Our company excels at solving the problem of your bat infestation. The Greater Lansing area trusts the MoleMen to take care of their bat problem!
Bats have found it desirable to roost in the attics, soffits, and in the wall voids of our homes and other buildings. Bats are not aggressive creatures, but they are the number one carriers of rabies in Michigan. Their feces carry multiple diseases harmful to humans. Their feces, also called guano, can develop a fungus which left alone can release spores causing histoplasmosis. This left untreated can cause severe respiratory problems. Bats can carry a mite called the Bat Bug which is similar to a biting Bed Bug. These mites are normally found with large colonies of bats.

Bat facts in mid-Michigan area:
Bats are mammals, they have their young live and nurse them with milk. Bats are carnivores and have sharp teeth like a cat for catching and eating insects.
Their wings are not made of feathers like a bird, but rather made of skin. Some types of bats fly south for the winter, but many types stick around and hibernate in tree hollows, caves, and in your attic!


Bats
FAQs:
"I had bats in my house, so I sealed up the entire exterior of my house. Now there are more bats in my house, why?"

Well, sealing up a house is only half of the solution in dealing with bats. You must get the bats out first. More than likely you sealed the bats inside the house, or missed a tiny hole which the bat can enter. A complete bat exclusion solution involves sealing up all non-active points of entrys and installing some type of one-way door system over active entry points to allow bats to escape.

Bat damage to your home or building can be dangerous and expensive if not properly expelled. Our wildlife techinicians use proper and humane measures when removing bats from your residence.

How to safely remove bats from your Michigan home?
Call Molemen Inc.!