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Male bats are more common to infest the chimney because they generally will travel alone. Male bats are usually hanging around feca boards, window sills, and around soffits as well. Only female bats are colonizing and form maternity colonies. Maternity colonies can infest chimneys sometimes, but there has to be enough room for them all. Bats will infest chimneys in Maine by slipping around metal flashing around the chimney. Many times the metal flashing can be loose and have exposed gaps around it on a chimney area. Bat removal from the chimney is a common service request we get from customers in the state of Maine. Performing bat removal from the chimney is done by installing a one-way bat exclusion device over the main entry gap and then sealing up the rest of the chimney. Many times the actual home will also have gaps, and the bats can go from the chimney and into the home. This can be avoided by sealing up the obvious open gaps on the home. Bat removal from the home is much different from bat removal from the chimney. Mid-Coast Wildlife Specialists makes sure to use fireproof sealant around the chimney to make sure the material does not catch on fire or get too warm and melt away. Bat removal from the chimney in Maine will generally come with a 1-2 year warranty. Call Mid-Coast Wildlife Specialists for bat removal from the chimney. Read more on bats in the chimney below.
With a bat infestation in the chimney, there can be amounts of bat guano that accumulates over time. It is not good to have this guano around the chimney because it is sticky, and try material such as leaves can stick to it and potentially cause a fire hazard. Bat guano removal from the chimney will be a separate price from bat exclusion from the chimney. During bat guano clean up, we will remove the waste and then sanitize the area to make sure it is sterile, and no bacteria is left behind. Bats removal from the chimney is not an easy task, and should only be attempted by a wildlife removal professional in Maine. Amateurs attempting bat removal from the chimney will often seal the bats inside the chimney on accident, and then the bats will crawl down the chimney flu and make their way into the kitchen, living rooms, bathrooms, and other parts of the home. You can tell you have bats in your chimney by hearing them at night, seeing the bats fly out of the chimney, and also noticing bat droppings in your fireplace. Thank you for reading our bats in the chimney page, we hope to hear from you at Midcoast Wildlife Specialists!