Singapore Bat Removal/Cleanup – Humane Wildlife Pest Control Services Launched

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Wildlife Pest Control Singapore (+65-9815-4915) has expanded its array of bat removal options, helping clients across Singapore to safely clear their properties of wild fruit bats and unsanitary droppings.

The local company announces the expansion as the latest in a series of moves aimed at improving national access to professional pest control services.

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The new expansion brings modern bat repellant and removal options to homeowners across Singapore. Wildlife Pest Control specializes in providing non-harmful solutions to help keep clients and wildlife safe during and after its services. This way, the company seeks to preserve the ecosystem while preventing pests from returning to the home or property of their clients.

Although fruit bats rarely pose significant health threats to humans on their own, their droppings can cause diseases such as histoplasmosis. As such, it’s essential that invading bats are swiftly driven away and further deterred from entering residential properties. The Singapore pest control professionals are equipped to clean up after bats following their humane removal.

Clients will benefit from the company’s commitment to providing custom removal options tailored to each unique set of circumstances. With the understanding that every wildlife or pest situation carries its own risks and factors to consider, the company carries out thorough evaluations of cases before identifying optimal solutions.

In bat control situations, the company’s certified team strives to remove lingering traces of scents in order to ensure that client premises will remain bat-free for an extended period of time.

A company spokesperson cites the example of a successful bat removal job, carried out for a previous client.

“Our founder, Jack Pang went personally to conduct a pest control inspection. He found that the fruit bats were attracted by neighboring fruit trees with overarching branches extending into the gardens. He then crafted a customized solution for the bat problem. After pruning the branches, he cleaned the walls before chemically spraying them to deter the bats from returning.”

With the latest announcement, Wildlife Pest Control Singapore continues to support residences throughout the country in the fight against dangerous, unsanitary, or otherwise disturbing pests. The professionals are also able to help clients with rodents, snakes, bees, crows, cockroaches, pigeons, mosquitos, and more.

Interested parties throughout Singapore are invited to visit for more information about the national wildlife professionals and their expert bat control services.

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