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Getting Out Bats In The Attic

Rodents in the Attic is the Most Common Animal Problem In Orlando, FL

  • Threat of Chewing  Rats, mice, and squirrels in the attic are a direct threat to the electric wires, plumbing, and AC ducts up inside the attic.  Rodents constantly chew, and their presence is a fire hazzard.


  • Find The Entry Points  Rodent inside the attic problems are building problems.  Somehow these animals are entering and exiting the attic everyday to get food and water outside.  Look for the entry points at the corners of the roof and along the eave.


  • No Easy Solution:  Poisons, chemical repellents, sonic repellans, and other quick and easy solutions simply do not work.  Animals inside the attic problems require working on the building to permanently stop animal entry.

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    rats in attic logo Rats in the Attic     Rats climb trees and telephone wires to reach rooftops. Every neighborhood in Central Florida has rats although they are rarely seen. From time to time, rats will find their way to the attic of a home. The attic becomes their warm and safe breeding grounds.
    rat snap traps How To Trap Rats and Mice     Rat trapping can go wrong a number of ways. Rats are faily intelligent animals and their capture is not easy. What kind of traps work best? Where should they be laid?
    FL squirrels in attic pic How To Remove Squirrels From Attic     Squirrels entering the attic is probably the most common nuisance wildlife problem nationwide.  Most commonly, the problem isn't recognized until the mother squirrel's litter begins running around and also making noise in the attic.  Squirrels, like rats and other rodents, constantly have to chew. The potential for damage to electrical wires, air ducts, and plumbing is substantial.  Follow this page to learn the best methods to remove squirrels from the home attic.
    squirrel trapper pic How To Trap For Squirrels     Trapping squirrel is either done using food baited traps or by setting one way traps at a point the squirrel must walk through.  The best results come when the home is sealed except for one or two entry / exit points where traps are set. .
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    The skill of removing Florida rodents and bats from an attic is subtle. Most homeowners will not be able to observe the work in the hot Orlando attics. Homeowners will not be able to see what the wildlife control company operator is doing. Take your time deciding who to send on to your roof and attic!  Our bat or rodent in the attic removal service can be reached anytime at           407-810-1381

    Bats in the Attic is a relatively far rarer problem.

  • Health hazzard  Bats in the attic, roost in large colonies.  They produce large amounts of guano, and when this sits in your attic there is a risk for histoplasmosis, a lung disease spread by fungi on the bat droppings / feces in the attic.


  • Find the entry points  Bats are observable at sunrise and sunset.  Observing your home at these hours may help you indentify what structure the bats are using to get into the attic.  Our Orlando bat removal services find entry points based on looking at the building, looking for guano accumulation,  listening for the bats' high pitch noises, and listening to the customer's report.
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    Bat Removal From Building Roof or Attic    
    Bat removal is performed through exclusion. Bats are not exterminated or even trapped in this removal process. A one-way system is setup allowing Florida bats to leave the building but not return. .
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    Orlando Bat Exclusion Experts     Our bat experts have performed hundreds of successful exclusion projects throughout Orlando and throughout Florida. Click here to learn more about our company's removal process and how we handle dealing with different architectural problems. .
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    Orlando Attic Bats that are often found in people's houses are young bats in the attic that have lost their way. They may also be adult bats that accidentally fly through an open window or door. The first step in removing the bat from the home is to stay calm. If the bat is flying around, it is not trying to attack anyone, it is only attempting to find a way out. Turn on some lights in the house so that you can easily see the bat and the bat can also see (Florida bats are not blind). Next, close the doors to adjoining rooms, open the doors and windows in the room the bat is flying around, and if possible, turn on a bat control outside so the bat can readily see the exit. The bat has very good echolocation (radar), but it is also frightened being in a human's house. More than likely, the bat will just fly right out the open door or window within a few minutes. How to remove attic bats may want to be more direct and use a small mesh net or pillow case to gently catch the bat in flight. If the bat lands and does not fly again, there are other ways to remove it. First, put on a pair of thick leather work gloves, and find a small cardboard box or coffee can. Slowly trap up to the bat and put the Orlando bat removal over the bat, slip a piece of cardboard or book behind it and take it outside and let it go.

    As long as the bat control never touches anyone, there is no need to worry about transmitting any diseases or viruses. The Center for Disease Control recommends that anyone that comes in direct, unprotected, contact with wild mammals should receive rabies post-exposure treatment from a health-care provider, if the Orlando animal control is not able to be caught and tested. Rabies post-exposure treatment should also be administered in situations in which there is a reasonable probability that such contact occurred (e.g., a sleeping person awakes to find a bat in the room or an adult witnesses a bat problem in the room with a previously unattended child, mentally disabled person, or an intoxicated person).

     

    Bats In The Attic

    Bats in the attic are one of the most beneficial mammals in the world. There are over 950 kinds of bats, and one common North American species, the big brown bat, may eat up to 6,000 insects during one summer night. Only one half of one percent of all bats in the attic get rabies, and only a few of species in Orlando Florida drink blood.

    Nevertheless, in Orlando many people are uncomfortable with bat removal, and do not want to share their attic with a colony of bats. Bats in attic are probably just as uncomfortable sharing a house with people, and only resort to living in an attic when natural roosts like dead trees or caves are no longer available. If you don't want bats living in your attic, no problem, just follow the directions below.

    Bats in the Attic, written in the first person, recounts a child's Orlando Florida summer vacation at the shore with Gram. Living in a Orlando beach town is quite a contrast to the child's usual life in the city. The child learns the importance of bats, how to dig and cook clams, and to say good-bye to a very special summer. This book is the final installment in a three-part series about a child's summer at the shore.

     

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