Bat Removal Kershaw Indian Land Lancster County SC

Bat Removal Kershaw Indian Land Lancaster SC

Bat Removal Lancaster South CarolinaThe most common bat in the Lancaster County South Carolina area is the little brown bat. Even though this bat is not endangered, we as a bat removal from attic company are required to humanely get rid of bats. One of the most common questions that I receive as a wildlife control professional is how to get rid of bats. This is a very complex question but the best answer is to use trained professional that has extensive knowledge of bats and is licensed with the South Carolina Resources Commission as Wildlife Control Damage Agent. Bats do carry disease as well as the bat droppings. Also make sure you use a local company that has a 803 area code. The most important factor in getting rid of bats from an attic is a thorough wildlife inspection. This inspection is not just limited to looking to rid bats of the attic but also inspecting the exterior for potential bat problem areas. These areas could be bats in the gable vents, bats in the chimney, bats in the eaves and bats in the soffit.

Bat Guano Attic Insulation Cleanup

Once the attic has been inspected by a Lancaster County bat removal company and confirmed that there are no more bats in the attic, then the bat cleanup process can begin. Bat clean-up is a very important part and is the final phase once the bats have been removed and the bat exclusion work has been completed to prevent future bat problems. An integral part of the bat control process is the bat guano removal. The bat guano cleanup consists of removing the bat droppings in attic with a high powered vacuum. The scientific name for bat droppings is called bat guano. Bat guano is extremely toxic if it is present in the attic. Once the bat poop removal has been completed, the insulation that was contaminated will need to be removed as well and replaced with new insulation. Also a disinfectant would need to be applied by bat control specialist.

Bat Removal Bats in the Attic

After a bat problem has been identified, it is important to do research on which bat control company that you plan on using. It is good to use a bat removal company that is in Lancaster County SC and that they have experience with bat eradication. Many people are under the misconception that certain products on the internet can be used as bat deterrents. Examples of the products used for eradicating bats are strobe lights and high frequency plug in devices. When you see these products run as far away from them as possible. Once you have a bat infestation, they has imprinted on your attic and will not leave because of these products. Bat elimination is a process and if you don’t follow the proper steps, you will either end up with a bat in your house or future bat problems. A big factor with today’s economy is the bat removal cost. Bat infestation removal can be very expensive and some Lancaster County SC bat control companies might use scare tactics to increase the bat removal cost. If you have bats in your attic, chances are they have been there for a while and they have gone undetected. There is no reason that you should go with the first bat exterminator that you speak with on the phone. Bats are protected, so bat extermination is illegal. If the company that you speak with is unaware of this or is not in compliance then that should be a red flag. Recently bats have been in decline because of something called white nose syndrome. This is caused by a fungus that grows on the bats nose and caused the death of millions of bats and some to become endangered. Before this was discovered most bat removal experts were known as bat exterminators. Because of the discovery of the white nose syndrome, the bat exclusion is the method of removing bats from your home.

Areas We Service:

Buford, Indian Land, Van Wyck, Elgin, Irwin, Lancaster Mill, Springdale, Taxahaw

Zip Codes We Service:

29720, 29707, 29721, 29722, 29744

For your wildlife control and wildlife removal needs in North Carolina and South Carolina, call PCA Wildlife at (704) 777-8003.