Humane Bat Removal North Carolina
Have you been hearing disturbing sounds at night around your North Carolina home? If so, you may have a bat control problem!
Bats in the United States are almost always beneficial. Many bats feed on insects and can consume up to half their body weight in one night's feeding! Occasionally, however, they become a nuisance inside buildings or pose a public health problem. The bats that most often become a problem around people are those that live in colonies or groups, such as little brown bats and big brown bats. These species sometimes hibernate or roost inside buildings. When this happens to you, call our teams at 1-800-CRITTER for your bat removal needs.
Humane Bat Removal Strategies
Not only are some bat species protected federally, but also some states have additional regulations on bat control. The most humane bat removal method is the use of a one-way valve. Bats are free to leave but cannot return. Do not install bat valves if flightless pups are present. These bat babies rely on their mothers. If the females cannot return to the pups, the pups will slowly die.
Bats commonly enter buildings North Carolina through gable vents, unscreened chimneys, construction gaps, or holes in the siding leaving you with a bat control problem. Don’t worry - our North Carolina bat control technicians and wildlife control personnel eliminate your bat problems in the safest ways possible. Our team in North Carolina is expertly trained in bat removal techniques including bat proofing, and bat exclusion. All of our bat removal methods are environmentally friendly and ecologically safe to ensure that only humane bat control is practiced in North Carolina.
Whether you have one bat or an entire colony in your attic, if you need to get rid of bats, it is important to remember that bats can be very dangerous animals if handled incorrectly. Many carry infectious diseases, like rabies, and should only be handled by bat control professionals who are trained in bat control and expulsion techniques.
Call 1-800-CRITTER to find a North Carolina bat removal specialist today.