About Bats

The primary cause for requesting an exclusion is because of staining on buildings, the build-up of significant guano deposits (droppings) and the odor emanating from such deposits, as well as from the urine and the bats themselves.

Although there are health concerns relating to bat infestations, the primary cause for requesting an exclusion is because of staining on buildings, the build-up of significant guano deposits (droppings) and the odor emanating from such deposits, as well as from the urine and the bats themselves. Unlike rodents, bats do not chew through the fabric of the buildings. However, the urea in their waste products is very corrosive and can of itself do damage over time.

batdamageBats have a gland that secretes oil to condition their fur. When entering a building, they will often rub against it, leaving a stain