Fort Worth Animal Attic

Attic Animal Pest Fort Worth

We are Fort Worth Animal Attic, a full service wildlife removal company servicing Fort Worth, TX. We have been in business for over a decade now then pride ourselves on providing services that separate us from all the other competition. Not only are we experts at wildlife removal, but also know how to repair many of the damage these animals leave behind. These animals leave urine and feces, chew on wiring, and cause damage to siding and other parts of your home. Not only is our staff able to capture and remove these animals, but we also provide professional grade building repair. We offer this for both commercial and residential homes, letting you know that if you have a problem, we provide full-service. Our building repair services also ensure that these animals don’t get back into your property. We are available 24 hours a day, ensuring that if you have an emergency critter removal problem, we are ready to get to your property and remove this animal. We do so quickly and with great efficiency. There is a reason why we have been rated as the #1 wildlife removal service in the area in each of the last three years. We know how to treat our customers with great respect, do the job, and stand behind our work. There is really no better option. Call today and you will see why we are the ideal service for you Call us now at 817-576-1416 for a solution to your wild animal problem.

About Pest Animal Fort Worth and Our Services:

Property inspections and in-attic inspections.

Nuisance wildlife trapping and removal.

Critter damage repair to your home.

Attic restoration and decontamination.

Specializing in wildlife only - no poisons.

Fully Texas licensed and insured.

Poison-free Fort Worth rodent control - rats and mice.

Experts in Texas bat removal from buildings.

Our Service Range

Our Service Range

Arlington, Keller, Euless, Hurst, North Richland Hills, Colleyville, Bedford, Haltom City, Saginaw, Benbrook, Lake Worth, White Settlement, Watauga, Crowley, Richland Hills, Kennedale, Forest Hill, River Oaks, Everman, Pantego, Blue Mound, Dalworthington Gardens, Westworth Village, Sansom Park, Pelican Bay, Edgecliff Village, Westover Hills, Eagle Mountain, Rendon, Lakeside,

Fort Worth Wildlife Removal Tip of the Month: How to keep bats out of a barn

Bats are odd animals. They are the only mammals that can fly and they tend to sleep upside down. They can adapt to many environments. They can live inside caves, on trees, in people’s attics, and in barns. They are always looking for locations where they can attach their feet to the walls.

Because of this, you might find bats living inside your barn. Barns usually have high ceilings. This can be perfect for bats that do not want to be disturbed when they are roosting. A barn has a lot of food source available as well. You can find rodents, insects, and moths inside it. This is why barns are ideal places for bats that are looking for shelter.

The Downside of Having Bats in the Barn
Many people consider bats as pests. They can live their droppings anywhere and they can bring diseases. Bats droppings’ are called guano. Guano is generally made up of carbon dioxide and ammonia which smells bad. Having bats in the barn is not something many people find ideal.

How to Keep Bats from your Barn
If you want to keep the bats out of your barn, here are some steps that you can follow.

1. Seal Entry Points on your Barn
Some people believe that simply closing their barn door will keep the bats out. Keep in mind that bats are flying mammals. They can easily gain access to small openings that can lead inside the barn. Bats can also fly inside the barn when the door is left open for a long time.

2. Special Devices for Bats
Many people buy special devices to prevent bats from roosting inside their barns. You can buy spikes strips from your local hardware. Nail these spikes on your ceilings. The spikes can prevent the bats from getting a grip on the roof or ceilings of the barn. This can be a very effective solution. The problem is, if you have a large barn, you might find this option expensive. You have to do a lot of work and buy a lot of spikes in order to cover your entire barn’s ceiling.

3. Set up a Roosting Place for Bats
Many people will not find this a great idea. However, if you don’t want the bats inside your barn, you can help them find a better roosting place. Set a warm and comfortable place for the bats. Some bats are endangered and it is against the law to kill them. You can buy devices and boxes for the bats. Make sure that the area where they are going to roost is far away from your barn.

4. Hire a Pest Removal Expert
Another great way to save time and money is to hire a professional pest control expert. They know how to remove bats and they will clean the barn for you. They will also set measures that can prevent bats from coming back. If you want more information, you can call your local pest control expert today.