Bats are a helpful member of our ecosystem, but they are a problem when they set up residence in a home. Bats will often make themselves at home in discrete areas, such as tree cavities, attics, chimneys, or caves. Some issues around a bat colony infestation include odor from their droppings, disturbance in their hiding area of the home, and troublesome swarms outside buildings.
A common carrier of rabies, coronaviruses, and other pathogens, North American bat species pose a health and safety risk. If you have been exposed to a bat, it is imperative to seek a medical evaluation and call your local wildlife authorities for a professional to remove the bat(s) itself. As for the nest removal, trust a professional pest control service to safely evict these nocturnal creatures in a way that protects both the animal and your home.