Washington Bat Removal
608 259 6515
If you live in Washington and find yourself experiencing scratching or squeaking noises coming from the walls or attic, notice bat guano on the siding or around your home, catching a distinct odor coming from random areas of your home, or plainly experiencing a bat sighting within your living quarters, you may be in need of a bat removal. County Animal Control has the most up to date equipment in Washington to humanely resolve your bat removal issues. Keeping safety in mind, we promptly assist you in any of your bat removal issues that you may have in Washington. The two species of bats we encounter ourselves with most while servicing bat removal work in Washington are the “Little Brown Bat” and the “Big Brown Bat”. As we encounter these two species through many bat removal jobs we find the two species are extremely similar in appearance but can differ in activity and of course given by their names, the two species of bats differ by size. Both species of Washington bats have a tendency to stray outside of their natural habitats, and welcome themselves into the homes of those residing in Washington, and that’s where we come in and resolve with our bat removal services. In many bat removal cases here in Washington, there are obvious signs that can verify you are in need of bat removal, and there are also plenty of cases where it’s completely unknown you even have bats! Some of the obvious signs that can verify you need bat removal work can be scratching and high pitched squeaking noises in the walls, little black specs of waste (guano) spattered all over the siding of your house, and one for certain, a bat flying through your living room! If you live in Washington and have bats occupying your home or building it would be a great idea to start thinking about what you can do for bat removal work. If you allow it to, a bat issue can only worsen due to the size of the colony growing larger by the season. Aside from the growth of the colony each year, the accumulation of the bat waste can have a rapid growth as well. These Brown bats in Washington are constantly dropping their guano and urine. This accumulation of bat guano and urine can be of hazard to ones health, and should be treated with special attention, after a bat removal has been completed. County Animal Control services bat removal work and bat restoration work for those troubling with such cases in Washington.
Call 608 259 6515 to get started on your Washington Bat Removal!
For bat removal in Washington and any of the following cities of La Crosse County:
Bangor, Brice Prairie, Burr Oak, Barre Mills, Burns, Calvert, Cold Springs, Council Bay, Grand Crossing, French Island, Holmen, La Crosse, Herrington, Holiday Heights, Maple Grove, Medary, Middle Ridge, Midway, North La Crosse, Onalaska, Rockland, Saint Joseph, West Salem, Mindoro, New Amsterdam, Newberg Corners, Shelby, Stevenstown, West La Crosse, Campbell, Farmington, Greenfield, Hamilton, Holland, Washington, Burns Corners
Call 608 259 6515 for professional bat removal services.
Though winter is here, you can still be proactive with your bat removal issues. If you are experiencing bat issues at any time of the year, we can help! Bat removal and bat prevention work should not be procrastinated and should be taken very seriously as the issue can only worsen. Call County Animal Control for your first step toward eradicating your bat removal issue. 608-259-6515 for Bat removal services.