Bat Removal

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Bat Removal can prove to be quite hard. In many states, it is, in fact, illegal to eliminate fleas with poison, and rightfully so. These laws protect bats due to their significance to the ecosystem. The first thing that you ought to know about how to eliminate bats is the non-use of toxins to remove them. In most states, it’s illegal to poison bats because of their contribution to the ecosystem.

If there aren’t any dark caves nearby, your loft makes the perfect option. Because pups can fly, elimination is not allowed to specific times of the year, such as spring or fall. When eliminating bats, the first thing we must do is identify input and leave points. After trapping and securely relocating the bats, properly sealing of entry and exit points are required. Bats can enter through tears in displays, broken vents, and any number of breaks or holes in the structure of your property. After this is done, the cleanup can start.

Common Problems

In case you have bats inside your house, there is a problem. We love bats. However, when they’re living in your home, you have a bat problem on your hands. Bats won’t go away on their own, and the issue only grows with time. They present a potential rabies exposure when they live within your home. Bat droppings and urine damage your own house if left unattended for many years.

Contact us today to get rid of your bats.  

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Protect the ones you love!

Experiencing a wildlife or pest issue? We can help! Complete this form and we will contact you to assist.