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Northern Kentucky Bat Removal

August 11th, 2017

For Bat Removal Services in Kentucky, Ohio, or Indiana, call Tri-State Wildlife Management! (859) 635-0037

The news media is often guilty of sensationalizing stories about rabid bats or bat colonies in buildings and the dangers involved; however, like many native wildlife a very small percentage of bats contract rabies and of that small percentage, an even smaller percentage will come in contact with humans or pets. With that said, it is always wise to practice common sense and use caution around them and avoid direct contact, as well as ensure that your pets are properly vaccinated. Bat bits and other physical contact may go undetected by individuals who are asleep, children and pets.

In addition, to the foul smell and unsanitary conditions, accumulated bat droppings can support the growth of histoplasmosis, an airborne fungal disease very common in the Tri-State area. Dry attic environments usually do not support the growth of histoplasmosis spores, however attic cleanouts should never be conducted by a home or business owner. Due to the risk of exposure, guano removal should be left to trained professionals with the proper safe and removal equipment.

Bats in Attic

At Tri-State Wildlife we strive for the most humane and environmentally effective techniques for dealing with bats in your home or business. Tri-State Wildlife Management’s use of modern innovative methods provides sound wildlife management services to ensure the protection of our customers’ investments, property and health.

Tri-State Wildlife Management is fully insured, and we stand behind all of our work. We have an A+ rating for a reason and strive to provide our customers with the best service in the Cincinnati Tri-State area.

For Northern Kentucky Bat Removal, or Bat Removal in Ohio, or Indiana, call Tri-State Wildlife Management! (859) 635-0037

Covington, KY Bat Removal

May 12th, 2017

Tri-State Wildlife Management offers bat removal in Northern KY, Cincinnati, and Southeastern IN. Put our experience and expertise to work for you! Call today to set up an inspection appointment at (859) 635-0037.

Covington, KY Bat Removal

Covington, KY Bat Removal: Bats are great mammals to have around. If you’ve ever observed a bat feeding at twilight, you already know why – they eat a variety of flying insects, including mosquitoes. Despite the advantages of having bats around, there are many serious disadvantages to having them in your home. First, they can create significant damage to structures. Bats create foul latrines, made up of both guano and urine that cause a horrible odor, soil insulation, and can weaken the structure. When entering and exiting a structure, bats defecate, leaving staining along the home. In addition, they leave black, oily rub marks at entries.

Bats also pose health/hygiene concerns including rabies, histoplasmosis, and bat bugs. When bats transmit rabies, it is most typically through a bite. If bitten, the bat should always be tested if it can be caught. If the bat is not caught, or if it tests positive for rabies, rabies shots must be taken. Without treatment, rabies ends in death. Sometimes a bat is found in the living space of a home. If the bat had access to children or anyone who may not know/may not be able to communicate that they’ve been bitten, rabies shots are encouraged. Although the most serious, rabies is not the most common threat that bats pose. Histoplasmosis is a common lung disease caused by a fungus that grows on guano. It is important to always wear the proper protective gear when in the same vicinity as bat guano, as the fungus is easily disturbed. Although bat bugs pose no serious health threat, just like bed bugs, they are a parasitic nuisance that nobody wants to live with.

The courteous staff at Tri-State Wildlife will work for you to provide a cost effective solution to your bat or wildlife intrusion and/or damage issue. As a full service company, we initiate an Integrated Bat Management Plan beginning with an inspection and customer education followed by bat removal and exclusion of intrusive bats or wildlife, clean-up, repair/restoration and prevention.

Tri-State Wildlife Management handles bat removal and exclusion differently than other home-invading species; instead of trapping, bats are removed only through an exclusion process. We use bat exclusion equipment that allows bats to leave your home, but the equipment makes reentry impossible. Bats can fit through the tiniest of gaps, so our experienced technician completes a thorough inspection of your home or business to determine all entry points and at risk areas. After we are sure all bats have left, entries are repaired with wildlife grade construction materials. Bats are very persistent creatures, and without all entries and at risk areas repaired, with bat deterrent materials, they will find a way back into your home. Tri-State Wildlife Management is so confident in their bat exclusion work that we back up our exclusion repairs with a 100% guarantee.

We strive for the most humane and environmentally effective techniques for dealing with bats and wildlife problems. Tri-State Wildlife Management’s use of modern innovative methods provides sound wildlife management services to ensure the protection of our customers’ investments and health.

