Bats have gotten a bad rap. Although they’re sometimes referred to as flying rats, they actually serve an
important purpose in the ecosystem. Bats consume about 1,200 mosquito-sized insects an hour, and
some species of bats disperse seeds, pollinate plants, and feed on beetles that destroy crops.
If a bat problem has developed in your home, it’s best to call in the professionals at Pest Authority of
Hartford. Bats like small dark places and will likely colonize in your attic if left untreated. Just turning the
lights on isn’t going to do much. Bats are so small that they can just dig deeper into your home if they
feel afraid. The experts at Pest Authority of Hartford are here to help get your home bat-free.
We can safely take care of your bat problem and make sure it doesn’t happen again. If bats somehow
find their way into your home in between treatments, our experts will perform additional interior
treatments at no additional charge.
No Contracts. No Commitments. No Bats. Guaranteed.
Bat prevention tips:
- Watch the house at dusk
- Identify all bat entry and exit points
- Make sure there are no open vents or easily accessible holes
- Seal up all secondary exit holes
- Use a natural bat repellent
- Remove food sources from your garden
- Install bright lights
Facts about bats:
- There are over 1,400 species of bats worldwide.
- Bats can live more than 30 years.
- Bats can find their food in total darkness.
- More than half of the bat species in the United States are in severe decline or listed as endangered.
- Bats have few natural predators, so disease is one of their biggest threats.