We were called to a home in Fenton, MI on silver lake to get rid of some bats from the attic. Bats were getting into the attic through construction along the roof line. The main point of entry was in the valleys of the roof. We were able to install some one way exclusion tubes… Read More
So you have bats in the attic and not quite sure where to start. There are several things to consider when getting rid of bats from the attic. There are several methods many people have tried or have heard of. Poison the bats, trap the bats, fumigate the bats, kill the bats, exterminate the bats,… Read More
This morning we looked at this home in Clarkston, MI. The bat droppings around the base of the chimney tells the story. This is only one area we found bats roosting. There is a large maternal colony which will be excluded and the attic fully cleaned. Our goal is to exclude the bats from the… Read More
Removed this bat from a home in White Lake, MI.
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We recently got rid of a large colony bats from a large church in Bloomfield Hills, MI. This took two technicians and a 46 foot aerial boom lift to get to the highest openings. We installed one way bat doors and sealed around the entire perimeter of the building and all of the roof lines.… Read More
We completed a large bat exclusion in Plymouth, MI. This home was filled with bats in areas hard to get to. We had to use several different ways to get rid of the bats from the attic. We installed roof jacks, ladder hooks, and angled ladders to reach all potential entry points. This was a… Read More
A homeowner reported scratching in the attic and a bat in the basement. During a bat Inspection in Troy, MI we located these droppings on the window seal. Upon further inspection we located an entry point above the droppings as you will see in the photo. Turns out this opening was allowing bats and mice… Read More
A management company contacted us about one of their homes in Ann Arbor, MI. Tenants reported hearing scratching in the attic and bats in the house. We were called out for an inspection of the home and we found several bat droppings in the attic. This indicated a large colony of bats roosting in the… Read More
A homeowner from Waterford, MI called with bats in the attic. He reported seeing them this past summer but thought they would go away once winter hit. Some bats do migrate, but many hibernate right in your attic. Bats rely on temperatures above 45 degrees in order to survive this harsh winter. A bat will… Read More