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Unless you have already had a bat infestation, you may find that bat prevention tips that not that important in your life. However, there are certain areas of the world where it definitely pays to be cautious, and this is very much so the case in Canada, North America, and definitely areas that you have already seen bats or somewhere near a source of water. (They like the bugs that live and eat around it)

If you already know that there are bats in your area, it makes sense to prevent a problem before it occurs, especially when you consider that once they enter your home in the spring time, it will be impossible to remove them because they have started having their babies. As with most things – prevention is better than cure.

In short, sealing your home is the only bat prevention tip that is going to work both safely and effectively. If there are no holes in your home that bats can use as an entrance and exit, there is no need for them to be around there, and you will often find that they soon move on. It makes perfect sense, so before you decide to look at things such as moth balls, high frequency noise devices, and chemicals, which prove to be a total waste of money in more cases than not, maybe you should just do the sensible thing and prevent them properly.

Clearly an expert is the best way to go in this matter – they will make sure that there are currently no bats dwelling within your home, (you must do this before you many any attempts to prevent them) and they will often block up the little holes that you might not even know about for you. This basically means a total job well done, with little or no effort from you.

More Bat Information:
Biology of Big Brown Bat
Biology of Little Brown Bat
Biology of Mexican Freetail Bat
Biology of Evening Bat
How to use one-way exclusion funnels
How to get bats out of the attic
Will a bat in the attic have a nest of babies?
Will repellents get a bat out of the attic?
What if a bat got inside my house
How to get bats out of a wall
Will a bright light work on bats?
Do mothballs or ammonia help repel bats?
Will a pest control company remove a bat
Will the city help me with a bat issue?
Should I hire a pro, or remove bats myself?
    How to keep bats out of a barn
What is a bat’s mating habits?
Is bat feces dangerous to touch / breathe?
What is a bat’s natural diet?
Do more bats live in urban areas, or wild?
What are some of the symptoms of a sick bat?
What diseases do bats carry?
Do bats make good pets?
Should I ever poison a bat?
Should I relocate a bat?
What should I do with a bat afterward?
Is it legal for me to trap a bat?
What is the best material to exclude bats?
What equipment is needed to exclude a bat?
What is histoplasmosis?

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