Although they are not directly dangerous or vermin-like, bats can be a bit of a nuisance, and their excrement (called guano) can carry the dangerous fungal disease called Histoplasmosis, which can be transferred to humans. If you want to protect your family from this bacteria while removing the bats humanely, keep reading this blog from Animal Remover.
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The Top Three Signs Of Bat Activity
If you see any of the following signs, you may have bats living in or around your home:
- Where Are Bats Living?: Bats live in attics, chimneys, woodwork, vents, and can even be found in holes in the siding. Bats can be found in the basement as well. Make sure to check these areas thoroughly.
- What’s That Sound?: Are you hearing a shrill or high-pitched chirping sound? If so, you might have bats in your home. Keep an ear out at sunrise and sunset and listen. If you hear these sounds, or see any bats, your home may have multiple bats.
- Where Did That Staining Come From?: If you are seeing droppings, or dark staining around entry points of your home, it is very likely that you have bats in your home.
Remember, bats themselves are not nasty or vicious. They should be removed by an ethically oriented professional. Bats require exclusionary removal tactics.
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Contact Animal Remover Today!
If you are wanting to remove bats from your home or property, but you are not sure what step to take next, contact the professionals at Animal Remover. At Animal Remover, we understand bat behavior. We know what techniques should be used, and what techniques are not going to be successful. Contact us for more information, and for a free quote today!