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Hi Trudy Assuming the problem is squirrels: If you still have the problem then there is still an opening somewhere in the roof/roofline/gutters. The opening needs to be found and dealt with accordingly
Hi Carey The only way to permanently solve a bat infestation at any structure is to eliminate all entry-points or potential entry-points that are available to the bats. So the fact that the garage is
Hi Dee If I'm picturing your situation correctly I think you have mis-identified the droppings. Look directly above the area where the droppings are showing up. Is there a gable or a section of rake-board
Everything you've described sounds like chimney swifts. Swifts are much louder than bats in a chimney and also roost much lower in chimneys while bats roost at the top and cannot come and go from modern
Dan Trying to block their access point is NOT a good idea. It is a female raccoons with pups under there. When you block the access point you either trap them all under the deck (if done during the
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