Get Bats Out prides itself on many things, not least of which is our success rate in getting bats out of your houses and buildings and keeping them out.
We are able to do this because of our attention to detail when we set up excluders, which a[...] Read more
If you’re looking for a Virginia bat removal specialist with a sarcastic sense of humor, Gus is your man. Read his employee spotlight to learn more about him!
Name: Augustus (Gus) Swyers
Position: Virginia and North Carolina Get Bats Out Tech[...] Read more
Histoplasmosis is a disease caused by the fungus Histoplasma capsulatum. It is often found in deep guano piles. So, when guano accumulates in an attic or a crawl space from a bat infestation, it poses a serious problem.
What is Histoplasmosis?
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Position: Maryland Get Bats Out Technician
How long have you been working for Get Bats Out? Michael and I started the Maryland branch of Get Bats Out in 2006. This will be my 8th season, and I have successfully accomplished hundreds[...] Read more
As the largest bat exclusion company in the world with more than 25 years of experience, we have seen it all. The following guide explains what to expect during a bat infestation and why you need a local bat removal expert to handle the problem[...] Read more
I’m Rich Littlefield, and I am the Regional Manager for the Georgia area and the surrounding states. I live right here in Georgia, and I hold the Georgia Wildlife Trapping Permit as well as the Georgia Nuisance Wildlife License for Get Bats O[...] Read more
At Get Bats Out, we are very careful to not kill bats.
While we understand that you want bats out of your home, we do our best to make sure that they continue to live out their lives – just in a different location.
As bat lovers, we are v[...] Read more
In 1998, my dad and I were working at an art gallery in Aspen, Colorado selling high-end paintings.
One day, we spotted a bat in the gallery! We brought it outside, day after day. We even threw it in a rival art gallery’s back door one night.[...] Read more
The short answer is YES you can get rabies from a bat bite. Bats are wild animals and a small percentage of them carry rabies. If you see a bat in the day time, or if the bat is on the ground instead of hunting bugs or hiding out in its roost, [...] Read more
It is very common for renters to contact us for help with a bat problem. Sometimes they are frustrated or even frightened because their landlord doesn’t seem to be taking the situation seriously. In this article we will discuss: Why [...] Read more