In simple terms, a one-way door is a device that allows the animals to exit the attic on their own, but prevents them from re-entering. The door is installed in a strategic location, such as an access point, and it is designed to swing open in one direction only.
This allows the animals to leave the attic and once outside move to alternative den site in the neighbourhood. Once they have left, the door is remove and the entry hole is sealed, preventing them from re-entering through the entry hole.
While one-way doors can be effective in the right hands, they can also be deadly for dependent babies that may be left behind in the attic. This is why it's important to carefully inspect the attic for babies, and to have strict follow-up procedures in place to ensure that the entire family is reunited on the outside.
At Gates Wildlife Control, we take great care to ensure that all babies are safely removed from the attic and reunited with their mother. We use one-way doors as part of our humane wildlife removal process, and we carefully monitor the removal to ensure that it is successful and that all animals are safely removed.
Overall, one-way doors can be a humane and effective method of removing wildlife from an attic. However, it's important to have a professional Gates Wildlife Control expert handle the removal to ensure the safety and well-being of all animals involved.