Bats in My AtticNo one wants unwanted pests residing in your home. Rodents, snakes, and insects are bad enough, but if you think that you might have bats in your attic, there is no time to waste. Bats can carry many diseases, including rabies, and can be very difficult to remove from your home if they decide to take up residence there. Minnesota Wild Animal Management Inc. specializes in bat removal for residents of the Minneapolis, MN area. Our team will remove all bats from your home in a safe and humane way and complete all necessary repairs so that you will never have a bat problem again.

There are several tell-tale signs that you have bats in your attic:

1. You see them entering and exiting dark areas around your home. You may see them flying into and out of your attic, hiding in door frames, or under entry posts.

2. If you notice bat droppings on your windows, siding, or on the ground underneath where the bats are hanging. These droppings are called bat guano and you will notice that they are larger and more firm than mouse droppings.

3. If you hear a soft, gentle scratching noise in your ceiling or in your walls, you may have a bat problem.

Bat Removal Experts Minneapolis, MN

Bats can enter (and exit) your home from any of a number of areas, while generally looking for a place to nest or sleep. Bats can invade your home through very small, open areas in siding, roofline soffit and fascia, roof overlaps, your chimney and even vents. Our team can thoroughly inspect all areas of your home, identify the points of entry and eliminate all traces of bats and their droppings from your home. It is critical that you work with a trained professional for bat removal – to ensure that you get all bats out of your home once and for all.

Minnesota Wild Animal Management Inc. is experienced in bat removal services. We do this safely, so that you can be sure that your family is not at risk of contracting the diseases that they carry. Our team will remove each and every bat present, so that no bats will be left behind, trapped in your home, which can cause a sanitation issue. If you think that you might have bats in your attic, call our team at 612-386-1289 anytime, 24/7 or to schedule an appointment.

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To Our Valued Clients,

Our employees and our customers are our top priority, and we are doing everything we can to ensure the health and safety of each.

As deemed by the Minnesota State Government and the MN Dept of Health, we are a essential business, and will remain open and in full operation.

In addition to our standard levels of sterilization and disinfection between each customer visit, our technicians are disinfecting themselves and equipment throughout the day.

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The MN Wild Animal Mgmt Team

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