Animal Control NYC Bat Removal Experts in Flushing, NY
Animal Control NYC is a humane wildlife control company, we structure our bat removal procedures to avoid harm to the wildlife of any species. Bats are beneficial animals that manage populations of insects like mosquitoes, moths, crickets, and beetles. But bats have some risks for humans, and bat guano (droppings) can also damage your property structure. If bats inhabit your attic or roof, call us today to help remove bats from your home in Flushing, NY. Many property owners seek bat removal services in Flushing, NY only after they notice bats already living in their home or elsewhere on the property. Animal Control NYC uses humane methods of removing bats from homes. With prevention methods like physical barriers, we can avoid hurting the bat or leaving chemical residue in your home. Bat exclusion is also an effective procedure against bats, and we can secure openings before bats ever get in.
If you believe you have bats living on your property, Animal Control NYC can help inspect your property in Flushing, NY for any signs of bats and entry holes they can be invading. Contact us to learn more about our bat exclusion. Bat removal services in NYC have a limited time when we operate, generally between June and November. Attics and small spaces around homes in NYC can be a great roosting space for bats. They will sleep during the daytime and fly off at night to find food before returning in the morning. For any number of roosting bats, wildlife control is necessary to safely perform that exclusion that will remove bats and prevent them from getting back in. If you find bats, be sure not to tackle bat removal yourself as it can be dangerous; instead, call Animal Control NYC. Our bat experts can help with bat removal services in Flushing, NY, and we offer humane bat removal. There are a few signs that bats might present at your home. Many of these will be apparent to homeowners, making it feasible to perform a basic inspection. When checking your home for bats, check areas like Chimneys, droppings in the attic, rafters, porches, and other unprotected spaces.
Here at Animal Control NYC, we can help remove bats from all residential & commercial properties in Flushing, NY. Animal Control NYC can trap and remove bats from your property in a humane way without damaging the property or hurting the bat. Animal Control NYC can also help you with commercial or residential property cleaning after safely removing bats from your property. Disturbing the droppings releases dust particles containing the fungus into the air where they can disperse throughout a property. Inhalation of the dust from bat guano can lead to Histoplasmosis. This respiratory infection generally leads to flu-like symptoms, but in extreme cases can cause long term breathing problems and even death. Anyone is at risk for Histoplasmosis, especially the young, elderly, and immunocompromised. Every disturbance has the potential to release fungi which can then be inhaled by the cleaner or other members of the household. As professionals, our specialists use industry-standard safety equipment to protect themselves and intensive precautions to mitigate the spread of dust. An essential part of the cleaning process is to disturb as little of the debris as possible. No one wants to share their home or office with bats and infectious diseases. Call us today to see what we can do for you with bat exclusion services in Flushing, NY.
Our bat removal services are available in NYC, Brooklyn, Staten Island, Bronx, Queens, Long Island City & New Jersey. Call us at 646-741-4333 and let us handle your bat infestation problem in Flushing, NY. Animal Control NYC can handle any type of property for bat removal in Flushing, NY. We have highly trained bat removal experts who have been in the industry for many years. Animal Control NYC also has the services to clean and restore any damage afterward. Bats can be dangerous to your health and your property. Animal Control NYC is a 24-hour service, open 365 days a year. Bats in your home are not a problem you can ignore; you will need the right team and resources to perform bat exclusion.