Orlando Bat Removal
Bats are not blind and they also use echolocation as a means of navigating. A bats wings are essentially the same as our arms and hands. The bones of the hand and finger are elongated and serve to support and move the wings. The hind limbs of bats are modified for landing and hanging upside down.
Bats become a nuisance when they roost in large numbers in human dwellings. The rapid and smelly accumulation of Guano (droppings) is unsanitary, and serves as a fertile breeding ground for a fungal disease called histoplasmosis, which is transferable to humans. Bats also carry rabies viral disease that caused progressive paralysis and death in mammals, including humans.
Are Bats Dangerous?YES, bats can carry diseases.
Nuisance Concerns:Bats need only 1/2 inch or less of space to crawl through in order to enter a building.
Once inside the colony can grow until the homeowner notices the bats flying out of the building. Structures bats have been found in include but are not limited to:
- Unused open structures
- Behind Shutters
- Roof Tile's and shingles
How to Get Rid of Bats:Removing bats from the house can be very tricky and also very expensive if not eradicated at it's roots. Sterling Wildlife bat removal system will ensure that the colony will no longer use your home or business as a roosting area, and that no bats can get back inside.
If you have or suspect you may have a Bat problem please contact: Sterling Wildlife™ at 321-972-8268 to speak with a wildlife expert.
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