There are 15 different species of bats that call Tennessee home, of which only 6 of those are commonly found in attics or buildings. Bats are the only mammal that can truly fly. Depending on the species their color can range from brown to gray. The wings of bats are supported by the bones of the arm with the wing membranes extending down along its side and connected to the legs. A bats feet are small and not good for climbing but uniquely perfect for clinging to structures allowing them to hang upside down. Bats are insectivorous meaning they eat insects, and can actually consuming their entire body weight every night.
Problems and Damage
Bats can harm the construction of your home alongside the siding of your home and your indoor living space. Bats can make openings while endeavoring to enter a home. Bats are known to have associations with specific infections and creepy crawlies that can represent a critical danger to the strength of you, your family, and even your pets.
Prevention and Exclusions
To keep bats from invading your home, Complete Animal Removal can inspect your home to be sure that there are no bats present, afterwords we can identify and seal up any potential entry points using heavy duty materials strong enough to withstand unwanted animals from regaining access into your home.
If you've found that bats have invaded your home or property, always contact a professional for assistance. Bats are protected in Tennessee and have a blackout period from April 15th to August 15th where bats can not be removed from a structure. Complete Animal Removal offers professional removal assistance. Our Wildlife Specialist are trained on bat identification and behavior. After approval from TWRA, our Wildlife Specialist will follow all state and federal guidelines by safely installing bat one ways for humane removal riding your home of unwanted bats.