We are Green Bay Animal Attic, a full service wildlife removal company servicing Green Bay, WI.
Whatever the time of year, pest animals can prove to be an issue for
homeowners, and as your premier local animal removal company, we work all
year round to help deal with your pest animal problems. Whether you are
starting to hear the sounds such as scratching or movement in the walls or
attic, or you discover a wild animal inside your home, we are here to help.
Our friendly team of advisers are on hand to offer advice and to discuss
your situation, and can give you an idea of what you can do, or if you need
emergency animal removal, they can arrange for a technician to visit your
Treating you and your family with respect and compassion is important to us as a company, which we believe is an important factor in the many positive reviews we have received on Yelp and Google reviews. Our technicians are trained to the latest standards, and we take pride in giving them the latest equipment to deal with your problem promptly. Whether those sounds in the attic are raccoons, squirrels or rats, our experienced team will know exactly what to do and can help to resolve your wild animal problem.
Call us now at 920-395-1572 for a solution to your wild animal problem.
About Pest Animal Green Bay and Our Services:
If you live in an area that is home to several kinds of rodents and mammals, unexpected visitors may happen to drop by your place quite often. Crawling animals are easier to ward off from your home. The ones with wings cause more trouble. Winged animals can fly swiftly within your space, such as bats. People are often terrified at the sight of bats roaming from room to room. Many times these rodents make hiding places in your residence that you may somehow come across later incidentally.
Do not use animal-repellants such as moth balls, ammonia and high-pitched machines, for killing makes no solution. The only way to deal with such situations is to keep yourself handy with the necessary equipments. There are several friendly ways you can resort to for a bat-free home.
You need to spare a few hours from your routine to carry out a detailed observation. Look carefully for the ports in your home that the bats use. This may require more than one person who can inspect different areas. The best time to observe is during the sunset or just before the sun rises.
The task may need several nights to be completed, to make sure that all the access points are traced. Structural defects in the building also make the bats favorable routes to enter. Hence, look out for the corners, window sills, air conditioner windows, and eaves.
One-way exclusion funnel:
Now, this trick shall only work if you have a space with a single outlet. This shall hamper the bats from leaving the trap, causing them to confine within. After having observed the entry points, you shall be required to seal them off, leaving open one of them. This is where the funnel can be installed that will lead the bats from your home to the outside, hindering them from re-entering.
What is the best time to exclude bats?
During the summer season, young bat colonies which are unable to fly are present in greater quantities. Carrying out exclusion strategies during this period can result in separation of baby bats from their mothers, as a result of which they can die out of starvation. Hysteric mother bats can enter your house in search for their babies, making the exclusion even harder for you. Hence, it is better to carry out your plan apart from these months.
Some people prefer having bats near their place as they offer protection from other insects. For instance, one bat can eat around 1000 insects of the size of a mosquito within an hour. Hence, people construct similar 'one-way exit' houses for the excluded bats to reside within. These inns must be present before the exclusion process is carried out, that is, before the summers. Bats can become familiar with the provided structure as they come and go frequently. This provides even better chances of keeping them away from your home, since they would have then inhabited the structure.