Florida Bat Control, LLC

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Professional Bat Removal Company

After the Inspection: Removing the Bats

The three images to the right are major signs of a bat problem. Not all homes tell a story like this one. Many times it is important to have a home inspected by a bat removal professional (not a pest control company). We know what to look for and can make the bat removal process a success with out harming the bats, you, or your home. 

Now that the inspection is complete it is time to get rid of the bats. All of our bat removal jobs are done through a safe and humane exclusion.  Not it's time to understand the exclusion and how to get rid of bats

Bats in the Attic

Bat Guano in the Attic

The Inspection Process

  1. Perimeter Check: A walk around the home locating the layout of the home and potential entry points.

  2. Attic Inspection: It is important this is done to locate entry points you wouldn't see from the outside and determine if there are damages or potential health risk. 

  3. Roof and Chimney Inspection: This is key to locate the actual point of entry and determine other proofing areas to prevent the return of bats or other nuisance wildlife. 

  4. The write up: We will give you a full written inspection checklist along with an itemized price list to exclude any existing bat, bird, or other nuisance wild animal. 

  5. Walk through: After our inspection is complete we will walk you through our recommendations to complete your wildlife exclusion and prevention. 

Note: If you have already paid a service fee to another company, we offer free competitive bids to get rid of the bats. You must have the estimate so we know you have already paid a service fee. You don't need to pay several inspection fees to get the right quote. Our estimates are very competitive with most companies and often less expensive.

Bat Guano on the Roof

At Florida Bat Control, LLC we provide full service home inspection to identify your nuisance bat problem. If you have bats in your attic we will locate the bat colony and the entry point. We will give a written explanation of the problem identified along with an itemized price list of all the necessary repairs needed to solve your bat problem. Home inspections include; roof, attic, perimeter, foundation, chimney, and overview of your home and wildlife problem. Average inspection takes 30-40 minutes depending on the style of home. Often times services can be provided at the time of the inspection if there is enough time to provide full service with out being rushed. It is very important to make sure all repairs are done thoroughly to prevent reentry of the bats. All or a portion of the service and inspection fees are applied towards the total cost of your live bat exclusion. Free competitive bids will be provided for certain areas depending on drive time and length of inspection. Prices very home to home depending on the number of repairs needed, style of home, pitch of roof, and an over all hardness of the job.

Florida Bat Inspections

Where Are the Bats Getting in to My Home?