Kenton County, KY Bat Control Tri-State Wildlife Management

Tri-State Wildlife Management is Certified Bat Standard Compliant by the National Wildlife Control Operators Association

Tri-State Wildlife Management is fully insured, and we stand behind all our work

Covington, KY Bat Removal: For bat control services in northern Kentucky, Cincinnati, or southeast Indiana, call Tri-State Wildlife Management at (859) 635-0037

 

Why are Bats Roosting in my House?

March 27th, 2017

Why are Bats Roosting in my House? For professional bat removal in Northern Kentucky, Cincinnati, and Southeast Indiana, call Tri-State Wildlife Management at (859) 635-0037. Put our experience and expertise to work for you!

Bats Roosting in my House Northern Kentucky

Bats like many animals are very opportunistic creatures and will take shelter in homes or structures that provide them with easy access from the elements, including wind, rain, and extreme temperatures. Since bats are so small and can fit into crevices or holes as small as 5/8 inch round or 3/8 inch wide by 5/8 inch long, they find many homes to be a suitable place to roost. Bats often enter structures along soffits, fascia, dormer corners, as well as gable and roof vents. These areas often lead into the attic where bats can easily establish a colony for roosting. Although bats may have established your structure as their roost, it may not be their only one. Bats often have multiple roosts where they can seek shelter on any given night. They also have established day time roosts, as they are nocturnal, where they will spend their time sleeping, as well night time roosts where they will stop to rest while out feeding. In addition, they also choose to roost in open spaces such as trees, porches, and bridges on warm summer nights when the weather is favorable.

It is not uncommon to be on a bat exclusion job and have multiple neighbors with the same colony of bats using their structures as an established roost. It is also very common to have similar entry points on these homes due to the neighborhood having structures of the same age, design and quality. Since bats will use adjacent structures as roost sites, neighbors will occasionally see an increase in bat activity near their home after bats are excluded from your structure. Some people will joke that they inherited your bat problem; however this is not the case. They have simply seen an increase in activity since one of the bats’ roost sites have been eliminated, therefore increasing the frequency of their use of their structure.

One of the many mistakes customers make when trying to exclude bats from their home without hiring a knowledgeable professional is assuming all bats have exited a structure prior to making repairs or attempted repairs. Bats can go long periods of time without leaving their roosts for feeding, so one cannot assume that all bats have left the roost on any given night. This is a very serious scenario considering someone could mistakenly trap the bats within the structure. This often leads to a much more serious situation with bats entering the living quarters (which they usually try to avoid) in search of an exit. This is just one of the reasons why a knowledgeable professional is vital to ridding your home or structure of bats.

Bats Roosting in my House Northern Kentucky: If you suspect bats are using your attic as a roost site, do not hesitate to give Tri-State Wildlife Management a call at (859) 635-0037!

 

Bat Removal

December 7th, 2016

Do you have bats in your attic? For bat removal, exclusion, and repair, call the experts at Tri-State Wildlife Management. Put our experience and expertise to work for you! (859) 635-0037

Bat Removal Covington, KYCovington, KY Bat Removal: Bats are great mammals to have around in the warm months, as they hunt mosquitoes and other insects at dusk, just when insects’ presence are at their climax. However, bats become unwelcome guests when they find a nice comfortable home in your home or business, entering through construction gaps, unsecured louver vents, chimneys, or any hole larger than 3/8 inches. If your home or business is occupied by bats, you may witness bats going in and out, or bat droppings (guano) underneath the bats’ main entrance(s). Homes and buildings are great places for bats to use as hibernating sites and as maternal roosts (a place to raise their young before they are able to fly).

What should you do if you find yourself sharing your home or business with bats? Tri-State Wildlife Management (TSWM) is your solution to your bat problem. Our courteous staff will work for you to provide a cost effective solution to your bat intrusion or damage issue. As a full service company, we initiate an Integrated Management Plan beginning with a full bat inspection and customer education followed by bat removal and exclusionclean-up, repair/restoration and prevention. The removal process used by TSWM allows for bats to exit your attic while preventing reentry. During this process, no bats are harmed and they easily find another place to lodge. Bats are protected under federal and state law; however, TSWM has the expertise and experience to offer legal and humane exclusions and repairs.

