Bats

Bats taking over your home?

Bats taking over your home? Call Absolute Critters today for the safe removal and clean up of those unwanted flying critters. Many species of bats call North America home, however there are three main species that are most common. These include the little brown bat, the big brown bat, and the Mexican Free-Tail Bat. Even though they can be beneficial for the environment, they have the opposite effect on your home or office space. Many people often wonder how bats invaded their space in the first place. Bats often make their ways into your attic, chimney, or even fly loosely in the house or building. Removing bats can be challenging work but our professionals provide an inspection, identification, excluding techniques and house sealing to prevent future flying pests. If you suspect you have a large colony of bats it is even more imperative important to seek professional help. Capturing bats can can be very tricky and their certain steps that need to be put into place.  

Bats also pose several health risks including histoplasmosis, a fungus that can lead to an infection in humans, vector-borne illnesses, like lyme disease, and rabies. Rabies can be transmitted to both humans and household pets and needs to be treated promptly. Call us today to schedule your bat inspection. We can answer all your questions!

So what if you have bats?
  • Bats are nocturnal so you will most likely only hear or see them at night
  • A large bat colony can be very noisy and a nuisance in your home
  • Bats can leave their droppings (guano) and urine behind everywhere which dan be dangerous
  • They can also destroy insulation
Why should you contact a professional?
  • Our trained professionals can answer all your questions and explain how the bat removal process works
  • Our work is guaranteed
  • We use removal techniques that humanely rescue bats and safely clean up guano and disinfect the space
  • It is important to seal up certain entries so that you do not have a future visitor re-entering your home or business
  • Bats can carry diseases, including rabies, which can result in a serious treatment plan if bitten