To get rid of bats in winter, identify the exterior areas where the bats enter and leave the house and cover them with bat screening, leaving the bottoms open. Wait for the bats to evacuate their roosting place and then ... More »

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To remove bats from the attic, seal holes through which bats enter and leave the attic, and install a one-way exclusion device in their primary exit holes. This way bats will be able to fly out at night, but won't be abl... More »

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A one-way travel control device is the easiest way to remove bats from an attic, as it lets bats fly out of the attic but does not allow them in. Due to health and legal issues surrounding bats, it's important to hire a ... More »

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Removing debris from the property, installing copper tape, and applying diatomaceous earth or Epsom salts to affected areas are methods that help eliminate slugs. If slugs are entering the home, the entry points should b... More »

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Look for areas of excessive moisture in the home. Apply dust insect repellent to the affected areas, and remove moisture from the home so the springtails will not return. More »

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Some home remedies for getting rid of pigeons include the use of humane traps and relocation, obstacles such as screening and pigeon spikes, and bird repellents. Chemicals such as Ovocontrol mixed in bait also get rid of... More »

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To humanely eliminate bats in the attic, wait until fall to locate holes that are 1/2 inch and larger in size. Seal the holes after dark when the bats are outdoors, and install one-way bat check valves to allow bats to l... More »

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