Choosing Green Pest Control Products

After my niece had a serious reaction to pest control, I realized that we were up against a few big problems. For starters, I knew that we needed to identify the types of pests that we were struggling with, and then we needed to find green products that would be safe for her to be around. It was a little bit of a challenge at first, but within a few weeks we found a company that offered the perfect line of products. I wanted to start a blog completely committed to pest control, so I started this site. Read more about keeping your family safe here.

What To Do If You Are Having A Problem With Bats


Bats are an important part of the ecosystem, in that they will eat thousands of mosquitoes and can help keep the population of those pests down. Bats can also carry disease and can harm you if you attempt to handle one yourself. If you have bats in your yard or one that has found your home as a nice place to nest, you may have issues with feces and may not want to go outside at dusk when these pests are beginning to fly about. Bats are a nuisance even though they are important to the ecosystem. If they are invading your space, there are things you can do to help keep them at bay to help make you feel more comfortable in your own home or yard. Read on for some tips.

Invest In A Bat House

Bat houses will help house the bats so you can still reap the benefits of these animals being in your yard, but you can also move them to somewhere in your yard where they are further away from your home or where you like to relax in your yard. Bat houses are narrow boxes that have a small space where these pests like to nest inside and rest throughout the day. They can be found online, or you may be able to build one yourself. Hang the bat house high enough for the bats to find it, and then allow them to nest inside without being bothered.

Repair Holes In Your Home

Repair holes in your home where these bats have been nesting. If they are going into your chimney, for instance, you should replace the wire around the chimney to prevent them from getting back inside. If they are nesting in your siding where you have an opening, you should block off the opening to prevent them from getting back inside. You have to wait until the bats leave at dusk to make necessary repairs to ensure they do not get trapped inside your home. 

If you have a problem with bats in your home, or they are a nuisance pest in your yard, you should hire a professional pest control company to help you get rid of these pests and to relocate them elsewhere away from your home. Don't attempt to handle these pests on your own, even with gloves. They may bite you or scratch you and you could end up injured or in need of medical care. Call a professional wildlife control company today for more assistance.


27 July 2022