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Almost halfway between Frederick and Baltimore, Mount Airy is a green little town off I-70. This remote location away from the busy cities makes it an ideal location for bats, as it offers both plenty of insects to eat and plenty of attics to roost in. Are you having problems with bats in Mount Airy? You can rely on our Maryland bat removal technicians to remove bats from your home, garage or business safely and humanely.
In the wild, bats live in caves or in the trees, but they have also discovered that man-made structures make great places to live or hibernate. In Mount Airy and throughout Maryland bats can often be found roosting in attics, garages, sheds, as well as inside wall cavities of homes and commercial properties. You may think that bats are mainly a problem for vacant homes, but that’s not true. Bats don’t mind that someone is already living in the house—all they need is a little bit of space in the attic.
Here are some of the signs that you may have bats in your attic:
As you can see, bats are generally not very good at hiding their presence. Just by watching your roof line at dusk you should be able to know whether there are bats inside your attic. Bats leave to feed after the sun goes down in summer, which makes them easy to spot. However, it can be hard to determine this in winter when bats hibernate and are not very active.
Bats get a bad rep for no good reason. Folklore says they are vampires; people think they get tangled in your hair; kids are plain terrified of bats. Meanwhile, bats are mostly harmless and even beneficial to the environment and human activities. They eat large amounts of insects, allowing us to enjoy the outdoors more and offering relief to farmers fighting with pests. Sure, bats can bite and they can carry rabies, but they don’t attack humans on purpose and don’t feed on blood.
For these and other reasons bats are protected by law in Mount Airy and throughout Maryland. This means you are not allowed to harm a bat and even touch or remove a bat if you don’t have a license and an approval from the Maryland Department of Natural Resources. Any major bat eviction should be done by a professionals like our experts at Mid-Atlantic Wildlife Control.
We use a method known as bat exclusion that takes advantage of bats’ natural habits. This method involves installing exclusion devices on the gaps where bats exit your attic. These devices allow the bats to exist but not return, which forces the colony to relocate. If you are interested in learning more about how we can help you get rid of bats in Mount Airy, feel free to call us or contact online.
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Our technicians can identify all local pest wildlife species and choose the best removal method based on the animal's lifestyle.
We will repair the damage, seal entry points and offer you advice on keeping the wildlife away from your home for good.
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