How Bats Are Beneficial
Among the animals we trap, bats are often the least territorial and the most beneficial. Bats control the mosquito population by eating over 1,000 mosquitoes per day. Oftentimes, people build bat houses as a method of limiting mosquitos around their home. Their impact on the ecosystem is why bats are a protected species and cannot be trapped from mid-April to mid-August.
Why Bat Removal in Miami, FL is so Important
While bats are not likely to attack, they can present several problems when entering the home. First, bats are social creatures. If you have one bat in your home, you likely have numerous bats in your home. Secondly and most importantly, bat feces, or guano, is toxic. Guano can rot trusses and roofs. When dry, it gives off spores that, if ingested, can cause lung scarring. For this reason and the laws governing bat removal, it’s critical that you leave bat removal in Miami, FL to the experts.
The A-Team Trappers Process for Removing Bats
Having bats in your attic is a scary experience. However, the experts at A-Team Trappers are here to help. Our team of Florida Department of Agriculture-certified technicians will come in and determine how the bats entered your home. Then, through a process called exclusion, we will block off entry points and create a tube for which the bats can fly out. We then clean the attic to rid it of guano and return it to a toxin-free place.