I Watched a YouTube Video About Bat Removal
The internet is great because it can provide detailed instructions for solving many daily issues. While you can certainly remove bats from your home on your own, there are a number of reasons why you should leave it to the professionals. First, when you deal with bats, you deal with guano. Guano is so toxic that it has been known to rot through roofs. When it crystallizes, it gives off airborne spores that, when ingested, can lead to lung scarring. Second, bats are protected animals because of their contribution to our ecosystem. Bats cannot be removed from your home from mid-April to mid-August.
The A-Team Trappers Process for Bat Removal in Ft. Lauderdale, FL
At A-Team Trappers, we are dedicated to providing you with the best bat removal service using expert knowledge and innovative tools. Each of our technicians are Florida Department of Agriculture-certified and adept at the nuances of bat removal. We perform a free inspection to verify the presence of bats in your house. We then perform a process called exclusion, in which we create a tube that allows bats to safely leave your home. The exclusion process also closes all entry points, preventing bats from returning to your attic. We remove the guano as well. Your house will be safe and clean in no time.