Are Bats Dangerous to Humans?
Are Bats Dangerous at All?
Since bats are incredibly small creatures, managing a bat colony can turn out to be a real challenge. The bats can enter your home through entries as small as 3/8 inches, making it hard for bat control and removal specialists to find all the entry points and all the animals residing on your property. Omega Animal Removal’s process is proven to be the best and includes the following steps.
1.A successful bat removal and control strategy starts with the inspection and evaluation of the situation. It is recommended to conduct more than one inspection, for a certain understanding of the bat infestation, and for the solutions to be successful. The first inspection must take place at dusk, and it is done to determine the size of the bats colonies and of the infestation. The second inspection will take place during the day, while the bats are sleeping. This inspection must be conducted when we can see, without scaring the bats with flashlights. During this second inspection, a Specialist will identify all the damages done by the bat infestation, their roosting site and the species that they belong to. Having all this information makes it easier for the Specialist to advise you on a solution for the removal of the bats, the decontamination of the space, and also for the equipment needed.
2.After the two inspections are conducted, the bat removal and control specialist will be able to design a custom fitted solution and get rid of the bat infestation and of their debris.
3.We then perform the important exclusion process, making sure that all openings are sealed with the highest quality metal coverings and painted the color of your home.
4.Finally we clean and decontaminate all areas touched by the infestation. We repair any damage and make sure all stains are removed, bringing your home to a better than new status.
When contacting Omega Animal Removal, make sure to offer all the information you can, including if the bats are solitary or living in a colony. Social bats may be seen emerging on the outside of your house structure, once the night approaches. They might have just wandered inside your house from the outside, or they might have a roosting site somewhere on your property. This is important to know as it will establish the best course of action.
If your walls or attic are home to bats, you might see one or two of them venturing into your living area from time to time. If that is the case, a full home inspection is mandatory in order to establish the nature of the infestation, the species of the bats and the measures needed to solve the problem. If a homeowner is able to identify the bats and find the colony, all the information must be passed on to Omega Animal Removal’s Bat Specialist. If there is no other evidence of bats aside from one or two bats appearing in your living area, you are most likely not infested with bats, but an inspection is still necessary to be certain. Call Omega Animal Removal today to benefit from our Lifetime Guarantee, and rid yourself of bats forever.