How to Tell If You Have Bats in Your Attic

Bats are an unwelcome invasion in any home. If you think there are bats in your attic, you'll want to act right away. Bats can carry diseases harmful to both humans and pets. They can also reproduce in your home, leading to an even bigger problem later. Here are a few signs to look out for and steps to take if you have a bat infestation. Why and How Bats Get Into the Attic It's well known that bats like caves — they're dark, secret and quiet. The only issue is that caves tend to be cold. Attics are warm, especially in the south. Drawn to the high temperature and darkness, bats feel right at home in a rarely used attic with no windows.  They get into the attic through small holes and gaps in the roof. Once they are in, they begin making a home for themselves. When Are Bats Most Active? Bats are nocturnal animals. They sleep in the day and fly out at night. Typically...
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