We are sealing a home for bats in Trent Lakes and noticed one of our competitors made an unsuccessful attempt to exclude bats from the area.
They improperly closed off the ends of a one-way door that should remain open to allow bats to exit freely.
The properly installed door opens and closes smoothly, allowing bats to exit without any difficulties.
Additionally, they are unable to grip onto the plastic surface as it is too slippery.
What is Bat Exclusion?
Bat exclusion is a process used to remove bats from a specific area, usually a building or structure, without harming them.
It involves identifying and sealing all potential entry points that bats use to access the location, such as gaps, holes, or vents.
After sealing these openings, a one-way door or device is installed to allow bats to exit the area but prevents them from re-entering.
This process ensures that bats leave the premises safely and find alternative roosting sites while preventing them from returning to the excluded location. Bat exclusion is an environmentally friendly and humane method of managing bat infestations and is often used to address conflicts between bats and humans.
Bat Exclusion in Kawartha Lakes, Peterborough, or Northumberland County
We offer professional bat exclusion services across Lindsay, Port Perry, Peterborough, Port Hope, Cobourg and surrounding area.
Safely and humanely remove bats from your property without causing harm to these vital creatures.
Our experienced team will identify entry points, seal them off, and implement effective one-way doors for a seamless exit.
Protect your home and ensure the well-being of bats with our reliable and eco-friendly solutions.
Reach out today for a consultation and take the first step towards a bat-friendly environment for all.