When it comes to bat removal, bats are rather difficult to evict. It often can take two or three rounds of extermination from the professionals at Paul’s AAA Pest Control.
Make sure that you are not trying to take care of an issue concerning bats into your own hands for your own health and safety’s concern. While the risk of contracting rabies from a bat is relatively small, they will attempt to bite when captured. Bat droppings are also associated with histoplasmosis, which is a disease that affects the lungs and can cause breathing problems. Removal of bat droppings should be done by a professional.
Our bat removal process
We will inspect the structure and identify any possible entrance points. We will then install eviction valves which will allow the bats to escape but not reenter. We give it a couple weeks to ensure all bats have exited. We then seal the gaps in the structure to prevent bats from reentering in the future.
Having issues with bats?
If you think you’re experiencing a problem with bats, contact us today. Our bat removal process is effective and we will figure out the right solution to take care of your issue.