Before You Cry “Bat Bug!” Call Barnes Wildlife Control’s Bat Bug Removal Service Today!
A Hungry Bat Bug Will Settle For A Human Meal That’s Close By
Bat bugs and bed bugs are in the same insect family classification and look extremely similar. In fact, in many cases, the only way to tell the two apart is through microscopic examination. Bat bugs and bed bugs are often mistaken for one another but differ in their behavior. Bat bugs primarily live near bat colonies, hiding in small gaps, cracks, and crevices. If the host bat colony is excluded or dies out, bat bugs are known to move closer to humans and take up residence in the typical bed bug areas like dresser drawers, linen closets, and mattresses. Bat bugs will feed on humans when a bat colony is removed, but there is little effect on humans beyond the level of annoyance.
Bat bugs are moderately common in the midwest US and are found in houses and buildings that harbor bats. Infestations in human dwellings are usually introduced by bats carrying the bugs on their skin.
Why Choose Barnes Bat Bug Removal Service For Your Insect Control Needs?
We aim to stay two steps ahead of the game at all times. Barnes Wildlife Control employees use the nation’s leading products and most advanced removal methods. Our technicians are well-trained and make a point to continue their education. Our team attends national seminars and completes extracurricular coursework so that we can provide our customers the best possible service.
Important Things To Know About Bat Bugs
You might think you know everything there is to know about bat bugs. For example, they like to feed on your blood while you sleep, they cause red itchy bumps, and they’re hard to exterminate. But these little parasites hide many secrets. Check out these seven interesting facts about bat bugs.
- Bat bugs are found most commonly in close proximity to an active bat colony
- Bat bugs are blood-feeding parasites
- If a bat colony dies out or is excluded, bat bugs can survive in hibernation for up to 12 months without food
- Bat bugs can feed on humans but cannot reproduce without access to bat blood
- Although bats can carry many diseases, bat bugs are not known to transmit any diseases to humans
- Bat bugs and bed bugs look very similar and, often times, microscopic identification is needed
- If you have bat bugs, you either currently have or recently had a bat colony in your home
COMMON BAT BUG QUESTIONS AND ANSWERS
Barnes Wildlife Control Answer Some Of Our Clients Most Common Bat Bug Question
Q - Do they bite?
Q – Does this mean I have bats?
Q – What diseases do they carry?
Q – Will they breed in my house?
Q – Is a bat bug treatment safe to be around?
How Barnes Wildlife Control’s Bat Bug Removal Service Treats Bat Bugs
Once the insects in question are identified as bat bugs, the real work begins. To truly rid a home of bat bugs, the food source must be removed and the bat colony excluded to halt the breeding cycle.
Once the bat colony is removed, remaining guano and soiled insulation must be removed. These provide bat bugs a place to hibernate. Our highly-trained, professional pest removal team uses the top treatments on the market. We may use a variety of aerosols, fogging chemicals, dusting agents, and contact killing insecticides to rid your home of bat bugs. Barnes Wildlife Control is Ohio’s top pest removal company. Call today at (937) 340-1867 for expert bat bug control service!
Barnes Wildlife Control’s Bat Bug Removal Service techs sealing a Beavercreek home for bats.