What happens if an apartment building has a bat problem? A group of bats have apparently turned a duplex into a maternity colony in Salina, Kansas. The situation seems to have escalated, causing negative press for duplex management. So w[...] Read more
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[...] Read more
On our last blog, we discussed why a hospital bat infestation leaves a bad taste in the community’s mouth. Consumers have more choices and will choose someone else
The Joint Commission may get involved and shut you down
Insurance companies [...] Read more
Hospital bat infestations are more common than you might think. Obviously, we aren’t going to start naming names, but we have had the opportunity to learn a great deal and help a great deal.
One recurring theme in the hospital bat removal job[...] Read more
We live in a very technological world these days. Parents are much more likely to whip out a smart phone and take a video of a bat infestation in schools and send it to the evening news than they are to call the school administration.
Seeing yo[...] Read more
Occasionally, we do have to remove bats by hand. Most of the time, I would say up to 99% of the time, we perform what is called a bat exclusion.
This is a method of bat removal that allows the bats to fly naturally out of their roost in your ho[...] Read more
Bat removal in Phoenix, Arizona has always been an interesting place for us. Since we are nationwide and have technicians all over the US, we have a good pulse on bat trends from all over the place.
There are an impressive 28 species of bats th[...] Read more
Have you ever thought about the impact it would have on the environment if we were to remove bats from the ecosystem? Probably not. Luckily for all of us, a group of very smart people including Raina Plowright, who is an assistant professor in [...] Read more
Just a quick reminder: bat pest control and rabies have no “off-season”. Many people think just because they are seeing less bats in the winter that the bats are gone. This simply isn’t true.
The eighth confirmed case of rabies in New Jer[...] Read more
There are a lot of misconceptions about bats in general. However, bat removal is one of the most misunderstood processes we talk to people about. We get a lot of questions about “laws” regarding bats and bat removal, especially regarding th[...] Read more