The little brown bat is the most common bat in and around central Iowa. Contrary to popular opinion, majority of bats do not carry rabies.
Droppings below entry points is proof of a bat problem. Bat Droppings resemble tiny tootsie rolls. When squished they fall apart to insect pieces.
We install screens over entry points and a one-way bat device (this allows bats out but not back in).
Bats find many openings. They only need a gap an inch wide and 1/2" thick to gain entry into a structure. The Bat Professionals at Midwest Bird Control are experts at identifying these areas and sealing them appropriately.
We're often asked: "How much does bat removal cost?" It depends on many factors such as house size, gaps, etc.
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Bat homes are often out of reach of 28 to 32 foot ladders. Aerial lifts are commonly required to reach places inhabited by bats. The Midwest Bird Control Team are trained and certified in lift use.
Mid May to mid August is bat breeding season. Bats usually make their excursions after August 15 to make sure babies can exit the structure.
At Midwest Bird Control we often get asked how much bat removal costs. This will depend on many factors such as the size of the structure, the number of gaps, and other variables.
Your best solution is to contact Midwest Bird Control to assess your property. Stop asking "How do I get rid of bats in my attic?" and call Midwest Bird Control today! We'll eliminate your bat problem.
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