Jacksonville Bat Control & Removal
|Jacksonville Bat Removal Specialists:
Bats are our #1 specialty. Owners Andrew and Austin are some of the top bat removal specialists in the state of Florida. Bat colony removal is a specialty task - it's often very complex, there's special laws and regulations regarding the control of bats, and Mike is an expert on bat behavior and bat colony removal from attics and buildings. The most common bats in the Jacksonville Bay area are the Mexican Free-Tail Bat and the Evening Bat. These bats live in large groups, or colonies. They love to live under barrel tiles and inside attics. These colonies can be as small as 30 members, but some number in the thousands. If left untreated, the colony size grows year by year until it is huge. Bats leave a huge amount of droppings inside a building, and the longer the group is there, the more the droppings accumulate. They can become a serious health hazard, not to mention the odor.
We have a 100% success rate with bat colony removals, and we guarantee our work. We safely remove the entire colony, and we do not harm any of the bats in the process. The whole group is safely excluded, and the entire building is bat-proofed to prevent any future entry ever. We also clean and decontaminate the droppings that they've left behind. We remove all of the guano, and fog the attic with a special cleaner designed to destroy all harmful molds and pathogens associated with bat droppings.
We perform bat removal from any building - from a small house, to large apartments, condos, office buildings, parking garages, hotels, and more. Sometimes we spend months on very large bat projects involving dozens of large buildings. No matter how big or small your bat problem, please call
Andrew and Austin, and we will solve your bat problem.
If you have any of the above problems or any other conflict or concern with Florida wildlife, give us a call at 904-414-4873. We are happy to listen to your problem, give you a price quote for a solution, and
schedule an appointment for same or next-day service. We operate in the greater Jacksonville area, and all of Duval and St. Johns Counties, from Saint Augustine, to Palm Valley, Orange Park,
Neptune Beach, Nassauville, and more. We handle squirrels, snakes, rats,
raccoons, bats, armadillos, and any nuisance wildlife critters.
You can email Wildlife Removal Services, Jax at: firstname.lastname@example.org.
One of our customer cases:
I am sooooo greatful for your services!! I am freaked out about the idea of a Bat. I don't know how you do what you do!!!
Anyway, I'm a nurse and I have a guy in Jacksonville who thinks he may have been bitten by a baby bat while on a job site. At first he thought it was a flying insect. He says he didn't really get a good look at it, but another one of his co-workers had been bitten by a bat on the same job site a week prior, and now it's got him worried. There are two puncture wounds that are evenly spaced apart. He said that the thing that bit him was about 2 inches long, maybe 3 at the most. So my question is, are there bats that live in New Mexico that are only 2-3 inches long? How plausible is it that what bit him was a bat?
My parents just killed a bat in their house (wrong I know). I was all keyed up after dodging a bat swooping around the house, so I started googling bat stuff and came across your web site. First thing that comes to my mind in regards to bats is rabies. Obviously, you must be vaccinated, correct?
- We got a colony of Free-Tail bats out of her house.
My name is John, I am the editor of Leader Newspapers in New Jersey. We are a weekly publication that serves 40,000 local residents. We are running an article about an increased number of bats in the local area, and was wondering if we might use some of your photography for our print and online versions. We would give you proper credit (either your company name or your personal name), but we were looking for free-of-charge photos, being that we're a news service.
Also, because the species of bat around here is big brown or little brown, I was wondering if you had any pics of them in particular. I love the picture of you holding up an evening bat on your web site, or perhaps you have others you might share with us.
Thanks so much. Our deadline is tomorrow.
- We gave him some of our
good photos to use.