Need bat removal in your hometown? We service over 500 USA locations! Click here to hire us in your town and check prices - updated for year 2020.
The term bat extermination isn't really a fair term. Bats aren't like insect pests, and they aren't really exterminated. An exterminator is someone who kills something, typically insect pests, often through the use of poison sprays. Bats are not dealt with in this manner. You wouldn't call an insect killing extermination company to take care of a bat problem. If you need bats removed from your home or building or attic, you need a professional wildlife control expert with experience in bats to solve the issue, not a bat exterminating company.
This is a photo of a bats roosting in an attic. They should be safely removed from the building, and allowed to live on as the beneficial creatures they are. Once a professional removes them, it will stop the problems that the animal was causing for the property, problems such as noise, sanitation issues, biohazard, and the discomfort they can cause. Wildlife management and control is different from extermination, so if you want a pro to come and take care of your bat situation, call one of the experts listed. Please do not hire anyone posing as a bat extermination company. They are likely operating illegally, and such a practice is silly, ineffective, and unethical. Exterminators know how to spray poison and kill - there's no such thing as bat poison, not legal, and not registered. For more information, also read my pages about the ineffectiveness of bat repellents and bat trapping.
Why is it illegal to exterminate bats with fumigant or poison? It is illegal to kill bats because most species are necessary to the environment and reproduce too slowly to repopulate the roost quickly. If you kill bats, insect populations would surge and wipe out plants. You might not realize it, but because of how intimidated people are by bats, killing them would be common practice if it were allowed. There is no reason to kill bats. If you have a large population in your home or building, the best thing you can do is exclude them. By installing a one way door on the building bats are able to leave but not return. They are forced to choose a new roost site. The main complication to this has to do with baby bats. Roosting clusters are often female bats getting ready to give birth. It is advisable to wait until the young are big enough to leave the building too. Waiting will mean that you do not have frantic mother bats outside and starving baby bats inside. Of all the nuisance animals that enter your home, the bat is one of the least destructive. It is only their waste material that can cause potential issues.
AAAnimal Control is a professional nuisance wildlife control company located in Orlando, FL. We offer solutions to wildlife problems throughout the Greater Orlando Florida area, and specialize in bat control. We offer professional bat control & removal for the entire state of Florida. For more info, go back to the bat removal page. Wildlife services include animal trapping, capture & removal, plus animal damage repairs and preventative measures. We also offer biological cleanup and many other services. Give us a call at 407-729-6946 any time to discuss your wildlife management issue and schedule an appointment. You can always browse this site for more details and info, and you can even check out prices ahead of time. If you live elsewhere in the US and have found this site and need a local trapper in your area, click here for a nationwide list of 100's of professional bat removal experts.