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25+ Years Of Experience Serving The Entire Granite State

The Leader In Bat Control & Flying Squirrel Eviction

Bat Control By New Hampshire Bat Control

Bat Flying Squirrel Exclusion Graphic Logo for New Hampshire Bat Control

25+ Years Of Experience Serving The Entire Granite State

Bat Control Services In New Hampshire’s Major Cities  Of Concord, East Concord, Manchester, Nashua, Dover, Rochester, Merrimack, Keene, Derry Village, and Salem

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Interesting Facts About Bats

If you’ve ever heard the term “blind as a bat” you might assume bats have poor eyesight. This is not the case, as bats have relatively good eyesight. However, the saying derives from the fact that bats use their ears to navigate using echolocation. Bats produce a high-pitched frequency noise that bounces off objects and returns to the bat’s ears. This comes in handy for locating insects to feed on.

A single full-grown bat consumes over 1,000 insects per-hour, and about 6,000 to 8,000 insects per-night, which equates to around half their body weight in a single night of feeding. This makes bats the #1 natural mosquito controller on earth. So, it may not be a bad idea to have bats around, we just don’t want them in our homes. For this reason, many people choose to install bat houses around their property, although we generally advise the bat houses to be placed on an outbuilding or nearby tree due to the guano and urine that will accumulate below the roost. This will keep the bats within the vicinity of your property, and you will surely suffer less from annoying insect bites.

There are 8 Species Of Bats Live In New Hampshire And Latest Scientific Information Indicates Substantial Concern About These Species That Live Here

Professional Bat Contol And Exclusion

Signs of bat infestation include bats showing up inside living quarters, scratching in walls, and odors from guano and urine permeating from the attic or crawl space. The most common species of bats found in New Hampshire include little brown bats and big brown bats. The state has 6 other species, however, most species prefer to live in their natural habitat. Furthermore, while most little brown and big brown bat colonies will stay in their natural habitat, these species have evolved to seek refuge in man-made structures. That is where we come in. Bats are perfectly capable of living in their natural environment, so that is where we want to keep them. .


Bat Exclusion Service

Bats are highly protected in New Hampshire and nationwide. So, the bats must be evicted from the home without using poison, or other lethal means of removal. Bats can be successfully evicted from a home or attic utilizing a process known as live bat exclusion. This work does not harm the bats in any way. The process itself consists of sealing the home with transparent caulking and installing one-way exclusion devices over the entry points. Essentially, the bats will fly out of the home and not be allowed to reenter the structure.

Bat exclusion work in New Hampshire is not as cut and dry as people might assume. It can be a strenuous process of maneuvering ladders around the roof to access and seal-up every nook and cranny. The typical bat exclusion job can be completed by a professional company in a matter of hours, with the right tools and manpower. However, larger structures can sometimes take a few trips to deal with, especially older homes since there are typically a lot more open areas that require sealant.

Not only will bat exclusion get rid of the bats in your house, but it will also keep your home protected from future bat problems. The caulking used for bat exclusion has great weatherproof durability. As long as our work is not tampered with by roofers, the sealant has the durability to last over 25 years. In conclusion, our bat-proofing service is a long-term solution.

New Hampshire Bat Removal Provides Bat Control and Flying Squirrel Control Service For The Following New Hampshire Cities

Rochester, Amherst, Seabrook, Barrington, Swanzey, Weare, Derry, Durham, Exeter, Franklin, Gilford, Hampstead, Atkinson, Somersworth, Belmont, Hanover, Salem, Goffstown, Dover, Hollis, Hudson, Stratham, Bedford, Windham, Kingston, Lebanon, Litchfield, Claremont, Londonderry, Bow, Milford, Concord, Manchester, Berlin, Hampton, Merrimack, Laconia, Nashua, Pelham, Pembroke, Plaistow, Portsmouth, Rindge, Keene, Hopkinton, Bedford, Dairy, Alton, Wolfeboro, Moulton, Rockingham, and Northhampton.

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