Michigan Bat Removal and Control
While bats don’t normally pose much of a risk to humans, that can change when they find a way into your home. These creatures, which are normally a good pest deterrent (especially mosquitos) can become a serious pest themselves, endangering the home and the family. Precision Wildlife Removal offers Michigan bat control services to anyone in the state who believes they have an infestation in their attic. Here’s what you need know about these winged pests.
The Dangers of a Bat Infestation in Your Michigan Home
Bats normally aren’t of much concern to humans, but when they’re in the home, that’s a different case. They are known carriers of diseases, including a range of viruses that can transmit to humans, and rabies that can make them more aggressive than usual. Their guano also often contains fungi with spores that can be inhaled.
Even if they don’t carry disease, bats can still make you and your home sick. They regularly damage property by making nests out of or amongst insulation material and by scratching and scoring your walls. Furthermore, bats leave guano, urine, grease, and hair in their wake. All of this can worsen the air quality in your home. All those allergens can exacerbate or even cause respiratory health problems, including asthma.