Advanced Wildlife Management offers expert bat removal in Cincinnati. Your home is a perfect nesting ground. If you see them flying around your home in the evening, you may have some living in your home. Call us now for an inspection. We can find out if you have any animal issues and offer solutions to remove them humanely.

Bat removal should not be attempted by an inexperienced person as their guano is a breeding ground for insects. They also can also carry diseases that may be spread to you or your pets. These critters are vulnerable to rabies so call now to get rid of these mammals in Hamilton County Ohio.

Bats In Attic Exclusion

Bat Removal

One of the more common issues in Cincinnati is bats in the attic. Left unchecked a colony can grow quite large. As the colony grows in size the guano can cause serious damage, in addition to your health. It can be easy to forget about attic dwelling bats if you do not use it often. Why spend good money to remove them if they can just come back? We are experts at exclusion or proofing.

Attempting to remove them from the attic is a difficult task at best and a dangerous one at worst. This area can be a very difficult space to work in without the proper equipment and training. This can be quite difficult; even for trained professionals. As a result it is best to rely on trained experts to safely exclude this pest animal from your attic. We will safely remove them and prevent their return. This is done safely and humanely with the use of one way doors. We will inspect to home, find any entrance points and seal them up. Calling for professional help is the smartest way to deal with bats in your attic.

Expert Bat Damage Repair

Repair Damage from Bats

Once they are removed, your home may be left with a need for bat damage repair in Cincinnati. Urine often soaks insulation in most homes. It smells and damages the insulation over time. Guano droppings can pile up into large mounds. In extreme cases it may even cause structural damage. To make matters worse, guano is both flammable and explosive. To keep bat problems from coming back, we need to seal up every nook and fix any damage. We are experts in carpentry and can repair any damage to look like new.

Our team has the tools to safely remove stained insulation from your home and then replace with new. We have the proper equipment to prevent the spread of disease causing guano and make your attic livable again.

General Bat Removal FAQs

How do I get bats out of my home

Bats are a protected species and you need to be careful follow all laws when it comes to their removal.  The best method is exclusion.  By use of one way doors the bats will leave you home and not be able to return.  Once they are gone the doors are removed and sealed.

How much does bat removal cost?

There are many factors that determine the cost. How long the bats have been there, how much guano clean up, damage repair and seal-up is needed? It’s at least several hundred dollars to over a thousand dollars depending on how widespread the problem is. Please understand there is an enormous amount of work to remove, clean and seal your home or attic.

How did bats get into my house?

Bats will seek your home and attic for a nice, dark place to live. They can get into any gap or opening that’s at least 3/8 of an inch. This is common in many older homes. Over time, mother nature and local critters damage your house. This includes gaps or openings leading to your attic.

Are bats blind?

No, bats are not blind. In fact, most bats can see quite well. They also have a specialized honing sense called echolocation. They are fierce predators of insects.

How many young do bats have?

Most bats give birth to only 1-2 pups per year. Due to this slow rate of reproduction, it can take many years for bats to recover from severe population declines such from the disease called white-nose syndrome.

Do bats eat mosquitos?

Insects are a primary food source for bats.  This is one beneficial reason that they should be removed safely

Do bats have rabies?

Bats are known carriers of rabies. To prevent exposure to the disease, do not try to handle them. They are not aggressive, but will bite if they feel threatened.

Do bats hibernate?

In warmer climates they will stay active all year long.  In colder climates the bats will either hibernate in place or migrate.  When insect activity dies out the bats hunker down.