Maine bat control is a subject that hits the headlines more often in winter than any other type of the year. This is because in Maine the common bats are the big brown bat and the little brown bat. Both of these Maine bat control species are known to hibernate in the winter and they both are known to colonize. This means when there is one bat you are going to have many. This can lead to bat colonies of several hundreds. But most often people will notice the Maine bat problem quickly and it can be taken care of before it gets to that point. Usually Maine bat control specialists see communities of around 20-80. Each winter can lead to a new Maine bat control problem for a household. So what is one to do? Well first take a look of why they enter your house. Since in the area there are not many Maine bat caves for them to hibernate in so they are looking for a place to hibernate for the winter. This is what leads to a Maine bat control problem when a bat moves to your attics and into your walls. Many times you can see them in small areas of apartments where nobody goes. Older structures are also more at risk than new construction. This is because it is easier for them to get into the building through crevices. Many do not realize how small of an area it needs to be for a bat to get into your home. Once in the home they will leave on a nightly basis to go hunt for food. The Maine bat are insect eaters so they are good for the environment. We just do not want them in our homes. When they get in the home they will drop their droppings at an alarming rate that will stink up your house. Also on the entrances to the house you will start to see brown marks on the wall from their oily skin. Do not handle bats if you get in contact with them. In rare cases they have been known to carry bat rabies. When looking to Maine bat control have a window each night when looking for them to leave. Look around your house for any hole a bat is using to get in and out. Warning: Blocking these entrances will not let them leave and you will aggravate your Maine bat problem 10 fold. Once you find all the holes make sure to place one way doors on that exit and allow the bats out but not back in. Sounds easy huh! This type of Maine bat control is not a job for most people and this is where a professional Maine bat control specialist can resolve your Maine bat problem to keep you safe.
Professional Maine Bat Control and Maine Bat Problem providers are in these counties: Androscoggin county, Aroostook, Cumberland, Franklin, Hancock, Kennebec county, Knox, Lincoln, Oxford, Penobscot county, Piscataquis, Sagadahoc, Somerset, Waldo, Washington, York county.
Select the county that most applies and call the nearest Maine bat control expert for your Maine bat problem.
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