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Richmond Virginia Bat Removal Specialists In Virginia

Richmond Virginia Bat Removal brings you Virginia Professional Wildlife Removal Services, LLC.  As a local, full-service wildlife control company we take pride in specializing in the removal of bats from homes & businesses in Richmond, Virginia. We guarantee our work with a 1-2 year warranty, based on the structure. We handle all Richmond bat removal projects humanely, which is required by State & Federal Laws.

Richmond Virginia Bat Removal done successfully uses a technique known as Live Bat Exclusion.  Basically, the process of bat exclusion involves hanging “one-way bat cones” over the primary entry point, which allows the bats to escape the home, but not re-enter. Also, the rest of the home must be completely sealed-up to prevent reentry.

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Most Common Bat Infestation Problems In Richmond

Bats living in attics, soffits, and chimneys are the most common nuisance complaints. Furthermore, most people discover they have a bat problem when bats invade living quarters – which is the first sign of bat infestation. If you’ve had only 1 bat inside your residence, it may potentially be an isolated incident. However, if several bats have been getting inside the home, then bat infestation is likely the cause. In conclusion,  determining the root cause of the bat problem demands an inspection. You can trust the good hands and experience of VPWRS.

Richmond Virginia Bat Removal Specialists Virginia Professional Wildlife Removal Services, LLC successful bat capture.

Another successful Humane Richmond Virginia Bat Removal by Virginia Professional Wildlife Removal Services, LLC. Also, we safely return these captures to the wild after we close all bat entrances to the home. This bat will never get into this Richmond home again!

Bats will congregate in large colonies, sometimes ranging into hundreds of individual bats. Larger colonies can cause a whole lot of damage to an attic, mainly due to waste (guano) and urine contamination. Bats will pretty much just show-up in their little gang thinking they can take over your home and go to the bathroom wherever they please… But, the one thing the bats weren’t counting on is our team here at VPWRS being on the job! We offer humane solutions to bat problems in Richmond by excluding the bats alive & sealing the home completely.

Advantages Of Choosing Our Service At VPWRS Of Richmond, VA:

  • Guaranteed Richmond Virginia Bat Removal Services – 1-2 Year Warranties For Richmond Virginia Bat Removal Projects.
  • To Ensure Security For The Homeowner – We Are Licensed, Bonded, & Insured To Protect Our Clients.
  • Comprehensive Bat Removal & Control Services – We Solve The ENTIRE Problem, Not Just A Part Of It.
  • Experienced Team – We’ve Been In The Bat Business For Over A Decade. Our Experience Is Hard To Match.
  • Ability To Work With Your Insurance Company On Large-Scale Projects. We Care That Our Services Are Affordable.
  • Courtesy & Respect Towards The Customer – We Know Your Home Is Your Domain. We Strive To EARN Your Trust!

Thank You For Choosing VPWRS And Remember To Bookmark This Page For Future Reference! 

“We love our job. Richmond wildlife removal is a job that brings with it a lot of excitement! In this line of work, we find ourselves wrangling all kinds of critters, such as raccoons living in chimneys, bats flying around homes at 2AM, and much, much more! We’ve seen it all. Not many have the experience we do! Which is why we are the best choice for your Richmond Virginia Bat Removal needs. If you’re having a bat problem in your Richmond home, or any other wildlife issue, don’t hesitate to call our professionals at VPWRS! You won’t regret it.”

Wanda Hope, Owner At Virginia Professional Wildlife Removal Services, LLC

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Humane Richmond Virginia Bat Removal Using One-Way Doors

Live bat exclusion is the process of removing bats from a building alive and sealing them outside after they have been successfully evicted. After the eviction process had been performed, the bats will be able to seek out a new place to live. This humane process is the only legal method in handling bat problems due to State & Federal Laws governing the removal of bats. Unlike other types of services, such as trapping wild animals, bat removal is much different in the sense that it is a more construction-based service, and it’s not as easy as getting rid of the problem overnight.

The Richmond Virginia Bat Removal Process – In A Nutshell

Richmond Virginia Bat Removal jobs, in a nutshell, entails sealing the structure of exposed entrances, followed with hanging one-way bat cones over the primary entry points. This is the area where bats are coming and going. The one-way bat cone will allow the bats to travel through unharmed, and upon returning, they will be unable to get back inside, hence “one-way.”

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Hanging the Bat Cone over the primary entry point will ensure the bats cannot access that area again. However, it would not be effective without sealing the rest of the structure. After the bats are excluded from the primary entry point, they will search for another area to get inside. That is why sealing is so important. Missing 1 small gap during the sealing process will grant the bats a one-way ticket back into your house… So, it’s very important to be meticulous during the sealing process. It’s a lot easier said than done, but you get the idea!

About The Cost Of Bat Removal In Richmond, Virginia:

Since every home is constructed differently, the amount of sealing work we have to do will vary based on the condition of each individual structure. So, as a result, the cost for bat exclusion will vary, depending on the home. There is no “Set Rate” for bat removal. That said, in order to calculate the exact cost, a full-home evaluation must be done.

