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Fayetteville Bat Removal

Fayetteville Bat Control by United Bat Control, Incorporated

Fayetteville Bat Removal has been specializing in removing bats with professional bat exclusion experts since 1998. The Fayetteville Bat Removal experts have vast experience in operating in commercial buildings, industrial complexes and every residential neighborhood in the Fayetteville, North Carolina area.

Fayetteville Bat Removal has been removing bats from homes and commercial buildings since 1998 and is still actively helping families and businesses today in 2015 and will be doing so in 2016 as well. If you have a Fayetteville, North Carolina problem with a single bat or a bat colony in your neighborhood, we can assist you in the removal of the Fayetteville bat in the most humane way possible. We understand that Fayetteville North Carolina bats are very important to our planet and the Great State of North Carolina. We are doing everything in our control to make sure that once removed from a Fayetteville dwelling the bats are safe, healthy, find a new home and keep the North Carolina ecological system balanced.

Fayetteville Bat Removal utilizes our patented devises enabling us to humanely exclude Fayetteville bat colonies numbering from a few bats in number to thousands of bats, sometimes as big as the State of North Carolina! After a proper Fayetteville North Carolina bat exclusion is performed it is necessary to bat proof a Fayetteville structure so that the bats’ colonies cannot return. The Fayetteville ecological materials that are used to bat proof a North Carolina structure are applied in a professional manner so as to conform to the aesthetics of your Fayetteville structure.

Fayetteville Bat Removal provides multi-year warranties to protect you against a re-infestation.

Fayetteville Bat Control

Fayetteville bats serve an important role in North Carolina. Fayetteville bats are responsible for eating a significant amount of Fayetteville insects and this is extremely beneficial to the city of Fayetteville, North Carolina. Yet, if your Fayetteville home or building has a bat living in it, Fayetteville bats roosting around humans or animal pets is a major health risk for your family. Fayetteville bats around homes with Fayetteville children create unacceptable risks for bat bites or exposure to harmful bat guano.

When Fayetteville bats are found in your home or commercial building they need to be removed immediately. Rabies becomes our number one concern in Fayetteville with bat roosting. It is a Fayetteville bat virus that is spread by the saliva of infected bat that is in the last stages of the disease. Usually Fayetteville rabies are passed on through a Fayetteville bite.

The Tadarida Brasiliensis is the most common bats found in Fayetteville, North Carolina. This Fayetteville North Carolina Bat is also known as the Mexican Free-tail bat. The Fayetteville Bat is the official "flying mammal" of the state of North Carolina!


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