What to Know About Bat Infestations

Bats are not as dangerous to humans as their reputation makes people believe. They are incredibly beneficial to the environment because they help control insect populations and other species are great polinators. However, despite their benefits, bats can be a nuisance if they roost in your home or business. Bats can cause structural damage to your house and pose health hazards. Bats are federally protected, so both the federal government states have laws to protect them and ensure they are removed from homes and businesses safely. It is illegal to kill or harass bats, and it's important to contact wildlife removal professionals to evacuate bats if they inhabit your home. Removing bats on your own can be dangerous and pose health risks, but a professional can remove bats safely and legally. We created this guide with common bat FAQs to help you understand more about bat infestations. When Do Bats Migrate Through the Area? Bat migration varies between species, so different types of bats...
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Wildlife and Animals Damaging Insulation

  Scratching, scurrying, thudding, and walking sounds are telltale signs of a rodent or other animal in your home. If you've heard these noises coming from your attic and gone to take a look, you've probably found several pieces of evidence. From animal feces and nests to gnawed wires and support beams, these creatures can cause a significant amount of destruction. When you find damaged and contaminated insulation in your attic, you need a professional team to perform repairs and prevent more animals from entering. Fortunately, Urban Jungle Wildlife Removal LLC's team is ready to help with thorough and dependable solutions. Why Do Rodents and Wildlife Like Insulation? Even if you rarely use it, your attic is likely a sheltered place that offers more warmth than the winter temperatures outside. Often, your attic goes undisturbed for months before you need it, making it an attractive place for rodents and other animals to nest, live and eat. In addition, your attic is dry and filled...
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