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Bats are great to have around in summer, especially if you live next to a body of water and bugs are a problem. But it gets a little unsettling when you realize that all those friendly bats you are seeing came out of your attic. Contact Mid-Atlantic Wildlife control if you think you might have a bat problem in your Gaithersburg home. Getting rid of bats the right and humane way is a science that we’ve mastered over many years in business.
There are many reasons why you don’t want bats living in your attic. For starters, there is never just one bat. If you have bats, it’s usually a colony of anywhere from 10 bats and more. Many bats eat many insects and produce many droppings. These droppings, over time, may not only weigh down your ceiling, but also present a health issue. In addition to droppings, there is a risk of a bat accidentally flying into your living area. A small percentage of bats has rabies, so you need to be careful if that happens. Don’t try to capture or touch the bat, especially if it looks sick or injured.
Here is some more information about bats that busts a few popular myths:
As you can see, bats in your attic can mean a big trouble. Here are a few ways our Gaithersburg bat removal experts can help:
All bats are protected by the Maryland law and some are endangered. Killing a bat is never a good solution and is punishable by a fine in many areas. At Mid-Atlantic Wildlife Control, we take the steps to make sure the bats are evicted from your property safely and humanely. At certain times of year, bats are not allowed to be disturbed at all, so it’s worth checking with a professional before you do anything about the bat colony in your attic.
When we remove bats, we also repair any damage they may have caused and clean out bat guano. Bat guano is known to be a source of a deadly lung disease called histoplasmosis, and it’s important to have it removed properly and thoroughly. If this is the type of service you expect from your Gaithersburg bat removal company, give us a call or contact online to schedule an appointment.
We realize that you want your animal intruder gone ASAP. Contact us with emergency wildlife issues.
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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We service Maryland, Virginia, Washington, D.C., Pennsylvania, and Delaware in addition to the counties listed above.