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Whenever you're in demand of a bat removal expert or a bat pest control specialist to supply bat control services, you've come to the correct data reference. We can assist you in locating a bat control professional in your region to help get rid of bats. Here at VaMoose Varmint the bat removal specialist of Michigan we are available to assist you to translate the concept  of  the bat exclusion process through your  eyes. We'll  demonstrate  to  you what’s  and  whys  of bat pest control. We're  certain  our methods will  work on  your  current bat pest control issues. VaMoose  Varmint Wildlife Services  guarantees our professional bat removal services.

BATS:
Bats are surpassed exclusively by rodents as the most numerous mammals both in quantity of individuals and amount of species. There is forty-six recognized species present in North America. With these amounts in that respect there will be a conflict somewhere in need of bat pest control at one time or another. So this is where the bat control experts could support you in getting rid of bats. We employ tested removal techniques to force out the bats humanely. A few bats are protected or endangered and should not be injured during a bat pest control job. Bats act as a fundamental part in our eco system by offering biological bug control.

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While finishing a bat removal job I was watching the sun go down over Houghton Lake Michigan; I looked upon the current knowing the bats will be leaving their roost for the last time. Loading my tired body into the truck the cell phone barks. I answer the phone while thinking about getting home and resting from a long day of bat control work. An upset woman explains that there were bats flying in her home and asked if we provided bat removal services. I explained we provided this type of service. Not knowing I would be traveling to Torch Lake for a bat pest control startup. I wrote down her information, address, contact numbers, past Bat Exclusion, Bat Proofing, Bat Abatementremoval history if any, style of home, when the home was built, and how large or small was the home. I explained that if the bats are located in a seperate room and they did not mind to shut the door and place a towel under it to keep the bats isolated till I could get there for the bat removal. I explain the fees for this visit to her area. She agrees and off I go to another job. I pull into her driveway, excited about a new bat control job. Jumping out of the truck onto my tired legs and grab my equipment for this job. She points to a room and shows me where the  bat removal will take place. I pull a container out of my bag and put on my leather gloves, turn on the flashlight and enter the room, closing the door behind me. I am optimistic on finding  the varmint quickly and move into my search. It is interesting on how well bats can play hide and seek in such a small area, clinging to walls, behind mirrors, curtains, book shelves and more. I locate it in 10 minutes and place the it in a container for transporting. I come out of the room and show her the removal has been completed. I explain to the woman the bat should be screened for rabies by the local health department if she thought there was any chance of a potential contact with her, a child, an elderly individual or anyone that may have been sleeping. Rabies is a deadly virus and if there is any question the animal should be tested for safety health reasons. The customer is the one who makes the final decision if the it is tested. This is one part of a day on a bat pest control job. 

BAT PEST CONTROL INSPECTION:
Bat pest control starts with identifying areas bats are using or could use. Bats will gain entry into a structure in many ways. Usually it is due to construction defects, defects caused by weather, or just poor maintenance. These locations are typically high areas such as soffit to roof intersects, ridge ventilation caps, gable end vents, drip edges, home additions, around chimneys, these are typical bat pest control problems. Ridge vents are a great example why these areas are looked at in bat removal. During an inspection of a bat pest control job we check the ridge vents for lifting up, rodent damage, and end caps missing. There is no easy long term solution in bat removal for a ridge vent fix except to exclude the ridge vent. VaMoose Varmints uses an effective removal solution for bat pest control in this area for long term removal. While performing an inspection around chimneys, there may be smudges around the openings that will let us know if this is a good place for bat control. The smudges are from a repeated movement of bats coming and going from the area. At times guano will be deposited on the siding and chimney. Technicians in the bat removal business are experienced in recognizing these signs for proper bat pest control. If you are uncertain if you have bats but see these types of signs, you could watch these areas at dusk and see if bats are exiting these areas. Your eyes and ears will provide these answers if a bat pest control or bat removal professional is needed. A bat inspection is not complete without inspecting the attic if available. Keep in mind that a respirator should be used to protect the bat removal provider from contracting diseases from droppings. An attic inspection will let us know if the bats were roosting around the chimneys, down the ridge or other places in the attic. We will determine the amount of guano that was left behind by the bats. A large amount of bat guano in your attic could damage your insulation and render it ineffective in its r-value. You may also lose value in your home if this contamination is not removed by a professional. Guano could cause health risks to the occupants in that structure. The bat control operator will determine the size of the attic, and also decide if the contamination is excessive enough for an attic restoration. This process is performed after a bat pest control, or bat removal process has been performed.

BAT REMOVAL SHOULD NOT BE DONE AT ANYTIME:
Bat pest control should be done at certain times of the year. June 1st to Aug 1st are not the time frames for bat removal. These are approximate dates and the bat removal expert should know when the maternity colonies form in your area. Also in northern areas such as Michigan, New York, or Wisconsin, bats may not fly south and may go dormant inside of a structure. With this said bat pest control should not be done during late fall or early winter, nor during the early spring. Bat control should be performed first instead of sealing the home up in the cool weather. If an exclusion is performed during the cool days you may be at risk of them coming into the home when the weather warms and the bats become active. During the winter you might also notice noises in your attic, scratching on the wall, or unexplained noises during winter warm-ups or extreme cold fluctuations. This may also bring your attention to the need in hiring a bat pest control specialist.

