Attic Bat Guano Removal 336-240-9317

 

Flag of Greensboro, North Carolina

Flag of Greensboro, North Carolina (Photo credit: Wikipedia)

When bats move into your home or business it can be scary. a bat in the house is typically a sign of a larger issue that might not have even been noticed. As a wildlife removal expert we have found that every year bat removal in Greensboro has had an increase in call volume of bat removal and bat control issues homeowners and business owner are having.

A great bat removal company can not only remove the problem bat issue, They should be able and experienced in bat exclusion or bat proofing in Greensboro. A well rounded nuisance animal removal company can not only remove the bat issue , it should remove the harmful or hazardous guano or bat waste from the infected area, Disinfect the infected bat area and replace the insulation if needed .

Bat proofing is the exclusion, repair or preventative maintenance of the property  to ensure no future bat animal conflicts. This process can involve sealing and carpentry work.

Bat Colony

Bat Colony (Photo credit: capnsponge)

Bat extermination is not only bad for the environment it is actually illegal. Do not let a so called “Bat Extermination Pro” trap or kill the bat colony or bat infestation in your Greensboro home. Bats only have one offspring or baby  per female and a female may or may not have a baby every year. Bat colonies take time to grow and we have to have them. They are extremely beneficial to our environment!

It is recommended that bat professionals do not engage in bat removal services from May to the first of August due to the bat baby rearing. If a wildlife removal company tries to persuade you otherwise call your local fish and wildlife agency or D.N.R.

As The Wildlife Professionals we service Greensboro, Winston- Salem, Winston, Salem, High Point, Lexington Jamestown, Archdale, Thomasville, and all of the Piedmont Triad area! 336-240-9317

 

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