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
I’ve lived in Idaho all my life. As a kid who grew up in the country it was not uncommon for us to find a bat in the house occasionally.
While my mother would panic and run around the house shrieking like a banshee, my dad would calmly pu[...] Read more
Histoplasmosis is something that we at Get Bats Out feel like experts on. But even when you feel like an expert on a subject, there is information that comes along that can humble you.
Cause of Histoplasmosis
Histoplasmosis is caused by breathi[...] 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
It seems like it is about this time of year that we get a lot of calls that sound very familiar.
“I have a bat in my house. They always seem to come in about this same time every year.”
If this sounds like a thought you may have had, please[...] 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
We often get calls from people that they can “hear bat sounds” in their home. Believe it or not, bats are actually very quiet animals. Most people do not know they have a colony of bats living in their attic until they see signs of guano sc[...] Read more
Pop quiz time! Do you know what a Chimney Swift is?
Most people don’t. Most people have never heard of a Chimney Swift and they assume the noises coming from their chimney have to be bats. It’s a logical conclusion, just not always an accur[...] Read more