’ve established previously, bats leave traces of urine and droppings that can spread Histoplasmosis (a type of lung infection). Furthermore, these little brown bats may also carry rabies, just like any other mammal.
After they’ve sealed all the entry points, experts at CT pest solutions also provide sanitation services to help clean and remove bat droppings from your home and reduce your risk for health complications.
In addition to bat removal, they offer house mouse removal and proofing among other services to help eliminate all kinds of infestations for good!
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