Way back in 2012, we were contacted by a hospital that was in a panic. They had a big problem; bats in patient rooms.
This problem wasnâ€™t nearly as bad before it became something employees regularly had to deal with. The employees felt they werenâ[...]
A few months ago, we wrote a blog about the first human rabies death in Utah since 1944Â . A Utah man and his wife lived with a bat infestation in their home for many years. They would occasionally get a bat in the living space of the house and[...]
At Get Bats Out, we prefer to educate people about the risks of having bats in the house rather than to use scare tactics as many of our competitors do.
Of course rabies is always a risk with bats. We work very hard to educate people about the[...]
North Carolina Bat Removal Expert
John Nanoski is a senior technician for Get Bats Out in North Carolina. He has proven himself a valuable asset to our company time after time.Â
Got a bat infestation that no one has solved yet? You s[...]
Brandon, Mississippi's Bat Removal Expert
Doing bat removal work in the south is a little different than in other areas of the country. We are fortunate to have an amazing technician out of Mississippi that covers Louisiana and A[...]
Oftentimes, property managers we work with do not understand the severity of the situation when they have a bat infestation in one of their properties. We focus on education and not scare tactics. There are some real life situations that you ne[...]
Weâ€™ve seen it happen a lot. Employees get upset about a bat problem that isnâ€™t being solved by management quickly enough.Â
What we tend to not think about, is that employees do have other courses of action they can take. So, what happens [...]
We donâ€™t always recommend guano cleanup for our clients that have recently undergone a bat removal. We take guano cleanup on a case by case basis.Â
Of course, the most obvious question is why. Why do we not always recommend you cleanup bat g[...]
Bat removal in the New Jersey, New York, Pennsylvania, and Delaware areas has a man on a mission. Come meet Titus, our New Jersey bat removal expert.
Titus Estep, New Jersey Bat Control Technician
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Letâ€™s start by getting one thing straight, only somewhere between three and five percent of bats carry rabies. When you consider how many thousands and thousands of bats are around at any given time, thatâ€™s a very small number.