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FAQS At New Hampshire Bat Control

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FAQS: Here Are Some Common questions New Hampshire Bat Control & Flying Squirrel Eviction Receive

How much does bat removal services cost?

It depends how many secondary entrances need sealed on the building, the size of the infesting bat colony, & how accessible your roof is. If there are difficult to reach areas, that will also affect the price bid. Generally speaking, bat jobs usually come with a $1200 minimum price for the service in New Hampshire. We cannot give price over the phone, we must first do a bat inspection.

What is bat exclusion?

Bat Exclusion, also called bat proofing, is the process of sealing and wiring a home so bats cannot find a way back into the home. This involves putting up one-way bat tubes over the main entry areas which the bats can fly out of, and safely make their exit from the building. When they come back, they will search for additional entry areas on the home after they are “excluded” by the one-way bat tubes on their original entry points. This is why during a bat exclusion job in New Hampshire, we will seal up all possible secondary entry areas the bats may be able to access.

Can you just kill the bats instead of doing live exclusion?

No, Bats are federally protected and killing bats gives a bad name to wildlife control businesses across the United States. Companies who use the practices of catching bats on sticky pads in the attic, fumigating the bats, or any other lethal method to solve the bat problem should not be in the bat control business. Above & Beyond Wildlife Control does not use lethal measures for bat control, ever. If you encounter a bat control company who does, contact Bat Conservation International.

I think I have bats living in my attic in New Hampshire.. how do I tell if I have a bat colony ?

With large bat colonies, you will often be able to see the bats flying out of the home at dusk. Additionally, with a large bat colony, you will notice bat guano on the siding of your home, above the areas the bats are entering. Above and beyond wildlife control can inspect the attic to determine if there is a bat colony and the extent of the colony.

I've gotten bats in the living quarters of my house, does this mean I have a bat problem in my attic ?

There are certain times that bats may end up inside a home, but then there are no bats that are actually residing in the attic or walls of the home. Usually what happens is the young bats born that year are learning to fly and accidentally end up inside a home through an open window, the chimney, or other areas. Unfortunately, this can be a yearly occurrence as that means there are holes on the exterior of the home that they are finding their way in. If you have bats getting inside your home during the winter, you probably have a bat problem in the attic.

Do bats in New Hampshire live in chimneys ?

Well generally they will live in attic spaces and will roost around a chimney exposed inside the attic area. We have seen at times where loose brick or a top of a chimney has cracked mortar around it, allowing the bats to live between the tile of the chimney and the brick. Also bats will accidentally come down chimneys and end up in fireplaces and wood stoves. The reason for this is there are always drafts coming up the chimney and bats will follow drafts into a home.

What are the most common types of bats that get into homes in New Hampshire?

Big brown bats and little brown bats are by far the most common in New Hampshire, but there have also been increases of other non-traditional structure infesting bats being spotted because of the impact of white-nose syndrome. This disease has killed off many little brown bats in particular, so big browns are taking over. Big brown colonies are smaller, and less aggressive.

How do you get bats out of a home and keep them out long term?

Bat problems need to be addressed on the outside of a home. This is where most of the bat exclusion work is done. The exterior of the home must be gone over with a fine-tooth comb, sealing and wiring all secondary entry points the bats may have. On main entry/ exit areas, one-way doors are installed so when the bats fly out of the home on their normal feeding patterns they should not be physically able to re-enter the home after the one-way bat tubes are up, provided no areas were missed during the initial exclusion process.

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