Bat Removal Services In Dallas, Texas
A Dallas Bat Removal and Control Specialist can provide you with a quick, affordable, and permanent solution to your wildlife problem. Bat control and removal techniques can prevent destruction by some of the most dangerous yet captivating animals in Dallas. Bats are primarily nocturnal eating a diet made up of mostly insects. Their diet can be extremely beneficial to humans since they primarily eat flying insects such as mosquitoes. Bats can enter buildings through small holes where they usually are found in attics. Rodents and bats have become increasingly common to find in Dallas, Plano, Allen, Frisco, and McKinney due to the rapid land development and property growth.
Bats are commonly found in the attic after entering a building through small openings such as gable vents, chimneys, and other small gaps. A bat can fit through a hole about the size of your pinky finger. This puts most buildings at risk for bat infestation unless it has been professionally protected by a bat control and removal expert.
Having bats inside your Dallas property is a serious problem and puts all the building occupants at serious risk. Since bats are a protected species, bat removal and control must be done professionally. A bat colony can consist of over 350 bats that constantly urinate and defecate in the roost area. This not only causes staining, odors, and peeling exterior paint, but put all of the building occupants at an extreme health risk. Bat feces contain dozens of diseases that are dangerous to humans such as histoplasmosis and rabies. Bat infestations in Texas are very common and this allows bats to be one of the main animals to expose humans to rabies.
- Bats are the only mammals that can fly
- There are many types of insects (such as mites, roaches, maggots, and ants) that live in Bat roosts
- Histoplasmosis is a lung disease caused by the spores of a fungus that grow on bat droppings
- There are over 30 different species of bats in Texas
- Rabies can be contracted from a bat by a bite, scratch, or coming in contact with their blood or saliva.
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