A client called about big bat problems and said he lost count of the bats coming out of the soffit area. He knew he had bats but never thought about it until he was getting ready to sell the house.
The inspectors for the potential home buyer will generally “red flag” any animal and bat problems which must be addressed before closing.
There are also many bats in the attic and bat guano in the attic that should be removed for health reasons. Very obvious by all of the brown bat guano and urine stains on the soffit that there are hundreds of bats now living in this home.
This job will require 4 check valves and additional sealing and closeup of soffit, fascia, and misc. construction openings. Check valves, or one way doors, will allow bats to go out but not re-enter the home. They will be left on the home for 2-3 weeks, then we will spread out white plastic in attic for about a week to monitor for fresh droppings and bat activity.
Once all is clear and no bat activity can be spotted, the one way doors will be removed and soffits will be finished with a final seal.
Once the bats are removed from the attic and can’t get back in, the guano will be removed. This is an ongoing job and we will be sure to keep you up-to-date on how the process is going.
Don’t wait for large piles of guano and hundreds of bats! Call American Animal Control, LLC at the first sign of bats in your attic. 877.264.3638