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Pipestone

Pipestone

Pipestone, MN. Many people who hear this might draw a blank. If you live in Pipestone, you know it’s more than another small town in Minnesota.

One of the most popular attractions in the area is the Pipestone National Monument. This unique place is responsible for the catlinite that makes ceremonial pipes that Native Americans throughout the region rely on.

There is something else that relies on the area: bats. Many varieties of bats call the Central Plains home. Pipestone is no exception. Bats love the area, and especially attics and businesses throughout Pipestone.

Having bats call your house or business home is not all bad. Bats are vital to our ecosystem. However, just because they’re helpful doesn’t mean you want an uninvited roommate.

If you think you have bats, call Central Plains Bat Removal today. We will come to your home or business in Pipestone for a free inspection. You will know what we find and how we plan to take care of it before you have to pay a cent.

Central Plains Bat Removal has the experience you need and a reputation you can trust. Call us today.

Bats in Pipestone, MN

If you have a home or business in Pipestone, you have probably seen a bat. If you haven’t seen one, you likely know someone who has dealt with bats in their attic.

While many people are scared of bats, there is no reason for you to be. Bats have a bad rap that they haven’t earned.

Many people think bats will drink your blood and potentially give you rabies. Both of these things are extremely rare.

Of the thousands of species of bats, only three types are considered vampire bats. These three types of bats that drink blood prefer warmer climates, like Mexico and South America. They also prefer large livestock and typically don’t go after humans.

Bats also do not get rabies any more frequently than other mammals. All mammals can contract diseases. You are not more likely to get rabies from a bat than from your neighbor’s pet.

However, it would be best if you always avoided handling bats. They are protected and need to be treated that way.

Beyond not being dangerous to you, bats are essential to our ecosystem. Bat diets help humans in many ways. Bats pollinate many of our favorite foods, like bananas and mangoes. Many bats eat fruit then drop seeds in new areas. These new growths are more likely to survive out of the shadow of their parent tree.

If a bat doesn’t eat fruit, it likely eats bugs and insects. In fact, bats eat so many insects that they are a huge help to farmers. Bats save farmers billions of dollars each year by eliminating the need for so many pesticides.

Do You Have Bats?

If you see a bat in your home or business in Pipestone, or think you might have bats, you don’t have anything to be afraid of. Bats are nocturnal, so they mostly sleep during the day. Because they are awake at night, they need a safe and quiet place to roost when the sun is up.

Enter your attic, barn, or business. Bats want to feel safe and ensure their young are protected while they sleep during the day.

Because bats are most active at dusk and dawn, they are not often seen by humans. You might be lucky enough to see them outside when they are leaving or coming back, but they are hard to see at night and are in their roost during the day.

Bat colonies range greatly in size. Some might only be a few, while others can have millions. If you have bats on your property, it likely is a manageable size, though.

The best way to see if you have bats is to look for their droppings, called guano. Bats hang while they sleep, and their poop falls to the floor below them. You will see or smell their guano. Too much guano is an added weight to your attic you do not want, plus it is unsanitary.

You might also hear slight squeaking or scratching sounds. Sometimes, you may even see bats in your home or business. If you see them, you never want to touch them. Bats are endangered and need to be handled by professionals. 

Call Central Plains Bat Removal if you think you have a bat infestation in your home or business in Pipestone.

Call Central Plains Bat Removal

At Central Plains Bat Removal, we have years of experience working with customers in Minnesota and throughout the area. We have served communities in South Dakota, Nebraska, and Iowa, as well. 

We know how important bats are to our ecosystem and take extreme caution when handling them. We only use the safest and most humane methods. We take great care to keep the bats safe and your home protected.

We strive to keep our environmental footprint as small as possible. We find bats a new home in nature where they can thrive so you can get your home back to normal. After we exclude bats from your home, we ensure they can’t make their way back in.

You have worked hard to make your house your home or your business a success. Let us make sure your unwanted roommates are safely removed, so your home or business is yours again. 

Bats are not dangerous, but they don’t belong in your home or business in Pipestone. Call Central Plains Bat Removal for a free quote today.

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