As the Covid-19 pandemic continues to affect many of our customers, we wanted to take this moment to answer frequently asked questions and inform you of some changes in our procedures moving forward.
Is Get Bats Out open?
Are bat exclusions still allowed during the social distancing efforts?
Yes, bats living inside a home pose a clear health concern. Our work is a necessary service during this time to protect the health and safety of our clients. We are taking additional precautions to respect social distancing while working at your home.
My home needs an inspection, but do I have to have a technician inside my house?
Before the Coronavirus, we would sit down with our clients and review our Risk Disclosure paperwork. In view of this new situation, we are sending out this paperwork out via email so that our new customers can sign and send them back to us. This eliminates any contact our technicians need to have with you person to person during the inspection of your home.
If my home has an inspection, will I have to have contact with the technician?
We are sending out via email our risk disclosure forms for any new customers to sign and send back to us, thus eliminating any contact our technicians need to have with you person to person during the inspection of your home.
What are you doing to limit transmission of the COVID-19 virus?
All of our technicians are performing the correct quarantining procedures outside of work during this time. Your technician will be a local operator employed by Get Bats Out. We are asking any technician who doesn’t feel well to stay home. We are also providing regular direction on PPE and hygiene for our technicians.
Is Get Bats Out laying off employees?
To date we have not had to lay any of our technicians or support staff off.