Bats living in your house can be quite disconcerting, if not outright scary. If it’s a solitary bat that maybe strayed into your house, it can be easy to remove with the help of a trained wildlife control professional. But when there seems to be an infestation of bats living in a colony within the structures in your house such as your attic, then more steps need to be taken to control the situation.
Bats normally tend to cause a lot of fear than warranted. Around 0.05% of the bats are rabid, they are not aggressive and don’t attack pets or people. Nor do they infest houses with perilous parasites. Nonetheless, it’s understandable that people don’t like sharing their homes with them. Fortunately, getting rid of bats from your attic can be done without the assistance of a professional bat removal expert. Continue reading