Bat Removal Plymouth MNIn Plymouth, Minnesota, bats are a constant complaint for home and business owners. While seven species of bats are known for taking to the night sky in Plymouth, MN, two of these species are known for making space in your attics, chimneys, and vents. At Minnesota Wild Animal Management, Inc., we are your professional bat removal company in Plymouth, Minnesota. If you think you may have bats, call us today.

Why are Bats Unsafe?

Bats can pose serious health risks to the people and pets in your home. These pests are notoriously known for carrying and transmitting disease. One of the most well-known, deadly diseases that bats can carry is rabies. While some people think it’s only if you’ve been bitten by a bat, Emergency Departments will treat you for rabies even if you just come in close contact with them. Another disease that bats tend to carry and pass onto their fellow inhabitants is Histoplasmosis. This is released through bat guano, or bat feces, and the spores that it contains.

How Do Bats Invade?

Some people describe bats as rats with wings. They can fit into the smallest cracks and holes, as small as ⅜ of an inch. They also are known for multiplying quickly. This means bats in your attics, walls, eves or chimney become a big issue. So, it’s no surprise that only a professional can remove the bats and keep them out for good. If you have bats, the faster you get them out, the less time you will need to spend on cleaning and sanitizing your home.

Bat Removal in Plymouth Minnesota

When you call our professionals at Minnesota Wild Animal Management, Inc., you will receive efficient, quality service. We will come out to your home at a time that is most convenient for you and assess your bat issues. There are never any hidden fees or charges during our process. We will let you know the cost up front and then get to work on bat removal. Once the bats are gone, we will clean and sanitize the area so that you can once again feel safe in your home. Lastly, we will take steps to improve your home and prevent bats from returning once again. We are so confident in the work we perform that we offer a four-year warranty, the strongest in the pest industry.

For more information about bat removal in Plymouth, Minnesota, give Minnesota Wild Animal Management, Inc., a call today. Contact us at (651) 260-7378.

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To Our Valued Clients,

Our employees and our customers are our top priority, and we are doing everything we can to ensure the health and safety of each.

As deemed by the Minnesota State Government and the MN Dept of Health, we are a essential business, and will remain open and in full operation.

In addition to our standard levels of sterilization and disinfection between each customer visit, our technicians are disinfecting themselves and equipment throughout the day.

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