Looking for bat removal in Rochester NH and surrounding areas? Give Bennett Wildlife Removal a call.

Bats are good to have around because they can eat thousands of other pests you don’t want around such as mosquitos carrying Eastern equine encephalitis virus (EEE). A single brown bat consumes as many as 1000 mosquitoes per hour!

brown bat removal in springBat Removal in Rochester NH and Surrounding Areas

It’s just a silly bat right? How hard could this be? Spring is the right time of year to do bat removal in Rochester NH, because the bat’s mating season in NH starts around mid-April. Evacuating bats during the right season is crucial so that the bats and their young can find other homes and continue providing benefits such as eating all those mosquitoes. If you wait until June to take measures, it’s already too late for them to relocate. If you see one enter your home, they have likely had pups and there’s a whole family up there. If you exclude the mother bat now, all those pups die in your walls or attic which not only could smell horrific and present a health hazard, it’s not helping reduce the mosquito and other pests around your home.

Cautions about “Do it Yourself” Bat Removalbrown bat removal

Bats seek the protection of quiet, dark spaces to nest in. Your house has many of these. Bats carry mites, fleas and other insects into your home. Bats can also carry infectious diseases like rabies. The biggest danger of all though comes from their droppings. Bat guano that accumulates below a bat roost can grow fungus and produce spores that cause histoplasmosis, an infection of the lungs from breathing the spores. Contact with these spores can be deadly. It’s just not worth risking your life to do it yourself.

Also – one of the biggest issues with do it yourself bat removal is that an untrained bat removal can make it very difficult when you do finally hire a professional to locate, remove and exclude the bats.

Bat Removal in Spring

Spring is the right time of year to do bat removal because the bat’s mating season in NH starts around mid-April. Evacuating bats during the right season is crucial so that the bats and their young can find other homes and continue providing benefits such as eating all those mosquitoes.

A Bennett Wildlife Removal home inspection will determine if you’re dealing with a colony with babies, or just a few adult bats.

Bat Removal and Exclusion

Bat removal is important, but unless you plug up all the places where they can get back in, they will be back. Brown bats can fit through a crack as small as 1/2 inch! Bennett Wildlife Removal specializes in bat removal in Concord NH and surrounding areas. More importantly though, we also utilize proven wildlife relocation and exclusion techniques so that bats stay in the wild where they belong, eating thousands of mosquitoes, instead of in your attic or belfry putting your health at risk.

 

24 Hour Emergency Bat Removal in Rochester NH and Surrounding Areas 603-707-1627