Bats aren’t just in belfry anymore. That’s where we come in! We help homeowners enjoy a bat- and disease-free home by ethically removing them.

If you want to take back your home from invasive wildlife, we’ll do our part to ethically removal bats safely and for good.

The key to banning these pests from your attic or roof is to have a plan in place to fortify from any winged intruders.

Why are bats a problem?

While bats are an essential part of the ecosystem, they can be difficult to deal with if they are nesting on your property. Bats like to roost in dark, high places. Naturally, attics, crawl spaces and chimneys can be enticing for them, especially if there are no other options available.

When bats make a house out of your home they can cause a great deal of damage. They can get into your wiring, leave unsightly grease spots with their excrement, exude a terrible odor, and can potentially carry pests and diseases.

The Best Solution for Both Sides

Though it may seem like an easy solution to hire and exterminator or try to remove the bats yourself, you may run into more problems. In Pennsylvania, it is illegal to kill bats in buildings due to their dropping numbers.

Regardless, if the bats were to be exterminated, there would still be a place for new bats to inhabit. Additionally, catch-and-remove strategies aren’t the best long-term solution since bats can find their way back from over 400 miles away. The best, most humane and permanent solution is bat exclusion, finding an alternate roost, and fortifying your home against future infestations.

Timing is Everything

If you want to remove bats safely from your home without risking any additional issues, the most ideal time to do it is July through October. Attempting to remove the bats any other time can lead to more serious problems, as bats tend to have young during that time or can be in hibernation.

Blocking out female bats can mean flightless baby pups inside. Mothers will attempt to reach their pups and may become more difficult to deal with, while the scent of dead animal can create more problems.

Fortifying your Home

The optimal way to protect your home against nuisance wildlife is to fortify your home. Inspect the exterior and interior for possible access points. Observe where bats may be roosting; watch where them at dusk as they vacate from their hiding spots.

Make a list of the necessary repairs that need to be made to your home. Check the following areas:

- Roof and shingles
- Chimney
- Eaves
- Siding
- Open vents

Before making any necessary changes, call the professionals to be sure you have the right tools to get rid of your bat problem for good.


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