Removing a bat from your home◀ Back To Blog
August 24, 2012
Albuquerque, New Mexico firefighters can officially go back to the station after their station was infested with bats, according to the Times Union. The bats in the station became a health hazard to the fire fighters, but the issue is resolved after bat removal specialists removed the bats.
Our previous blog post, discusses bat removal in and around the Schenectady area.
How to safely remove a bat from your home.
How Thomas Pest Services performs bat removal.
What bats look like.
What noises bats make.
The time when bats come out.
Why bat populations are decreasing.
According to the Bat Conservation, bats are essential to the health of our natural world. They help control pests and are vital pollinators and seed-dispersers for countless plants. A single little brown bat can eat up to 1,000 mosquito-sized insects in a single hour, while a pregnant or lactating female bat typically eats the equivalent of her entire body weight in insects each night.
If you do have a bat in your house, don’t panic. Read the bat removal guide to carefully remove any unwanted bats from your home. It is important, once the bat is removed, to contact a bat or wildlife specialist to determine how the bat got inside.
It is important to contact your local Clifton Park bat removal specialist at the first signs of bats or wildlife animals in your home. Attempting to control and remove wildlife and other mammals you’re your home is dangerous and should be left up to a wildlife and bat removal specialists. Thomas Pest Services offers bat removal services to Chatham, East Greenbush, Saratoga and surrounding areas throughout the Capital Region. Contact us for a free inspection to safely remove bats and other wildlife from your structure.