This one is a little more recent and performed for a retired home builder well versed in construction, sales and materials. He built this home stick by stick and is nobody's patsy.
But before I proceed, let me give you the background on which bat work is performed in Georgia, or that is was performed until our beknighted Department of Natural Resources gave free reign to bat killers. We still have on the books laws that provide for absolute protection to all members of the Chiroptera (bat) family and in oder to protect the young bat pups during the time they are to young to fly we have/had what we referred to as the "blackout period" where no bat is to be excluded from a home (save for the single adult without offspring) without prior approval from the state. To obtain this approval one must first determine the species of bat, the number of bats, the sex of the bats, the location of the bats, the activity of the bats and then report the same on a state provided form. By the law and the rules we NWCOs play by this form is an absolute must or it was at the time this incident occurred. The state has since surrendered to those unwilling to play by even the simplest of rules and has abolished even the simplest of reporting prior to evicting and orphaning of bats even though the blanket protection remains on the books.
Well back to the story, this nice gentleman was referred to me by his pest control service of twenty years and it was only upon there suggestion that I was the best man for the job that he even agreed to pay my fee just to come out and give him a quote. In this business you learn quickly to not only pre qualify your clients but to also get paid to burn gas if your a straight shooter, there are ways to offset this but my pillow is awful soft and I sleep well.