Bat Control Products
Get Rid of Bats with Bat Control Products from Nixalite
Find bat netting and bat exclusion products to deny access and repel bats and other pest animals. Batcones let them leave but won't let them back in. Use spikes and netting to deny access, CopperBlocker to seal up entry and exit points.
Bats can fly at speeds reaching 60 mph and can eat up to 1,200 mosquitoes in an hour, often consuming their body weight in insects every night. Rabies is perhaps the most well known disease associated with bats although Histoplasmosis is another disease associated with these flying mammals. Its symptoms vary greatly, but the disease primarily affects the lungs.
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Defender Dryer Vent Guards
Defender Dryer Vent Bird Guards stop birds, squirrels, rodents and other pests from living in your dryer exhaust vents. An easy to clean barrier that minimizes lint accumulation. Made in the USA from heavy gauge zinc coated steel then is powder coated for further durability. (Hardware is not included).
Dryer Vent Guards
Stops persistent birds, squirrels and other pests from living in exhaust vents. Fits over most 3 and 4 inch dryer/bathroom vents. Made in the USA from white, powder coated stainless steel wire mesh. Use screws to install (not supplied).
PVC Termination Vent Screen
Prevent wildlife, leaves and debris from getting into your PVC exhaust vent pipes. Easily attaches to standard PVC pipe fitting flange.(not included) Available in 2", 3", 4" and 6" sizes.
Batcone Wildlife Excluders
Batcone Excluders are easy to install, safe, humane, reusable and recyclable. Professional Exclusion Products for Bats, Birds, Rats and More.
SolaTrim Pest Barrier
The SolaTrim Pest Barrier is an all-weather, long lasting pest, bird and debris abatement system designed to prevent Pigeons and Rodents from nesting under or damaging residential solar panel system arrays.
More than half of the bat species in the United States are in severe decline or listed as endangered. Bats can live to be more than 30 years old. Most bats feed on insects, while others eat fruit, fish or even blood!