Have you ever found a bat in your toilet?
Find A Bat ?
Need help because someone in your home said their is a bat in the toilet. Recently we did a survey of bat removal professionals and wildlife control operators and wanted to know how common it was to find in a bat in the toilet during the course of their business removing bats in attics, bats in homes and it turns out a bat in the toilet is a very common thing.
Bats get into your home because you end up letting them into homes attics through neglect and poor maintenance.
Found A Bat In Your Toilet?
Sometimes bats get into homes because doors are left open on door entry ways with no screen door or a door with a poorly maintained screen with a hole larger then 3/8ths of an inch. Same thing goes for windows and windows screens.
Bats often get into homes because they were already residing in your attic. Bats can enter any small crack or crevice larger then 3/8ths of an inch. They can enter through any vent gable vent, ridge vent, even a poor installed window unit Air Conditioner. All it takes is a small hole anywhere 3/8ths of an inch or larger. By now you should have the idea.
It turns out bats are not coming up through the plumbing so calling a Bat Control Company
and not the Plumber is your best bet to solve a bat in toilet mystery!
Why Bats In Toilet?
Chances are they were thirsty and got stuck trying to figure out how to get out of a toilet wet. The bathroom offers a quiet , dark room away from the activity of a busy home compared to the rest of most living quarters.
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