OTHER BAT REMOVAL AND BAT PEST CONTROL TECHNIQUES:
The use of repellants and electronic devices in the bat removal field has been questionable. We have been at homes that were currently using these techniques without satisfying results. These easy fixes are not supported by professionals in the bat pest control field. I will not use a product that will not perform its job 100% of the time for a bat pest control problem. Repellants also are a quick fix. I have seen them around homes with the repellants strung up in socks, or little bags. These repellants are sewn in with naphthalene, also known as moth balls, with little to no effect. Some types of bat pest control quick fixes containing naphthalene are also harmful to individuals and still may not provide a long term bat control solution. Traps are also another type of bat removal that is available. The differences is rather than eviction devices, traps are put in place capturing the bats in a confined place not permitting the bats back up into the structure. The bat traping method is unkind for the bats whenever they are not transferred in a suitable and timely manner due to possible over crowding and high temperature stress. The technician using bat  traps also place themselves at higher risks to bat born diseases. With the use of bat traps it may be possible for the bat removal provider to charge more for the daily trap check. You might be asking yourself what about the bat poisons or concoctions used by people to fix there bat pest control problem? Poisons are not federally listed or authorized to be used in bat pest control. It is illegal to use bat poisons in a bat removal situation.

RISKY BAT REMOVAL RECOMMENDATIONS FOR THE DO-IT-YOURSELF:
Many years past we went to a rabies conference in the capital of Michigan. At that place comprised a public lecture about bat removal species where somebody in the auditorium inquired "however do I provide bat removal for my house"? This professional person that studies bats passed on this unfit advice to the group, "seal off the place were the bats are flying away from".  Needless to say we were shocked. We attempted to speak to him later on, but he took a firm stand that he knew what he was talking of. We get to contend with the consequences, by re-opening the entryway holes and put in unidirectional doorways. When opening up these entrances I have discovered bats in that location needing to come out, after being entrapped for a long time. This advice sounds fine and easy, only we recognize from experiencing that this type of bat pest control  being performed by inexperienced people that it doesn't solve the problem. The trouble usually follows, not every last bat leaves to eat at the same time, and so bats were entrapped internal resulting in bats entering the dwelling place, arriving in contact with someone, or dying and smelling up the home.

BAT HOUSES USED WITH BAT PEST CONTROL:
Why would bats depart a settled roost in your dwelling to exist in a bat house? Merely because it's a "BAT HOUSE", doesn't mean they'll dwell in them. Erecting a bat house to perform bat control from your home doesn't work. A bat house would be use with the bat removal process for these reasons. When the bats are forced out they might utilize the bat house if it's placed in a correct location assisting them in the strain from resettlement. If you wish to hold the bats close just not in your home, we could assist in providing that as well. At Vamoose Varmints Wildlife Services we could work up and set up a recognized bat house design completed out of cedar wood that bats might inhabit. We have put in bat houses and colonies have utilized the bat house. We'll recommend the most effective possible position upon your property and put in the bat house.

Thank you for visiting our bat removal and bat pest control web page focusing on how to get rid of bats. We offer referral and services for bat removal, or bat control professionals in these states: Alabama, Alaska, Arizona, Arkansas, California, Colorado, Connecticut, Delaware, District of Columbia, Florida, Georgia, Hawaii, Idaho, Illinois, Indiana, Iowa, Kansas, Kentucky, Louisiana, ME, Maine, Maryland, Massachusetts, MI, Michigan, MN, Minnesota, Mississippi, Missouri, Montana, Nebraska, Nevada, NH, New Hampshire, NJ, New Jersey, New Mexico, NY, New York, North Carolina, North Dakota, OH, Ohio, Oklahoma, Oregon, Pennsylvania, Rhode Island, South Carolina, South Dakota, Tennessee, Texas, Utah, Vermont, Wisconsin, Virginia, WA, Washington, West Virginia, Wyoming.

One common bat that specialists deal with:

Little Brown Myotis Bat: The distribution of this bat ranges in these states, Alaska, Alabama, Arizona,  California, Arkansas, Colorado, Delaware, Connecticut, District of Columbia, Georgia, Florida, Idaho,  Indiana, Illinois, Iowa, Kansas, Louisiana, Kentucky, Maine, Massachusetts, Maryland, Michigan, Mississippi, Missouri, Minnesota, Montana, Nevada, Nebraska, New Hampshire, New Mexico, New Jersey, New York, North Carolina, Ohio, North Dakota, Oklahoma, Pennsylvania, Oregon, Rhode Island, South Dakota, South Carolina, Tennessee, Texas, Vermont, Utah, Wisconsin, Washington, Virginia, West Virginia, and Wyoming. This bat is a typical nuisance in all these states living in walls, attics, and homes. The little brown bat lives on insects.

Bats that are endangered in the continental United States 
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