Since bats are persistent, they often attempt to use new entry points into a structure after their main entry is sealed. Tri-State Wildlife Management offers effective solutions to this issue as part of your Integrated Management Plan. The slightest construction gap or vulnerable area on your home can become another bat entry, so TSWM repairs and seals all at-risk areas. All attics if not sealed properly run the risk of needing bat removal at one time or another. A contractor’s or homeowner’s repairs and materials may not keep bats out of your home. Wildlife grade materials properly installed by TSWM are guaranteed. When addressing a bat issue in your home or business, best practices should always be used. The experienced professionals at Tri-State Wildlife Management will provide you with a cost effective solution to your bat issue.

Covington, KY Bat Removal: To resolve your bat issue, call Tri-State Wildlife Management today to set up an inspection appointment. (859) 635-0037

 

Bat Removal in Kenton County, KY

November 16th, 2016

Bat Removal Kenton County, KY: Do you have bats in your attic? To rid your home of bats for good, call Tri-State Wildlife Management. Put our experience and expertise to work for you! (859) 635-0037

Bat Removal Kenton County, KY

Tri-State Wildlife Management – Protecting You, Your Property, and Your Investment

Bat Removal Kenton County, KY: In our area, bats typically hibernate the winter long, the exception being warmer winter days when you may spot a bat(s) outside. Bats often take advantage of the comfort of attics and chimneys, both in the winter and the summer. Crevices of homes make perfect hibernation spots in the winter and maternity colonies or roost sites in the summer. With winter right around the corner, now is the time to rid your attic of bats. If bats have access to your attic now, they are sure to use it as their hibernation site in the colder months.

Fall is the perfect time to remove and exclude bats from your home or business, since bats are not yet hibernating, and all the young born this year are able to fly. Tri-State Wildlife Management (TSWM) uses special vents for the bat removal process which allow bats to leave your attic as normal to hunt while prohibiting reentry. After all bats have left your attic, permanent repairs are made to seal entry and exit points.

Bats are great mammals to have around. If you’ve ever observed a bat feeding at twilight, you already know why – they eat a variety of flying insects, including mosquitoes. Despite the advantages of having bats around, there are many serious disadvantages to having them in your home. First, they can create significant damage to structures. Bats create foul latrines, made up of both guano and urine that cause a horrible odor, soil insulation, and can weaken the structure. When entering and exiting a structure, bats defecate, leaving staining along the home. In addition, they leave black, oily rub marks at entries.

Bats also pose health/hygiene concerns including rabies, histoplasmosis, and bat bugs. When bats transmit rabies, it is most typically through a bite. If bitten, the bat should always be tested if it can be caught. If the bat is not caught, or if it tests positive for rabies, rabies shots must be taken. Without treatment, rabies ends in death. Sometimes a bat is found in the living space of a home. If the bat had access to children or anyone who may not know/may not be able to communicate that they’ve been bitten, rabies shots are encouraged. Although the most serious, rabies is not the most common threat that bats pose. Histoplasmosis is a common lung disease caused by a fungus that grows on guano. It is important to always wear the proper protective gear when in the same vicinity as bat guano, as the fungus is easily disturbed. Although bat bugs pose no serious health threat, just like bed bugs, they are a parasitic nuisance to be avoided.

Tri-State Wildlife Management is fully licensed and insured, and we stand behind all our work

For bat removal and exclusion in Kenton County, KY, call Tri-State Wildlife Management. Put our experience and expertise to work for you!

Covington KY Bat Removal The technicians of Tri-State Wildlife Management are Bat Standards Certified through the National Wildlife Control Operators Association.

Bat Removal Covington, KY

November 4th, 2016

For bat removal, exclusion, and prevention services, call Tri-State Wildlife Management today, and put our experience and expertise to work for you! (859) 635-0037

Bat Removal Covington, KY

Bat Removal Covington, KY: Like every fall, Tri-State Wildlife Management (TSWM) is busy with bat work, including bat inspections and bat exclusionNow is the perfect time to take care of any bat problem you may have before bats begin hibernating in your attic.

Bat exclusion work involves sealing and repairing all current bat entries and exits, as well as all other construction gaps on your home. TSWM repairs all construction gaps on your home because they are areas susceptible to future bat entry. Once bats are prevented from using their current entry and exit points, they will attempt to gain access to the structure by other means. Sealing up vulnerable areas prevents bats from gaining access back into your home.

