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  1. Ruby
    April 8, 2012 @ 9:59 am

    Talk about bat poop … wow!


  2. Bev
    April 7, 2012 @ 3:43 pm

    There are going to be a lot of bats trying to find a new place to be in that neighborhood. But bats are good to keep bugs away. I still would want that many living over head. Maybe a few in the barn would be ok.


  3. Suzanna
    April 7, 2012 @ 12:35 am

    Omg! I got the heebie jeebies watching this! I know we have roof rats-at least the garage does-so I guess the house does too-Lord forbid! Wonder what would happen if any of the shingles were pulled up?! Eeeeekkk!


  4. Lola
    April 7, 2012 @ 12:07 am

    Believe it or not I just had a new deck and roof put on my house in Pennsylvania a few months ago. Long story short, a leak developed in my office downstairs, and when I called the Township they recommended a roof. However, my entire deck and roof had four layers of roof on top of it, and nests of carpenter ants. I had a flat roof outside my bedroom door which had a deck. I was wondering where the ants were coming from since I am a meticulous cleaner. Called in termite people etc., and now I’m paying double the price, as the entire roof and deck had to be removed. The original owners of the house, had layered the roof with first a roof, then insulation, then tile, then another roof, insulation and more tile (I think the original owners did this work themselves and initially had the place enclosed.) I was terrified of the carpenter ants, but, after seeing this video, I rather have the ants then the bats. I think what I would have done after seeing this would move.

    What I did find interesting in this video, it appeared it was copper tubing on the roof. Perhaps the hurricanes in Florida made it damp and the bats went in there for shelter. We don’t have hurricanes in Pennsylvania, but, the wood was rotted and very wet. And the red flag went up when i bought the house that the owners said every winter I had to shovel off the roof from snow, and remove any rain water. Now I understand why. I never would have bought the house had I known this. But you live and learn. This video made chills up and down my spine, and my final words are: “OH YUCK, and EEK!!!!!”


  5. Taste Crazy
    April 6, 2012 @ 1:33 pm

    wow that is disgusting…almost as bad as having rats in your roof or something.
    this made my skin crawl..ick


  6. Lin
    April 6, 2012 @ 12:49 pm

    my son gets bats in the house sometimes. this summer he is getting a new roof and hopefully they don’t find this. i’d had dirty undies for sure as scared of them as I am.


  7. darlene
    April 6, 2012 @ 10:32 am

    Wow, I am glad that is not my home


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