The Leader In Bat Control & Flying Squirrel Eviction
New Hampshire Bat Control
25+ Years Of Experience Serving The Entire Granite State
New Hampshire Bat Control – We Get Bats & Flying Squirrels Out, And Keep Them Out!
New Hampshire Bat Control, THE Bat Flying Squirrel Exclusion Specialists, have been in the bat & flying squirrel removal business for 25+ years. Above all, we evict these flying mammals utilizing the humane technique called “live exclusion(LE).” The LE Method has proven successful 100% of the time. At the present time, it is also one of the only legal methods for bat exclusion. Since 1970 the US protects bats throughout the United States. Whenever an inexperienced individual attempts a bat exclusion he or she may seal the wrong gap on a home, which keeps bats inside and may kill the bats. In any case, it is illegal to euthanize a bat colony through lethal strategies. Whereas, the one exception for killing a bat is when it enters living quarters, potentially causing harm to people inside.
Our Written Contracts Generally Come With A 1-Year Warranty, Sometimes More Or Less Depending On The Size And Conditions Of The Building.
We serve all New Hampshire cities and towns for bat removal and flying squirrel exclusion including Concord NH, Manchester NH, Portsmouth NH, Nashua NH, Dover NH, Rochester NH, Hampton NH, Conway NH, and Laconia NH.
And remember, we are the number one bat and northern flying squirrel exclusion company in New Hampshire. Being number one, we will service your problem with competitive rates & high-quality materials.
These bats were in a customer’s attic. New Hampshire Bat Control used the LE method to remove the bats. Afterward, we sealed all entrances, removed the soiled insulation and guano, and sanitized the area. Finally, we installed new insulation. Another job was well-done!
Choosing A Bat And Flying Squirrel Removal Company
When dealing with a wildlife problem in your home, New Hampshire Bat Control suggests you consider the following 9 important criteria.
Real World Experience
Specializes In Wildlife
Level 2 License
Proper Building Inspection
Humanely Exclude Bats
Of Completed Projects
8 Species Of Bats Live In New Hampshire And Latest Scientific Information Indicates Substantial Concern About These Species
The 8 Species Are The Big Brown Bat, Eastern Red Bat, Eastern Small-Footed Bat (State Endangered), Hoary Bat, Little Brown Bat (State Endangered), Northern Long-Eared Bat (Federally Threatened And State Endangered), Silver-Haired Bat, and Tricolored Bat(State Endangered)
Providing Legal & Effective Bat & Flying Squirrel Removal Solutions
Through our knowledge and experience, we provide legal & effective solutions for homeowners with an infestation of Bats or Northern Flying Squirrels. Also, as Bat and Flying Squirrel Exclusion Specialists, we provide permanent solutions, our ultimate goal, for our customers.
Bats exclusions and Flying squirrel exclusions are relatively similar processes. The work involves locating the main entry spots and installing one-way doors over the exposed entries. Basically, the One Way Doors allow the bats or flyers an escape route through those spots. Consequently, when the bats return, they cannot regain access, becoming excluded. However, all other parts of the home must be sealed as well to prevent re-entry. Using this approach is the only way to perform the job with a warranty included.
New Hampshire Bat Control’s Specialties
Insulation Removal, Bat Guano Cleanup, Deodorizing, Sanitation, Insulation Replacement And So Much More
Explanations Of Our Bat Removal & Bat Control Services In New Hampshire
Getting the bats out is the first step in the bat exclusion process, and keeping them out is the ultimate priority after bat removal jobs in New Hampshire. Sealing all possible secondary entrances the bats will try to find after the one-way valves are installed is of utmost importance. If a single gap on the building is left open, the bats can, and likely will, find it. This is why experience doing bat removal work is so important in New Hampshire.
This customer had bats in their Manchester, New Hampshire cellar. A number of bats worked their way in via a vent opening 1/2 inch across.
Doing a bat removal job right the first time is our specialty. We do not get a lot of those callbacks from our previous bat jobs, but it can happen. The bats deserve a little credit too because of their amazing sonar hearing abilities. Their sonar hearing is so complex, that they can detect drafts coming from a potential entry hole.
Some Signs Of Bats In Your Attic
Signs of bats in the house is when you hear them at night, smelling odors coming from the walls or ceiling area, and getting bats inside your living quarters. Bats in living quarters do not always mean that you have bats in the attic. In fact, it’s very common that bats get into a home by flying through open windows, down chimney flus, and through loose utilities or screening on the outside of your home. It is a very poor decision to try and catch the bat by yourself. They carry a number of zoonotic diseases they can pass on to humans. So, if you get a bat in your house and want it removed, call us at (603) 217-2294 now! And don’t forget we do have Emergency Bat Removal as well.
Bat guano piled up any place in your home certainly means you have an invasion of bats. In this situation, we helped a Concord, New Hampshire homeowner remove a bat colony. Afterward, we cleaned and sanitized this mess.
Bat Waste Clean Up NH – Bat Waste Accumulation In The Attic And Related Hazard Concerns
If bats have been infesting your residence over a prolonged period of time, or over 1 year, you will likely need attic restoration/bat waste clean up services. We can provide this service, but it will be a separate price from the bat exclusion itself. Bat guano can be a pain because not only does it pose the nasty inconvenience of smelling it inside your home, but it can also pass diseases onto humans as well. The most common virus caught from bat waste is histoplasmosis. People can get this potentially fatal disease by breathing in spores of bacteria accumulated in the attic from the bat waste. When the bat guano becomes dry, it is much more hazardous because it becomes loose and breaks into little microscopic pieces, and thus becoming airborne.