The same principles apply to condos and apartment complexes, schools, churches, hospitals and more – all at-risk/vulnerable areas should be sealed so that bats do not find another way into the structure once excluded from using their main entry points. Although TSWM always strongly advises going about bat exclusion in this way, the decision is ultimately up to the customer. Unfortunately, if other potential entries are not sealed, bats almost always find their way back in. It is much more cost effective to seal up the home before bats can reenter.

TSWM also offers full and partial attic cleanups. TSWM employees are trained in safe and effective methods of removing bat guano and contaminated insulation. In addition to the foul smell and unsanitary conditions, accumulated bat droppings can support the growth of histoplasmosis, an airborne fungal disease very common in the Tri-State Area. Due to the risk of exposure to diseases such as histoplasmosis, proper protective gear and equipment is vital to a safe and effective cleanup. For more information concerning bat exposure visit, the Center for Disease Control Website at: www.cdc.gov. TSWM is dedicated to resolving our customers’ bat problems and preventing bat issues in the future. Tri-State Wildlife Management is fully licensed and insured, and we stand behind all our work.

For an experienced and professional bat removal company in Covington KY, call Tri-State Wildlife Management at (859) 635-0037.

Got Bats?

October 24th, 2016

Got Bats? For bat removal in Covington, KY call the experts at Tri-State Wildlife Management. Put our experience and expertise to work for you!

Bat Removal Covington, KY

Covington, KY Bat Removal and Exclusion Bats are great mammals to have around, as they hunt mosquitoes and other insects at dusk, just when insects’ presence are at their climax. However, bats become unwelcome guests when they find a nice comfortable home in your home or business, entering through construction gaps, unsecured louver vents, chimneys, or any hole larger than 3/8 inches. If your home or business is occupied by bats, you may witness bats going in and out, or bat droppings (guano) underneath the bats’ main entrance(s). Homes and buildings are great places for bats to use as hibernating sites and as maternal roosts (a place to raise their young before they are able to fly).

What should you do if you find yourself sharing your home or business with bats? Tri-State Wildlife Management (TSWM) is your solution to your bat problem. Our courteous staff will work for you to provide a cost effective solution to your bat intrusion or damage issue. As a full service company, we initiate an Integrated Management Plan beginning with a full bat inspection and customer education followed by bat removal and exclusionclean-up, repair/restoration and prevention. The removal process used by TSWM allows for bats to exit your attic while preventing reentry. During this process, no bats are harmed and they easily find another place to lodge.

Bats are protected under federal and state law; however, TSWM has the expertise and experience to offer legal and humane exclusions and repairs. A bat’s seasonal cycle, such as roosting and dispersal periods, affect how and when they can be removed from your home or business. For example, TSWM will not seal up the main bat entry into your attic if juveniles are too young to fly, or if bats are hibernating. In both circumstances, bats will be trapped inside, causing unnecessary death, as well as an associated odor. In the winter, full bat exclusion is not permissible until mild nighttime temperatures return in early spring. Sometimes we experience a 1-2 week warm spell in the winter. If this happens, TSWM can take the opportunity to fully exclude bats. When temperatures warm up, bats leave their hibernation site to hunt, therefore ensuring no bats are trapped inside.

Since bats are persistent, they often attempt to use new entry points into a structure after their main entry is sealed. Tri-State Wildlife Management offers effective solutions to this issue as part of your Integrated Management Plan. The slightest construction gap or vulnerable area on your home can become another bat entry, so TSWM repairs and seals all at-risk areas. All attics if not sealed properly run the risk of needing bat removal at one time or another. A contractor’s or homeowner’s repairs and materials may not keep bats out of your home. Wildlife grade materials properly installed by TSWM are guaranteed. When addressing a bat issue in your home or business, best practices should always be used. The experienced professionals at Tri-State Wildlife Management will provide you with a cost effective solution to your bat issue.

To resolve your bat issue before it’s too late, call Tri-State Wildlife Management today to set up an inspection appointment. (859) 635-0037

Covington KY Bat Removal Company: Tri-State Wildlife Management

October 13th, 2016

Do you have bats in your attic? To rid your home of bats for good, call Tri-State Wildlife Management. Put our experience and expertise to work for you! (859) 635-0037

Bats Tri-State Wildlife Management

Tri-State Wildlife Management – Protecting You, Your Property, and Your Investment

Covington KY Bat Removal: In our area, bats typically hibernate the winter long, the exception being warmer winter days when you may spot a bat(s) outside. Bats often take advantage of the comfort of attics and chimneys, both in the winter and the summer. Crevices of homes make perfect hibernation spots in the winter and maternity colonies or roost sites in the summer. With winter right around the corner, now is the time to rid your attic of bats. If bats have access to your attic now, they are sure to use it as their hibernation site in the colder months.

