To the poster who said the safest place for baby is in the mother's bed...no it isn't truly. People roll over and smother babies. Let's not be ridiculous here-keep your baby safe in an approved crib and design the room with safety as paramount, not what your friends will say about your design prowess.
Mini Nursery Tour: Charley Mae's Modern Eclectic
|1/28/11 4:58 PM|
Sounds like we have people sounding alarm bells when they really don't know much about the subject. I just had bats in the house as well. We shooed them out with a towel and then called in a professional with decades of experience. One way vents are placed at the site of the droppings which indicate the entry point or points. Those vents are left for about a month to allow the colony to leave, but not return. The house was inspected for other possible entry points and a mesh was inserted between the brick and the siding that is impermeable to the bats, they don't gnaw like rats, and then those areas are also caulked. At no point did the professional wildlife control person say we needed rabies shots.
What to Do When Bats Break In
|9/8/10 5:21 PM|