Bats in Your House? Call Us Today for Quick, Effective Bat Removal Services

If you are reading this, it is quite likely that you are currently experiencing the unfortunate event of an in-home bat infestation. It may seem like a highly unusual situation, but the truth of the matter is, bat infestations are actually quite common.Bats Hanging From Ceiling

This is especially true when the days grow shorter and the temperatures grow colder. You may discover these creatures in your attic, taking up residency in your chimney, swarming around your home, or even flying around within your home.

While this is a troublesome affair, the good news is, we here at Palmetto Wildlife Extractors have the capability, tools, and skills to quickly eliminate these pests from your home – once and for all!

In the United States, there are several different bat species; however, there are three colonizing species that are considered to be the most troublesome to homeowners. These include the little brown bat, the big brown bat, and the Mexican free-tail bat. All bats are nocturnal. This means that they sleep during the day and are most active at night.

If you have bats in or around your home, you have likely already experienced a restless night due to their activity. These creatures seek out water sources and are known to feed on insects, such as beetles and moths. Each night, they will make several trips from where they roost to feed.

Not only will this prove to be a burden to all those within the home, bats pose a wide range of potential health problems.

There are a few different diseases that bats may pass on to humans. Examples of these include histoplasmosis and rabies. Bats do have the capability of biting. If you have a bat infestation, you must be careful not to try to perform bat removal on your own.

In the event that you come in contact with a bat that is infected with a disease, you not only stand the chance of getting a bite, you also stand the chance of contracting the disease. If handled, you can expect the creature to bite. If there are more than one bat, you stand the chance for becoming victim to more than one bite.

We here at Palmetto Wildlife Extractors have the tools and skills to successfully remove the bat or bats without harming you, your pets, your home, and even ourselves.

Bat removal services offer a quick, safe alternative to living with bats. On the most part, bats do not intend to harm humans or their pets; however, there are those circumstances where they become frightened or territorial and unforeseen accidents and incidents will occur as a result of it.

In addition to infections developing from bat bites, many people that are exposed to bat droppings may also fall ill. In addition to this, bat feces and urine may result in odors and respiratory complications among those that are exposed. If you are ready for our bat removal services, you may call us today at: 855-465-1088

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