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If you want to learn more about bats and how to remove bats from a attic, you have found the right website. The United States is the home of 47 different species of bats. Nine species are federally endangered, one species is threatened and thirty-seven are considered non-game protected species. The most common species of concern to home owners are the Big Brown Bat, Mexican Free-tailed Bat, and the Little Brown Bat. Other bats found in buildings are Rafinesque’s big-eared bat, Townsend’s big-eared bat, Florida bonneted bat, Pallas’s mastiff bat, Peters’s ghost-faced bat, southeastern bat, California bat, eastern small-footed bat, fringed bat, long-legged bat, Yuma bat, evening bat, cave bat, and the big free-tailed bat. Bats are closely related to primates and are all in the group Chiroptera, Latin for “hand wing”, which means that their wings are essentially flaps of skin connecting their long fragile fingers together. Residential and commercial structures are equally desirable for bats to live in. A bat needs a space no more than an inch wide and a 1/3 of an inch tall to gain access in to a dwelling. Most bats mentioned above will colonize in abandon buildings, bridges, barns, churches, gable vents, behind shutters, under siding, behind the trim boards, and sometimes in an old chimney. Bats are social creatures and live in colonies that average from twenty-five to fifty and sometimes up to thousands. Shortly before sunset most of the bats will emerge from the dwelling to seek out food and water throughout the night time hours. (Never assume that all the bats are out at once.) Even though they have poor eyesight, they navigate and find their food using echolocation. Their diet consists of insects, which plays an important role in the ecosystem keeping most insect pests to desirable levels for humans.
Our bat removal and bat control experts can get rid of bats in attics, and provide permanent solutions to all types of bat problems and bat infestations. Bat infestations are a very common problem found in the United States. Cities, towns, municipalities, and counties in Alabama, Alaska, Arizona, Arkansas, California, Colorado, Connecticut, Delaware, Florida, Georgia, Hawaii, Idaho, Illinois, Indiana, Iowa, Kansas, Kentucky, Louisiana, Maine, Maryland, Massachusetts, Michigan, Minnesota, Mississippi, Missouri, Montana, Nebraska, Nevada, New Hampshire, New Jersey, New Mexico, New York, North Carolina, North Dakota, Ohio, Oklahoma, Oregon, Pennsylvania, Rhode Island, South Carolina, South Dakota, Tennessee, Texas, Utah, Vermont, Virginia, Washington, West Virginia, Wisconsin, and Wyoming.
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The removal and control of bats requires specialized equipment that often includes gas powered lifts to reach high areas along with additional specialized equipment, such as HEPA vacuums and air scrubbers for the removal of bat guano from attic spaces of residential and commercial structures. This specialized equipment prevents contamination of histoplasmosis spores in the structures and safety to our clients and employees.
The National Wildlife Control Operators Association® (NWCOA) has developed standards for removing bats from your United States home and attic. These standards are called the NWCOA Professional Standards of Practice for Structural Bat Management for Wildlife Control Operators. These standards outline a process called bat exclusion. Bat exclusion is the process of sealing up all potential entry points or areas that emit air draft from the structure that lead into the structure by your United States bat removal experts. Once these potential entry points have been sealed, then a one way door or venting device will be installed over the current bat entry points to allow the bats to leave the structure unharmed and not re-enter. The NWCOA Bat Standards state that all exclusion materials must have a minimum life span of one year. Our bat exclusion materials exceed these standards by more than 20 years.
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