Fall is the perfect time to remove and exclude bats from your home or business, since bats are not yet hibernating, and all the young born this year are able to fly. Once cold weather sets in for good, full bat exclusion falls into a blackout period. During this time, construction gaps and secondary entries can be repaired on structures, but it is important to always keep a main entry open for bats to fly in and out. These main entries must be kept open until spring when all bats are sure to be active in the evening (in which they will fly out of your attic to hunt). Tri-State Wildlife Management (TSWM) uses special vents for the bat removal process which allow bats to leave your attic as normal to hunt while prohibiting reentry. After all bats have left your attic, permanent repairs are made to seal entry and exit points. Total bat exclusion (permanent repair of main entries) can restart again usually in early spring, but the date fluctuates from year to year, depending on the weather.

Bats are great mammals to have around. If you’ve ever observed a bat feeding at twilight, you already know why – they eat a variety of flying insects, including mosquitoes. Despite the advantages of having bats around, there are many serious disadvantages to having them in your home. First, they can create significant damage to structures. Bats create foul latrines, made up of both guano and urine that cause a horrible odor, soil insulation, and can weaken the structure. When entering and exiting a structure, bats defecate, leaving staining along the home. In addition, they leave black, oily rub marks at entries.

Bats also pose health/hygiene concerns including rabies, histoplasmosis, and bat bugs. When bats transmit rabies, it is most typically through a bite. If bitten, the bat should always be tested if it can be caught. If the bat is not caught, or if it tests positive for rabies, rabies shots must be taken. Without treatment, rabies ends in death. Sometimes a bat is found in the living space of a home. If the bat had access to children or anyone who may not know/may not be able to communicate that they’ve been bitten, rabies shots are encouraged. Although the most serious, rabies is not the most common threat that bats pose. Histoplasmosis is a common lung disease caused by a fungus that grows on guano. It is important to always wear the proper protective gear when in the same vicinity as bat guano, as the fungus is easily disturbed. Although bat bugs pose no serious health threat, just like bed bugs, they are a parasitic nuisance to be avoided.

Tri-State Wildlife Management is fully licensed and insured, and we stand behind all our work

For bat removal in Covington, KY or anywhere in Northern KY, Cincinnati, or Southeast IN, call Tri-State Wildlife Management at (859) 635-0037

Covington KY Bat Removal The technicians of Tri-State Wildlife Management are Bat Standards Certified through the National Wildlife Control Operators Association.

Got Bats? Call TSWM and we’ll resolve your bat issue for you!

October 5th, 2016

For bat removal and exclusion in Northern Kentucky, Cincinnati or Southeast Indiana, call the professionals at Tri-State Wildlife Management!  (859) 635-0037

Bat Removal Covington KY

The courteous staff at Tri-State Wildlife Management (TSWM) will work for you to provide a cost effective solution to your bat or wildlife intrusion and/or damage issue. As a full service company, we will initiate an Integrated Management Plan beginning with an inspection and customer education followed by bat removal and exclusion of intrusive bats or wildlife, clean-up, repair/restoration and prevention.

Early fall is a busy time for Tri-State Wildlife Management, as we continue to remove bats from homes and make repairs to exclude them for good!  Resolving a bat issue in a home or structure is time sensitive work. TSWM does not remove bats by trapping them; instead, our techniques allow bats to exit your attic while prohibiting reentry. By the time all bats have left your attic, TSWM finishes sealing up your home to prevent bat access. In order to make your entire home as bat-deterrent as possible, TSWM must finish all sealing before cold weather sets in. Once bats begin hibernating in your attic this winter, final repair work must be put on hold until spring when hibernation has ended. Of course it is best to complete the exclusion process now so bats cannot use your attic as their hibernating roost site.

Some of the telltale signs that you have a bat problem include dark marks near their entry point and bat guano below an entry point. You may also see bats leaving their roost at dusk to feed on flying insects. Bats can often go undetected by property owners and residents, so it may be years before you realize you have a bat problem. At that point, you may be dealing with generations of bats that often use the same roost year after year. In some of the worst cases, you may smell bat latrines (pile of guano and urine) from a living area, or notice a stain on the ceiling or wall.