Richmond Virginia Bat Removal Services Sealing A Dormer

Sealing A Dormer On A Home In Richmond, VA So The Bats Could Not Re-Enter.

Older homes naturally have more gaps, so the cost for bat removal will generally be greater on older homes. When considering cost, the condition of the home is everything. That said, we’ll now give you an idea of ballpark cost. For an average 2-story home with relatively good construction, bat exclusion will start-out around $1200-$1800, and it goes up from there. We’ve worked on larger and/or poorly constructed buildings for 3-4 times that cost. Like we said before, pricing is all dependent on the size and condition of your home. The number of bats is irrelevant because the bat exclusion process is performed in the same way, regardless of the number of bats. However, the more bats you have = the more damage that probably needs fixed. Bat droppings and urine can severely damage an attic, but we can help you with all of that, too!

THE PHOTO BELOW SHOWS A USELESS ATTEMPT TO EXCLUDE BATS WITH FOAM. AS YOU CAN SEE FROM THE BAT GUANO, THE EFFORT FAILED.

Richmond Virginia Bat Removal Services comes across a poor bat exclusion and fixes it.

VIRGINIA PROFESSIONAL WILDLIFE REMOVAL SERVICES, LLC, THE RICHMOND VIRGINIA BAT REMOVAL PROS, WILL HANDLE BAT REMOVAL CORRECTLY. GUARANTEED!

“Why Did Bats Choose To Invade My Home?”

Generally speaking, it can just be a stroke of bad luck when bats invade your home. They could have just as easily got inside the neighbor’s house. However, that is not always the entire truth. Science has found that bats which were born inside man-made structures are far more likely to invade a building once they reach adulthood. Living in a home is much preferred for these types of bats, because they are used to the benefits a man-made building provides. The majority of bats are born in natural environments, but as more of that natural environments is destroyed in order to construct homes for people, the more common bat infestation becomes. These animals have been here a lot longer than we have, so they are simply adapting to the changes humankind has forced upon them.

Richmond Virginia Bat Removal specialists Virginia Professional Wildlife Removal Services and a bat with sharp teeth.

Richmond Virginia Bat Removal specialists Virginia Professional Wildlife Removal Services don’t want you to confront the sharp teeth of a bat flying in your home. Please call us at (804) 457-2883 so you don’t face  a bat bite in your home.

Bats prefer living in man-made structures due to the ideal conditions the home offers. Such as, for raising young, and being sheltered from outside conditions. Wouldn’t you rather live in a nice comfy attic, as opposed to a damp cave or log? Sure you would. And so do the bats!

Most Bats Congregate As Females

99% of the time, bats invading a home will be congregated in what is known as a “maternity colony.” Maternity colonies are a group of bats which are all female. They join together to work as a team in raising their young. They also congregate for the purpose of cuddling together to share body heat. That’s right – in order to stay warm, bats will “ball up” to form one big comfy bat ball.

Some bats stay up north to hibernate, while other species migrate south for the winter. The most common home-invading species of bat is the Big Brown Bat. They hibernate inside your attic during the winters, preserving as much body fat as they can. To preserve their fat, they must avoid burning calories by not moving around much. Burning calories during hibernation = death by starvation. So it’s unwise to disturb a bat colony during the winter months. In conclusion, count your lucky stars that you were born human, and not a bat!

Going Batty Because Of Bats? Don’t Suffer Any Longer! Call VPWRS For All Your Bat Removal Needs In Richmond, Virginia & Surrounding Areas.

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TOP 5 BAT PROBLEMS IN VIRGINIA

  1. Bats In The Attic?  When bats invade an attic space they are likely to build up large amounts of guano deposits scattered throughout the attic. Virginia Professional Wildlife Removal Services can provide attic cleanup when bats make a mess.
  2. Seen Bats In The Chimney? Bats are very common to invade the chimney area. Many people will get bats flying around in the house when bats are present inside their chimney. This is generally due to an open flu in the chimney.
  3. Bats In Vents?  Vents can be highly attractive to bats because of the drafts protruding from the vents. People will often notice bats in vents when waste begins to accumulate somewhere below the vent area.
  4. How about Bats In The House?  The hot summer seasons can drive bats to come down from an attic into living areas. Bats do this because the attic becomes too hot for them, so they go lower seeking cooler temps.
  5. Bats In Church? One of the more common structures for bats to invade are churches. Many times churches have open steeples, welcoming many different creatures including bats. Virginia Professional Wildlife Removal Services can help.

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It’s Baby Snake Season!

By J.D. Kleopfer

It’s that time of the year when eggs laid back in the spring have hatched and live-bearing snakes, which includes Eastern Copperheads, have given birth. However, a vast majority of the baby snakes you are most likely to encounter are harmless and quite beneficial.

Juvenile Eastern Ratsnake.

The most commonly misidentified are those of Eastern Ratsnakes (aka black snakes) and Northern Black Racers, which neither species takes on their characteristic solid black appearance until they begin to mature as adults.

Juvenile Eastern Copperhead.

