Welcome to Pest Animal Removal Grand Prairie! We are a wildlife removal company servicing Grand Prairie, TX. Waking up in the middle of the night to hear rodents running around the walls of your home or inside your attic can be a very disturbing problem. These animals not only destroy your peace of mind, but they can be a danger to your home. They can chew on electrical wiring, which can lead to shorts, maybe even a fire. You need these animals remove right away, and this is why we are here to help you. We are experts in rodent removal. For over 10 years we have been servicing this community with the best service in town. Our team of professionals are not only able to remove your critters, no matter how big or small or how many, but we also provide professional grade repairs. If you have damage to your wiring, boards, or insulation because of these rodents, we have the professionals who can do the repairs for you and do them right. Besides rodents, we are experts at virtually any kind of critter problem you can have. It doesn't matter whether you have snakes in your basement, birds in your attic, or gophers in your yard, we have the team of professionals who can root out these animals at the source, restoring your peace of mind. Our staff is available 24 hours a day to assist you. If you are having problems with one of these animals, call us today. We are here to serve you. Call us now at 469-907-2217 for your Grand Prairie wildlife control needs.
About Pest Animal Removal Grand Prairie and Our Services:
It is quite uncommon to find a bat in your Grand Prairie house. Most of the time, they prefer to live in large colony away from the human activities. However, once their natural habitat has been destroyed, they will look for an alternative place to live and that would probably be the obscure areas of our house such as our attic, barns, and chimneys. A few bats in your house are rarely source of concern, but if you are facing a full-blown infestation, then you may find this experience a bit complex.
List of Materials Needed for Bat Exclusion
Bats are protected under the Texas law; you are not allowed to disturb their roosting ground especially during the breeding season. Furthermore, you are not allowed in any way to cause them unnecessary suffering when getting rid of them. Perhaps the best method would be excluding them. You need to prepare the necessary materials in order to use this method without any hitch.
This equipment is specifically designed to exclude Grand Prairie bats. This is created from smooth material that will allow the bats to flap its wings without causing it harm. Just like the other exclusion device, this won't allow the creature to return inside. The idea behind using smooth material in creating a bat excluder is due to the fact that the bats can roost on rough materials.
Bats have a tendency to return to their Texas roost. In order for the excluder to work effectively, you will need to prepare sealing materials. Bats can enter any hole that is about 8mm in diameter. You will need to prepare suitable materials to seal the hole. Just like the bat excluder, you need to use soft materials. Avoid using hardware cloth and wire mesh where they can roost.
Caulking or boards are ideal sealing material to use. Silicone material is also excellent in sealing holes. However, you should make sure that it stays clean since any dirt will make the silicone ineffective. Polymastic can also be used in covering the holes. Furthermore, you may also use it as a material to fix the exclusion device on your walls. We do not recommend you to use expanding foams since it will contract when directly exposed to sunlight. This will create gaps that the bats can use as entry points.
Adhesives will be used to fix the bat excluder in your Texas walls. Electrical tapes and duct tapes will usually be sufficient. Since the exclusion device will just be installed temporarily, you don't want your wood materials to be damaged. If you are affixing the exclusion device on a brick or stone building, a nail gun would be appropriate. Some people use polymastic but this is a semi-permanent option. The better alternative would be staple gun. This will keep the exclusion device secured while preventing severe damage to the woods.
To ensure that your removal method will proceed without any hitch, be sure to prepare all the necessary Grand Prairie materials and equipments first. Read the instruction carefully from the manufacturer when installing the device.