Bats are a huge problem in our service area. We have developed an industry-leading, all-inclusive Bat Exclusion Program. We are able to do this by understanding the needs and capabilities of bats during every season throughout the year, as well as the public health concerns that bats pose. Our control program takes into consideration the physical capabilities that enable them to enter your home, nightly feeding habits, mating and reproduction, as well as the pathogens, ectoparasites and diseases bats carry and spread. We also offer our Bat Exclusion Warranty and Prevention, to reduce the chances of re-infestation in the future.
Did you know?
- Big Brown and Little Brown Bats are the most common bats in Wisconsin.
- Bats are on the Endangered Species list in Wisconsin.
- Big Brown Bats may live as long as 18 years.
- Females litter size is usually one pup per year – occasionally producing twins.
- A colony of 150 Big Brown Bats can produce over 880,000 droppings in one year.
- Bats carrying rabies can transfer the disease to humans if bitten.
- Bat Guano can spread dozens of pathogens and ectoparasites if not handled properly.
3 Goals of the Exclusion Process
- Evict current wildlife from the structure
- Provide the proper repair(s) to prevent wildlife from re-entry
- Clean up any wildlife excrement left behind
Bat Guano and Excrement Clean-up
Bats are known to carry and spread many pathogens and diseases in our area, including Rabies and Histoplasmosis. Bat ectoparasites such as bat bugs, fleas, ticks or mites can also leave roosting areas, looking for a new host, once bats are removed from a structure. For these reasons, Bat Guano and Excrement Clean-up is an important step for closure to a bat infestation. Necessary clean-up can vary from spot treatments that are smaller areas or it could be the entire attic.
Call Today for an Honest Bat Exclusion Evaluation!