It is important to remove all bats as soon as possible to eliminate the health risks associated with bats, threatening the safety of your family. A professional should always handle bat decontamination because of the specialized filtration equipment and necessary precautions required to safely remove guano without any negative health effects.
Before the decontamination process begins, Varmint Gone Anchorage will identify all entry points, evict any existing bats and seal holes after we are certain all bats have been properly removed from your home or business permanently. Next, we will professionally clean, decontaminate, sanitize, disinfect and deodorize the entire contaminated area including killing and removing all bat bugs.
The most common solution for safely removing bats from your home or business in Alaska is through the use of one-way tubes. One-way tubes are set at each entry point, then when bats leaves to feed in the evening they are unable to re-enter. Varmint Gone supports conservation practices and highly recommends installation of bat boxes on your property as an alternative residence for the bats in your area. Varmint Gone manufactures rough-sawn cedar roasting and brooding boxes which should be installed before the eviction process begins. However, in June and July, during birthing periods, juvenile bats may be present in the roosts. Under certain conditions, we cannot remove bats from properties due to federal protection laws if juvenile bats are present.
After over twenty eight years as a bat conservationist, Varmint Gone Founder, Keith Lange developed a revolutionary bat eviction scent, BAT GONE, It not only evicts bats naturally and safely but keeps them from wanting to return. Bat Gone is derived specifically from snake sheds of particular snakes that prey on bats. Although there are very few snakes in Alaska, migratory and non- migratory bats in Alaska still have a natural, evolutionary fear of snakes that have predated on them for hundreds of thousands of years.
Schedule an inspection with the specialists at Varmint Gone Anchorage to help you assess your bat situation.