Cities We Serve – Professional Bat Removal Help

Listed below are some of the cities where we either have a bat removal specialist or are looking for a reputable bat removal company that can provide quality work at a reasonable price. NOTE: There are some states and areas where we have a hard time finding bat removal professionals. Contact us anyway and we’ll do our best to try and find someone.

The company list has been updated for year 2020 – Before you hire any company to solve your bat problem, do your research! It can save you money, and more importantly, ensure that the job is done correctly. I would ask the following questions:

Describe your bat removal process.
The company should answer that they thoroughly inspect your whole house, including inside the attic (important), and then perform a live exclusion (the bats fly out of one-way netting or funnels), and seal up 100% of the entry holes.

Do you provide attic cleanup?
The answer should preferably be yes, or the ability to refer a company that can do cleanup. If doing cleanup, the company should provide before and after photos in your attic.

Do you guarantee your work?
The company should offer a written guarantee against any bats re-entering the building for a time span of at least 2 years. They should honor this guarantee.

Things to look out for:
NEVER hire a company that uses poisons or pesticides for bat control. In fact, if you hear that, email me or report that company to your state’s wildlife commission or the Environmental Protection Agency. Seriously! Also, NEVER hire a company that is willing to perform a bat exclusion during the bat birthing season. Same thing – contact authorities. Companies can do inspections and start pre-sealing during the bat birthing period, but never do the exclusion then.

In general, you want a person who has bat removal experience, who sounds nice and professional, who is properly licensed and insured. No company will be able to tell you a final price over the phone, because like auto repair, each job is very different. Some can give some sort of ballpark, but really, an inspection is necessary. Some companies offer free inspections, some don’t.

I have spent several years compiling a list of professional companies that I like. Click your city below. You can and should do your own research of course, but these are my picks for year 2019.

I personally recommend the companies listed on this site for bat removal in your city or town.holding a bat by its wings
— Wanda

Please don’t hold a bat like I am doing in the above photo, you will likely injure it. I have a very good reason for doing so. To learn more about me, the author of this website, at my about me page. If you want to do more research first before hiring a pro, go back to my main bats in attic home page.