We are Bellingham Animal Attic, a full service wildlife removal company servicing Bellingham, WA. For over a decade now we have assisted families and getting wild animals out of their house. This can be a real challenge, as these animals know where to hide to make it easy to conceal themselves. Plus, there are areas of your home where it is a lot more challenging to get to, like your attic. However, one of our top specialties is removal of animals from the attic. If you are hearing noises through your ceiling in the middle of the night, it may be that you have rats, squirrels, bats, or birds. These animals can cause a great deal of damage, so we are ready to serve you by using our state-of-the-art techniques to get them out of your attic area. It is likely that they have left damage behind, so we have a trained staff that knows how to clean up and repair areas they may have damaged. We want to ensure that you don’t have mold or mildew from their droppings or that parasites and diseases are not left behind. We want your family to be safe, so we provide a full service. We are a family run business, so we understand how important family is. We don’t want any animal endangering your home and your family, so we rode out these animals from the attic, walls of your home, under your porch, or any other location where they may try to hide. They are no match for our staff, so give us a call and we will take care of your animal problem right away. Call us now at 360-216-0670 for a solution to your wild animal problem.
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If you see bats swarming around your property, it’s best to get rid of them as soon as possible. A large bat colony can pose threats to you and your family.
Some of them might leave bat droppings which can make your house smell unpleasant. Also, if you are planning to sell your house in the future, having a colony of bats in it might not be attractive to prospective buyers.
Calling the Local County Animal Services
County animal services might not be able to help you solve the problem. For one, they just treat the bats the same way they would treat a wildlife animal such as raccoons. What your local wildlife county does is to treat animals if they have rabies. They do not necessarily get involved in pest control especially if it concerns bats.
Some people may be surprised to learn that their local county animal services do not help with bats removal. The main reason for this is, most of the workers at the local wildlife county are just volunteers. They also keep a lot of wild animals and it can be expensive to feed and treat them with rabies. Your local county wildlife staff might not have the right tools and experience in removing the bats from your home.
What They Can Do
Your local county animal services can help you identify the bat species in your home. They can tell you what are the possible hazards and diseases these bats can bring. You might want to research more about the bat species and try to remove them yourself.
What You Can Do
There are companies that specialize in bat removal and pest control. They will even let you hire their traps and give you tips for a week or two. If you want something more effective, you have the option to hire a professional pest technician. You will save a lot of time and money. You can also be sure that the technicians will take care of the bats in a humane way.
Killing bats are illegal
Bats can help the ecosystem by feeding on insects. Most of the time, bats feed on pests that destroy agricultural crops. This is why some states prohibit killing them. They might be a nuisance and make a lot of droppings. However, some of the reasons why they dwell on urban homes are because of too much forest destruction.
How Experts Can Help
They can install nets and wires to holes and openings inside your house. They know where to look for crevices and the usual entrances of bats. This means that you can save a lot of precious time and energy. You can even do what you need to do while the experts are removing the bats out of your home. Instead of calling your local wildlife county, it is better to speak to an expert and get the job done immediately.