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How To Get Bats Out Of Your Attic

How To Get Bats Out Of Your Attic

Is your attic full of different kind of bats and it's not letting you sleep in the nights? There are several ways to get rid of the bats from your attic without killing them. These winged Tulsa mammals are having several species and all of them consume various insects at the night. I will not suggest you to poisoning or trapping this animal as killing them is really illegal while it will be bad for the eco system as well. Here are some useful steps following which you can easily get them out of your attic.

Step 1:
First inspect the full building in order to know their entry point. This is the most important part as once you will get to know the entry point, the job of removing the Tulsa bats from house will be much more easier.

Step 2:
Once you are quite sure about their entry point the next job is to examine the species of the Tulsa bats. This point is important as different species have hibernating and birthing season.

Step 3:
Next comes the bat removal process but try avoiding the usage of any kind of repellents, poison or any other harmful products to kill the bats rather go for Tulsa bat exclusion as this is the safest option. What you are required to do is seal the entry point of bats and then turn off all the light and fan. It is better if all the bats can be directed toward one room so that it becomes easy to get them out through one exit point. But one dim light should be on for helping the bats go out of the house. Also the exit point should be wide such as window or door to make the bat removal process faster.

Step 4:
Once all the Tulsa bats are out of the house, the remaining exit point should be closed. Sealing all the holes and openings using netting, screening or any other device should be done before starting the exclusion process.

Step 5:
The last step involves cleaning the attic of your house, walls or any other place where the Oklahoma bats used to live. Their drooping is harmful so it is suggested to take precautions such as wearing protective gear and respirator while cleaning up the guano. There might be an irritating stink even after cleaning the attic, in that case make use of enzyme cleaner.

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