Wisconsin Bat Removal
This is a comprehensive list of Wisconsin bat removal and bat control companies. These companies follow best practices when performing Wisconsin bat removal, bat proofing, bat guano removal and disposal, and bat bug treatment and extermination if needed.
We ask that all bat removal companies in Wisconsin operate in accordance with NWCOA Bat Standards, remove bats humanely, and don’t remove bats during the bat birthing season.
All bat removal companies in Wisconsin should be properly licensed, guarantee their work, and carry required levels of liability and workers’ compensation insurance.
We try to ensure that all Wisconsin bat removal companies appearing on this website are the area’s best local company for getting rid of bats.
If you have bats in your attic, a bat in your house, or bats in your home’s vents, give us a call for Wisconsin bat control and removal.
Our Wisconsin bat removal companies are experts at getting rid of bats in Wisconsin and keeping them out.
Bat Guano Removal In Wisconsin
Bat guano may contain the Histoplasmacapsulatum fungal spores. Inhalation of these spores can cause a lung illness called Histoplasmosis.
Bat guano removal in Wisconsin should only be performed by companies with the training and equipment needed for safe removal and disposal.
Bat Bug Removal In Wisconsin
Bat bugs are closely related to bed bugs. Bat bugs, like bed bugs, are parasites that feed on the blood of their host. They so closely resemble one another that enhanced magnification is needed to make a positive identification.
Bat bug extermination and treatment in Wisconsin should only be performed by trained professionals.
Bat Control In Wisconsin
Bat control in Wisconsin can be difficult at times. There are many different techniques and approaches that can be utilized depending on your particular bat removal needs. We recommend only using Wisconsin bat removal professionals to get rid of your bats.
Bat Diseases In Wisconsin
Bats like other mammals are associated with certain diseases that may be transferable to humans. The main problems associated with bats are rabies, histoplasmosis, bat bugs, and the damaged caused by allowing bats to remain in Wisconsin structures.