First of all you'll need to seal up all the holes they are using to get in. The best time to do this is about two hours after sunset when all the bats should be gone outside.
Once you seal off all the entrance holes with screen wire stapled over holes you should then scatter a couple of boxes of mothballs to ensure any bat that does find its way inside feels un welcome.
Unless your using the attic and are afraid of the bats they should be welcome guests as they eat huge amounts of bugs including mosquitoes. I put up bat houses to attract them to my yard.
That is a bat house hanging on the tree there.
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