We are The Bat Specialist of Michigan.We are licensed and insured and provide services through out the state of Michigan, mainly in the Southeastern part of the state. We originated in Oakland County and still maintain an office there. We have recently expanded to the greater Lansing and Ann Arbor areas. Our comapany is expanding even more and we are moving up the state and out to the west serving, midland, bay city, and all surrounding areas. We currently service all of South East, MI for bat removal, bat control, and animal trapping. We have ben doing "Live Bat Exclusions" for over 20 years and we have successfully completed thousands of exclusions. We specialize in live bat exclusions to allow all bats to freely leave their roost with out being damaged or injured. Bats in Michigan are both federally and state protected to help control the mosquito and insect populations.
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Sound of a Brown Bat-
Chances are if you are hearing scratching in your walls late at night or early in the morning, you are probably hearing the claws of bats scratching across your drywall. Bats tend to roost in the attic underneath the insulation or even down in the wall cavities. Some people don't even realize they have a bat problem until they actually get one in their living quarters, often times in the basement. Bats can network through the electrical holes in the walls, work themselves through the wall cavities and get down into the basement. You might hear scratching and your first instinct is to suspect a mouse, but chances are it is a bat. You can tell you have a bat problem by finding their roost in the attic, which consists of the droppings on top of the insulation.
During some summer months, you may actually see the bats roosting from the rafters, but even during their most active months they tend to roost underneath the insulation. If you are not sure of the noises you are hearing, it is best to have your house inspected. Even if you are not encountering any nuisances it is still a good idea to have your house inspected to prevent a problem before it happens. Bats create a serious health hazard if the problem isn't taken care of right away.