In addition to removal/exclusion services, Tri-State Wildlife Management (TSWM) also offers full and partial attic cleanouts. TSWM employees are trained in safe and effective methods of removing bat guano and contaminated insulation. Due to the risk of exposure to diseases such as histoplasmosis, proper protective gear and equipment is vital to a safe and effective cleanout.

Bats pose health/hygiene concerns including bat bugs, rabies, and histoplasmosis. Although bat bugs pose no serious health threat, just like bed bugs, they are a parasitic nuisance that nobody wants to live with. When bats transmit rabies, it is most typically through a bite. If bitten, the bat should always be tested if it can be caught. If the bat is not caught, or if it tests positive for rabies, rabies shots must be taken. Without treatment, rabies ends in death. Sometimes a bat is found in the living space of a home. If the bat had access to children or anyone who may not know/may not be able to communicate that they’ve been bitten, rabies shots are encouraged. Although the most serious, rabies is not the most common threat that bats pose. Histoplasmosis is a common lung disease caused by a fungus that grows on guano. Again, it is important to always wear the proper protective gear when in the same vicinity as bat guano, as the fungus is easily disturbed.

We strive for the most humane and environmentally effective techniques for dealing with bats and wildlife problems. Tri-State Wildlife Management’s use of modern innovative methods provides sound wildlife management services to ensure the protection of our customers’ investments and health. TSWM is fully licensed and insured, and we stand behind all our work.

 

Remove Bats in Northern Kentucky

September 15th, 2016

Do you have bats in your attic? Now is a great time of year to take care of your bat problem, and Tri-State Wildlife Management is THE company to hire to remove bats in Northern Kentucky. Call us today at 859-635-0037.

Remove Bats in Northern Kentucky

Bats are useful mammals to have around, as they are a great, natural way to control flying insects such as mosquitoes. More and more people are setting up bat houses in their yard to encourage bats to feed on mosquitoes which carry a variety of viruses harmful to humans (including zika virus and malaria). The good of having bats around is outweighed by the bad if they decide to roost in your attic. Bats are more likely to enter the living space of your home if they are roosting in your attic. As they are prominent carriers of rabies, this is a problem that should be addressed. If there is any chance at all that a bat bit someone, precautions must be taken. If the bat is caught without damage to its head, it can be tested for rabies. If it is not caught, then rabies shots must be administered in case rabies is contracted. After rabies symptoms appear, it is too late for the shots to work. Bats also create latrines at their roost site which can cause histoplasmosis in humans. In order to prevent these unsanitary, unsafe conditions, bat should be permanently removed and excluded.

Tri-State Wildlife Management (TSWM) specializes in bat removal and exclusion in the Northern Kentucky area. Many homes and buildings are susceptible to bat entry, as bats can squeeze through a hole smaller than a dime. For this same reason, it is very difficult to permanently exclude them from your residence or business. TSWM has the experience and expertise to rid your home of bats for good. Technicians inspect your entire home to identify entries as well as vulnerable areas. Our goal is to ensure bats will never again gain access into your home to roost, so we are sure to do a thorough job of repairing entries and securing at risk areas. Our work is not only effective, but it is also aesthetically pleasing. We take pride in our ability to permanently exclude bats while maintaining (or improving) the beauty of a home. Materials used are of highest quality, able to withstand not only weather and the elements, but also attempted wild animal entry. Materials used by construction and roofing companies do not take wild animal entry into account. The difference could mean thousands of dollars spent in future wildlife removal and repair.

Some of the telltale signs that you have a bat problem include dark marks near their entry point and bat guano below an entry point. You may also see bats leaving their roost at dusk to feed on flying insects. Bats can often go undetected by property owners and residents, so it may be years before you realize you have a bat problem. At that point, you may be dealing with generations of bats that often use the same roost year after year. In some of the worst cases, you may smell bat latrines (pile of guano and urine) from a living area, or notice a stain on the ceiling or wall. Bat waste can cause histoplasmosis in humans, so safe cleanup procedures and material should always be used.

Tri-State Wildlife Management specializes in bat removal and exclusion from houses, multi-unit buildings, and businesses. Put our experience and expertise to work for you!

 


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