Wildlife Control: How Does Property Sealing for Bats Work?

Wildlife control services needed for bat hanging off of a wood wall

Keeping bats out of your home for good can be a challenge, especially after they’ve discovered a way inside. Bats can fit through some of the smallest holes – some you may not even realize are there! In addition to this, bats will always return to raise another litter of pups once it is successfully accomplished in a particular place. If that place is your attic, it only means one thing for you: expensive property damage.

Effective property sealing for bats is one of the most important components to protecting your home from bats. At Animal Remover, our professional wildlife control specialists are prepared to both rid your home of all bats and also properly seal it to prevent more bats from gaining entry in the future.

Property Sealing for Bats

When it comes to bats, sealing your property is an extremely thorough process that should only be done by a wildlife control specialist. Once the bats have been fully removed from your home and the area has been cleaned, disinfected and deodorized, the property sealing process can begin.

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First, we will locate all the possible entry points in your home. In most cases this includes (but is not limited to):

  • Holes in siding (wood, metal, aluminum, vinyl or plastic)
  • Gaps in fascia boards
  • Cracks and gaps around the foundation
  • Gaps above the gutter line
  • Gaps around chimney flashing
  • Holes between soffit and roofing

Then our wildlife control team will use a flexible property sealing compound that is designed to move and flex with the settling of your home for up to 50 years. This means that regardless of how your home ages, the sealing compound will hold up, keeping bats and a number of other nuisance animals such as squirrels, rodents, and birds out of your home for good.

If under any circumstances a nuisance animal damages our professional wildlife control sealing compound within the warranty period, we will come back out to your property and fix it at no charge to you.

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Schedule You Appointment With Our Wildlife Control Team Today

If you’ve had a bat problem in the past and are struggling with bats in your attic once more, we highly recommend you consider using our professional bat removal and property sealing services to keep them out for good. Call the Animal Remover office at 513-324-9453 to speak to a wildlife control specialist today. We are happy to provide more information.