Bat Exclusion

Bat droppings are highly toxic if inhaled and can cause histoplasmosis which is a fungal disease of the lungs and can be fatal. Do not attempt to clean or remove these droppings without full Tyvek suits and respirators.

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New Jersey and Eastern Pennsylvania are home to several species of bats.

The most common species are the small and large brown bats.  These bats often find themselves inside of homes where they now have become a pest.  Breeding colonies can range from a few individuals to over 300 bats.

Marriott Termite and Pest Control has been humanely evicting bats from structures in New Jersey and Pennsylvania for over 8 years.

Bats are a beneficial species but when they take up refuge in your home or business they can cause a health hazard.

Marriott Termite and Pest Control provides Bat Exclusion and Guano Removal services

A single bat can eat more that 1000 insects an hour and typically feed for 3 to 4 hours a night.  That’s over 3,000 to 4,000 insects a night per bat! 

Bats are a protected species in both New Jersey and Pennsylvania and can not legally be harmed or killed.  The only way to get bats out of your home is by excluding them.


From mid June until the end of August bats may not be evicted from a property due to their young which remain in the roosting area until the end of August.

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