Juvenile Eastern Copperheads on the other hand look much like the adults, but with a bright yellow tail that is used like a fishing lure to attract prey such as small frogs and toads. In general, the best thing to do when you encounter a snake is to simply “Just Leave It Alone“.

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Contact us at (804) 457-2883 for snake removal and control services.

Other critter problems? We can help. Visit our website at virginiaprofessionalwildliferemovalservices.com
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DO I HAVE VOLES OR MOLES?

Many people confuse these two critters. When the snow melts away and the ground thaws in Virginia, we get increased calls for Vole control. Often confused with moles, these rodents are entirely different.

A Mole Tunnels underground, lifting the soil upwards and making your yard “squishy” when you walk on it.

A Vole will often use a mole tunnel as protection from predators as it moves about. As they move around above ground they create those “highways” in the grass. They consume grass and also use it to build nests. They will also damage plants by chewing on roots.

While inspecting a customer’s home for bats we observed a vole drinking from the swimming pool. (video attached).

Need vole and mole removal or control in Richmond, Henrico, Midlothian, Chesterfield or Charlottesville Virginia? Contact us at (804) 457-2883 or visit our website at virginiaprofessionalwildliferemovalservices.com
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One way to identify a bat entry point is to locate the staining. Bats have an oil in their fur that gets transferred to surfaces as they enter and exit structures. This staining is more common in moderate to larger size bat colonies. Not so much with the smaller colonies. The average colony size in the Richmond & Charlottesville Virginia areas is 10-12 bats.

Need safe & humane bat removal with a great warranty? Call us at (804) 457-2883 or visit our website at virginiaprofessionalwildliferemovalservices.com
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One way to identify a bat entry point is to locate the staining. Bats have an oil in their fur that gets transferred to surfaces as they enter and exit structures. This staining is more common in moderate to larger size bat colonies. Not so much with the smaller colonies. The average colony size in the Richmond & Charlottesville Virginia areas is 10-12 bats.Need safe & humane bat removal with a great warranty? Call us at (804) 457-2883 or visit our website at https://virginiaprofessionalwildliferemovalservices.com

We were hired to remove bats from an attic in Henrico County Virginia. The customer had been hearing noises coming from the attic and during our inspection we found the bats hiding behind a headboard.

Bats are such fascinating critters and are an important part of our ecosystem. We provide safe and humane bat removal, bat proofing of structures, safe removal of potentially hazardous bat guano and treatment for bat bugs if necessary.

Need to get rid of bats in your home or business? Give us a call at (804) 457-2883. We guarantee our work.

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How Do I Know If I Have Bats In My Attic?

The most common way homeowners or renters determine that they have bats in their attic is by seeing a bat flying around the living quarters of a home or structure. While bats sometimes enter through an open door or window, most of the time the source of the bat invader is a bat colony living somewhere in the attic. If this has happened to you, call us now for Emergency Bat Removal and to schedule a bat inspection and assessment of your home.

Other methods of determining if bats are present in a home include:

  1. Detailed full home inspections by insurance adjusters.
  2. Observing bats flying out of the structure at dusk from their entry / exit point(s.)
  3. Finding urine stains on the ceiling or walls.
  4. Odor from bat guano and urine that has built up in more severe cases of bat infestation.
  5. Bat bugs inside your home. They look a lot like bed bugs.
  6. And of course, noises in the attic; bats will make scratching noises on drywall.

“Should I Hire A Company For A Home Inspection?”

The best way to determine if bats are present in a home is to have a licensed and NWCOA Bat Standards Certified Professional Wildlife Control Operator or Wildlife Removal Company perform a detailed inspection of your home. Simply looking in the attic with a flashlight is usually not effective and can prolong a problem if the bats are not located. All bats in a colony are usually not visible when you look or even crawl up into the attic space. Bats will frequently rest in an area that is not visible including inside wall voids and in small crevices that may not be recognized by untrained homeowners.

bats in a vent

Our bat removal experts are getting ready to remove these bats from a customer’s attic. This is a job only for NWCOA Bat Standards Certified Pros.

Bat Removal USA Recommends Virginia Professional Wildlife Removal Services

Bat Removal USA is a national directory of bat removal professionals. We find companies in the USA that are qualified to perform bat removal projects humanely and professionally. Nobody likes having bats in the house and we try to find wildlife removal companies that can handle your problem. There are some companies that use lethal methods of bat control, but we do not support that practice. It’s illegal in a lot of states. The only time that bats should ever be euthanized is when they are tested for a rabies after potentially coming into contact with a person or pet that has not been vaccinated for rabies. All other scenarios call for a live bat exclusion, where the bats are excluded outside the home using one way devices. We have been in contact with Jesse James Critter Gitters of Fairfax Virginia and our team here at Bat Removal Pro are confident in their ability to perform bat removal services. Call them today for professional exclusion.

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Our local bat pros can get rid of bats in the attic safely & humanely. We provide bat removal, bat-proofing, guano cleanup & bat bug treatments in the Richmond VA & Henrico VA area. Best bat pest control company. Guaranteed results.