The efficiency in which bats annihilate your local insect population is reflected in the visible by-product of their work. While often not objectional until several years of buildup or when a large colony (75 or more individuals) is present, it is best that the material be removed.
Routine guano removal should be approached with a degree of caution. A fungus sometimes found in bird and bat droppings can lead to a health condition known as histoplasmosis. Though not common in the northeast U.S., BCM takes precautions when working in these environments.
This operation usually takes only a few hours. It is best to schedule cleanup after an eviction, and after you are sure that bats are completely sealed out. Cost start at $500.00. Leave the dirty work to us and know that the job is professional and safe to the workers and homeowners.