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Bat Wildlife Control

Why Exclude Bats?

Bats can’t be killed because they’re protected under federal law. Excluding bats refers to the process of preventing bats from accessing or re-entering a structure, such as a home or building, while ensuring their safety. This typically involves identifying and sealing off entry points that bats use to gain access to the interior of a building, such as gaps, cracks, or openings in the roof, walls, or eaves.

Bats, while beneficial for ecosystems, can pose health hazards when they roost in homes or buildings. Their feces, known as guano, can accumulate and lead to unpleasant odors, property damage, and the transmission of diseases such as histoplasmosis. It’s important to address bat infestations promptly to mitigate these risks.

Our Comprehensive Services:

Thorough Bat Inspections: Our experienced team conducts detailed inspections to identify bat entry and exit points, determine roosting locations, and assess the extent of the infestation. We prioritize understanding your unique situation to tailor our approach accordingly.

Bat-Proofing: Using humane methods, we seal off entry points and implement bat-proofing measures to prevent future infestations. Our goal is to create a secure environment for your property while ensuring bats can safely find alternative roosting sites.

Convenient Scheduling: We offer flexible scheduling options and strive to accommodate your needs. Whether you require same-day service or prefer to schedule an appointment at your convenience, we’re here to assist you.

Don't let bat infestations compromise your property's safety and sanitation. Schedule a consultation to address your bat exclusion needs promptly.

Bat Colony Control Helps You Avoid Disease in your Area

Wildlife Pest Control Services is your local specialist in bat colony removal and control. Bats are mammals. As a result, they can expose people to diseases such as histoplasmosis, rabies, and a pest known as bat bugs. This can happen in a home or a business. After a thorough inspection, we can determine if we can work with your structure to exclude the bat colony and clean out the guano, if needed. We can also do basic repairs to seal the structure and prevent bat re-entry. However, any major construction work should be performed by a certified local contractor. For more detailed information on bat control, visit our sister site, Let Wildlife Pest Control Services eliminate your wildlife concerns. Schedule your appointment, or call today!

The following are just a few of the many pests and wildlife types that we can take care of for you:

More Than 40 Years of Expertise in Pest and Wildlife Control.