Our Attic Restoration Service

Have you been hearing unusual noises late at night in your attic? Do you suspect that something is residing in your attic? For homeowners, this can be a frightening and worrying experience, especially if they don’t know what the noise is or where it’s coming from. Strange noises in your attic or walls, especially late at night, are indications of wildlife or rodent infestation.

Squirrels, raccoons, possums, rats, and even bats can make their way into your attic or crawl space. These animals are having a party in your attic while you are afraid in your bed, trying to get some sleep! They immediately make themselves in your home, nesting, mating, having kids, pooping, peeing, eating, and sleeping happily. All the while, you’re tearing your hair out, unsure of what to do.

You may hear a variety of noises, including biting vibrations, harsh banging, scratching, or even worse, groans, cries, and growling. Bats don’t make as much noise as humans, although you could hear very faint, high-pitched noises. If you’re hearing these kinds of noises and think you could have a wildlife infestation, here are some pointers to assist you to figure out what you should do next.

Our Process

At Bat Removal Fort Wayne, we have more than a decade of experience helping families get back their attic — and their peace of mind. Our attic restoration service is built on a proven process.

First and foremost, you must thoroughly evaluate the entire property for any potential entrance points. This includes the top of the home, soffit breaks, attic vents, and even the foundation. If you have animals nesting in your attic, they must have gotten in there somehow. These locations will be simple to see with larger animals, and you’ll be able to see the damage where they were entering and departing. Smaller animals like rats and bats, on the other hand, may find it more difficult to identify these entry holes. You’ll need to search for any holes that are bigger than a quarter. Black marks will also be visible around any entry places with rats and bats. You’ll need to make the necessary repairs once you’ve found the access spots. Every home’s situation is unique; repairs might range from just repairing a hole to completely replacing a roof!

After you’ve repaired any damage or access points, it’s time to trap and remove the animals. For larger animals, you can buy live traps, and for rats, you can buy rat traps. When it comes to bats, however, it is strongly recommended that you hire a registered professional wildlife trapper to remove the bats because there are rigorous laws and regulations in place to safeguard this critically endangered species. You could face steep fines if you remove the bats incorrectly or at the wrong time of year. So, if you have bats, make sure to hire a professional animal removal service.

Exclusion services are provided by wildlife trapping businesses and most attic restoration companies, who will seal off all of the holes and fix the damage that is enabling wild animals access to your home. You can do all of these things yourself if you’re handy, but when it comes to the final and most critical, yet frequently forgotten stage of decontaminating the attic and home, you might want to leave it to the professionals.

What To Do If You Have Bats In The Attic?

You’re convinced to hear something alive inside your attic, whether it’s a small scuffle, a constant chirp, or a mystery fluttering. Squirrels, chipmunks, and birds, for example, are frequently found nesting on your property. Bats are one of the most common pest species discovered inside buildings. Continue reading to find out what you should do if you believe you have bats in your home or commercial property’s walls.

If you believe you have a bat or other wild animal on your wall, you must act quickly. If you have a bat in your home, the first thing you should do is contact a professional wildlife management firm for safe and compassionate bat removal. They have the necessary licensing, training, and experience to remove bats safely and execute tactics to keep them from returning. They may also offer bat damage cleanup services.