Welcome to Pest Animal Removal McKinney! We are a wildlife removal company servicing McKinney, TX. Wildlife removal is as much of an art as it is a skill. There are companies that use such things as poisons and live traps that they claim are effective, but these are brute force choices which can often have as many negative consequences as it can positive ones. Instead, it takes a skilled group of people who are true artists in this craft, and this is what we have put together to assist you with your wildlife removal needs. We aren't an exterminator or pest control company. Instead, we safely remove wild animals from your home, business, or other property. We get them out using state-of-the-art, effective techniques that have been proven over time. It doesn't matter what kind of animal you have, we have the staff and the method that will do the job every time. This includes capturing and removing such animals as bats, raccoons, skunks, snakes, rodents, and about every other animal in between. We do it humanely and we do it at a cost you can afford. Our group of artists are courteous and respectful of our clients. You matter to us. You are a part of our family, and you are treated like that. You will receive a written estimate of any costs involved, and we guarantee that cost. We also guarantee our work. We stand behind our service. You can choose one of the other companies in the area and receive brute force options that may work, or you can come to the best. We have technicians on duty 24 hours a day to assist you. Call us now! Call us now at 469-663-2459 for your McKinney wildlife control needs.
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Perhaps you are looking for a method to eliminate the bats in your McKinney house to stay away from the health and safety risks. With the different methods available, only few are recommended by the government authority. This is due to the fact that lethal methods are not approved under the law. Additionally, lethal methods will not deliver the result that you are hoping for.
Reasons Why It Is Not Recommended to Poison Bats
With the humane methods available, you will be able to stay away from your Texas bat infestation. You simply have to install an exclusion funnel and allow the bats to fly out of your property. Nonetheless, there are only specific period that you are allowed to use exclusion devices. You should ask you local wildlife center to familiarize yourself on your local laws with regards to bats. However, for those who will choose to get rid of bats using poisons, they will encounter numerous issues.
There Are No Poisons Designed for McKinney Bats
The bats are not categorized as insects. There are no poisons that are manufactured or intended for Texas bats. This means that it would be difficult for you to find a poison that is suitable to end your bat infestation. You will probably use rodenticide or insecticide. This will not be able to kill every bat in your house. Those that were not killed can easily form their colony after one or two nesting seasons. Most of the poisoned bats will crawl in the obscure areas of your house to die.
This Will Lead to a Secondary Problem
As we mentioned above, poisoning bats will not solve your problems. In fact, it will only lead to other problems such as the suffocating odor that will permeate your house. A dying bat will prefer to leave their colony and look for the inconspicuous area to die. This means that looking for their dead body would be a trouble. Few hours after its death, the body will enter a state of decomposition. During that time, it will release an obnoxious scent. The dead body of the bat will not only make your house uncomfortable, it also leads to health and safety hazards.
It is Illegal
Bats are beneficial to our environment. They can control the population of the Texas insects that eat crops and cause diseases. Apart from that, 6 of them are currently in the endangered list. This is why killing them would be unlawful. In fact, even trapping them is considered illegal. Those who poisoned bats will have to pay tens of thousands of dollars and 6-month imprisonment.
Poison is considered an indiscriminate killer. You will be exposing your McKinney pets and kids to the same danger. Expect that the authorities will knock on your door to probe the incident. If you want to stay away from the legal problems, follow the instructions set by the local authorities. This will help you find a better solution to your problem and completely get rid of the bats while staying in compliance with the existing policy.