Bat Removal: Need To Get Rid of Bats?
While bats are interesting animals, they can wreak havoc on your property and carry diseases such as rabies. Bats tend to inhabit dark attic spaces where there is plenty of insulation to make homes in. Their droppings can attract hungry insects. The entryways they make allow other rodents to infest your home as well.
Bat Removal: We Get Rid Of Bats
Call Summit Environmental Solutions to manage removal as safely and quickly as possible. While on site, we use efficient and humane methods to capture and remove the bats. We identify where the bats are entering your home and install exclusion barriers to prevent future issues. We clean up droppings and odors too!
Bat Removal: Do Bats Harm People or Property?
There are quite a few issues with bats:
- Diseases: While the likelihood is low, bats may carry diseases like rabies. Furthermore,
- Fungus Infection: The fungus that causes histoplasmosis thrives in warm animal droppings, which then spores into the air. Human infection occurs when people inhale the spores.
- Parasites: Bats also host ectoparasites, like fleas, flies, ticks, and mites, that endanger the health of humans and pets.
- Waste: bat urine can cause a pervasive and unpleasant smell, while bat droppings stain ceilings and building visages.
BAT REMOVAL: BATS IN ATTIC?
A fully infested attic is one of the biggest and most challenging problems in the field of problem wildlife removal. The process is complex because bats can enter such tiny areas, about 3/8 inch. You must do a 100% effective seal up job, with no mess-ups, and the exclusion devices must be the correct kind. If on an eave gap, a funnel is correct. If across a large fascia board, polynet is correct. Etc. Experience is very important when it comes to bat jobs.