Bat Exclusion Experts At BATS R US LLC
Removing Bats Throughout Southern CT, Including Greenwich, New Cannan, Stamford, Westport And Wilton
The BATS R US Wildlife Removal Specialists have highly trained Bat Exclusion Experts who will help you remove bats in your attic, walls, or on your property.
Humane Bat Exclusion
BATS R US LLC’s bat exclusion team believes in removing bats humanely from residential and commercial buildings. As highly knowledgeable bat experts, we understand the ecological value of bats and believe protecting bats is in the best interest of Connecticut, the US, and the world.
Effective Bat Exclusion
Structural modifications must follow professionally assisted bat eviction from any building so the bats cannot return. Bats R Us Wildlife bat exclusion pros identify all the entry points so they may be sealed and repaired and locate structural defects that may give bats access in the future.
Any Company That Suggests Toxic Chemicals Will Solve A Bat Invasion Doesn’t Understand The Proper Bat Exclusion And Control Strategies.
Bats R US Wildlife Provides Bat Exclusion Strategies That Work Every Time
Bats R US Wildlife provides secure, compassionate, and successful answers to nuisance bats throughout southern Connecticut. We remove nuisance bats from homes, businesses, and numerous other structures.
The long-term solution for bats that enter buildings and cause a nuisance problem or present a health hazard is a 5 step process.
- We methodically locate the bats and the access point bats use to enter the building and repair all but one or two.
- Next, we attach one-way Bat Valves to the access points we did not repair. These devices allow bats to escape unharmed though they cannot return.
- Once all bats have been removed, we repair the remaining access point.
- We remove all contaimated materials like guano and soiled insulation, then decontaminate the area and deodorize if you made that request.
- Finally, we do any necessary repairs within the building which may include complete insulation replacement.
When called in to perform a bat exclusion the first step is an inspection of the building from top to bottom inside and out.
A bat infestation often comes with severe contamination, which must be removed and all surfaces decontaminated and deodorized.
If insulation has had extensive damage we remove it and replace it with quality high R-Factor insulation that meets Connecticut’s building regulations.
A Few Dangers Associated With Bats – Be Vigilant!
Even though bats benefit the Connecticuts ecosystem, there are dangers associated with bats in residential and commercial buildings. Bat guano (droppings) is associated with a common disease called histoplasmosis, a lung disease caused by the fungus spores that grow on bat guano. Bats also carry disease-carrying parasites like fleas and ticks.
Another issue with a bat infestation is bat bugs which are tiny bugs similar to bed bugs and drink bat blood. Bat bugs can spread to living and working spaces where they can bite people. It would be best to address bat infestation quickly since a bat bug population can get out of control, and extermination procedures will be needed.
Histoplasmosis virus photo. Thanks To CDC/Dr. Libero Ajello, Public domain, via Wikimedia Commons.
Another Great BATS R Us Wildlife Testimonial
“…One Of The Honest Ones.”
“I called with concerns regarding bats in my home — we had seen a black object flying across the house, plus my son marks on his leg that resembled a bat bite. Joe was extremely responsive, texting me shortly after to say that he didn’t have cell service but could communicate via text.
We scheduled an inspection with Joe two days later, and for $25 they took infrared photos of the exterior of my 3 story home and inspected areas of concern inside. 24 hours later I got a text indicating that there was no sign of bats (the fluttering sound in my chimney was caused by black chimney swift birds, two of whom had escaped through an open flue).
I make a point of calling out honest — and dishonest — businesses, because we’ve all been ripped off. Thankfully this is one of the honest ones. I’m hoping we don’t need them, but they’ll be the first we call if we do.”
Sharon K. Ridgefield, CT
Bats R US Wildlife Removal Specialist LLC
80 Walnut Hill Road
Bethel, CT 06801
Telephone: (203) 885-3822