The human population in Severna Park, Maryland has dramatically increased over the past decade. This means that real estate developers have built as many homes as the population increase requires them to. Severna Park real estate developers are able to build a 2,800 sq.ft. home in less than a month and whole communities in less than a year. As these developers throw new homes together, they fail to think about bats in Severna Park. They don’t consider how to bat proof a house, how to keep bats out of a chimney, how to stop bats from roosting behind shutters, or how to keep bats out of the attic. Roofers leave plenty of ¼” inch or larger gaps around the roof line which allows bats to enter the attic space. It’s also common to find bats roosting behind shutters in Severna Park. Most developers in Severna Park don’t even install chimney caps, and when they do it’s usually not a bat proof chimney cap. This allows bats to enter chimneys with ease and to roost as well. Severna Park bat experts (443-417-3137) often receive calls from people who have purchased new homes and begin to hear noises in the chimney, attic, or walls. In many cases the noises they are hearing are bats skirmishing around just before they exit the roost in the evening. Many new homes and communities in Severna Park are built on or near bodies of water such as Sullivan Cove, Cedar Pond, Ringgold Cove, Lake Liberty, Lake Claire, Scheides Cove, Spriggs Pond, and much more. Insects like mosquitoes have a much higher population around bodies of water, providing bats in Severna Park with an endless food source close to thousands of attics that bats can easily access. Though bats are very beneficial to humans, it’s not a good idea to have bats roosting in the attic or chimney because bat droppings called bat guano will accumulate and may present a serious health risk to you and your family. Whether you live in one of the many historical homes in Severna Park or you live in one of the many new homes built in the last 10 years, it is important to address a bat problem as soon as you know you have bats in your Severna Park home. Contact a Severna Park Bat Expert at 443-417-3137 or a Maryland Bat Expert call 202-557-1443 for information about:
- How to remove bats from an attic in Severna Park
- How to bat proof a house in Severna Park
- Bat control in Severna Park
- Bat removal in Severna Park
- How to stop bats from roosting behind a shutter
- How to stop bats from getting in the attic in Severna Park
If you would like information about bat guano removal, bat guano cleanup, bat droppings cleanup, bat droppings removal or for information about attic cleanout in Severna Park and attic insulation removal in Severna Park, contact the Severna Park bat droppings cleanup Experts at 443-417-3137.
Many homes in Annapolis Maryland have bats in the attic however most homeowners don’t even know it. The homeowners that know they have bats usually discover the bats when they hear high pitched noises coming from the attic. Some homeowners discover bats in the attic when they made their seasonal trip to the attic to retrieve items stored away. Others discover bats in the house when they are standing outside of their home at dusk and see bats flying out of the rooftop. Many people find they have a bat problem in the attic when they find bat guano in the attic (usually on the attic floor). You many also find bat guano on the ground directly under the entry point were the bats exit and re-enter because bats defecate just before flying off to make room for food. Not only is it common to find bats in the attic it’s also common to find bats behind shutters, bats in chimneys, and bats in the walls. Many Anne Arundel County residents don’t have bats roosting in the attic but often encounter bats flying around inside a bedroom or bats flying around in the kitchen because they left a window or door open. Anne Arundel County residents that have bats flying around inside the house often do so because they have a bat colony roosting in the attic. Occasionally a single bat (especially young ones) will venture away from the colony of bats and crawl through ventilation ductwork or the bat will crawl through the gaps around an attic access panel. Often Anne Arundel County Bat experts report finding bats in the walls of homes around Annapolis. Historical homes around Annapolis are prone to have a bat problem do to the abundance of entry points around the homes exterior. Bats don’t chew or dig to get into a home, however bats enter homes through pre-existing holes or gaps that are a 1/4” or larger and most of the historical homes in Annapolis have a great many 1/4” holes or gaps around the roofline. If you wake up and find a bat flying around in the room where you were sleeping it is very important that the bat be contained and tested for rabies. Bats have very small teeth and if a person is in a deep sleep they may not know that they have been bitten by a bat. An inmate in a Virginia prison system died from rabies because he was bitten by a rabid bat while sleeping and didn’t even know it. To learn more about the man bitten by a rabid bat visit http://www.nytimes.com/1999/03/16/health/cases-a-bat-s-swift-bite-unfelt-that-could-bring-rabies.html . If you suspect you may have been bitten by a bat contact the Anne Arundel County Department of Health at 410-222-7095. The Anne Arundel County Department of Health is located at 3 Truman Pkwy, Annapolis, MD 21401or you can visit their web site at www.aahealth.org. If you suspect that you have bats roosting in your home or if you have a single bat flying around inside your home or if you have any questions about bats roosting in homes contact an Anne Arundel County Bat Expert at 443-417-3137.