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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Let’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, that’s a very small number.
Your Monday morning meeting just got interrupted by a frantic call from your employee. There was a bat in the workplace when they came in this morning. And they are freaked out.
How you handle this situation from this point forward is very im[...]
Monday morning comes around. As an employee, you are bummed the weekend is over and it’s back to the grind. So, imagine your poor Monday morning attitude about checking back into reality turning into terror when you walk into your office and [...]
Every once in a while, we meet someone that really just wants to change the world for the better. This is what we see in our New York bat removal technician, Eric Stout.
He is humble, kind, helpful, and truly goes the extra mile to solve a bat[...]
Glenwood Springs, Colorado Has a Special Place for Bat Removal
Glenwood Springs, Colorado and bat removal may not seem like a likely combination on the surface. However, there is a special thing for all of us at Get Bats Out located [...]
During the 2017 hurricane season, there was a casualty to the bat world. Perky’s Tower has stood at the end of an unmarked dirt road on the Sugarloaf Key off Florida since the 1920’s. It has weathered dozens of hurricane’s before finally [...]
If you look online for information about bats, almost all of it will talk about bat habitat as being in caves and trees. Which may make you curious why bats have decided to call your house their home.
The link between deforestation and endanger[...]
The midwest is a little batty. We don’t mean that to say the people are crazy, we literally mean it’s a little batty there. There are more bat infestations in Indiana, Illinois, and Ohio than in most of the other states combined. So if you are in[...]
Texas bats are closely monitored by more organizations than bats are anywhere else.
Bat Conservation International
The Texas Department of Agriculture
Texas Parks and Wildlife
Texas A&M University
Just to name a few!