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We bat-proof houses and humanely exclude bats.

We do not remove individual bats or fix one area, we bat proof the whole house.

All quotes are given over the phone or email.

If you would like a quote to bat-proof your home and would like a quick response and an accurate estimate please send us the following information.

1. Exact address of the property that you need bat-proofed (we try to see it on Google Street View).

2. Name, Phone Number.

3. In case it cannot be viewed on Google Street View. Please send photos of all sides of the property at a distance (20-30 feet back) so we can understand the scope of the job. All photos should be emailed to kennycharboneau@gmail.com

4. WE DO NOT SERVICE COMMERCIAL PROPERTIES, TOWNHOUSE OR MULTI STORY BUIILDINGS/CHURCHES ETC – ONLY RESIDENTIAL PROPERTIES (HOMES – COTTAGES)

Local @ 519-495-0131

Toll Free: 1-888-276-5998

3 signs to look for if you think you have bats

Bat Droppings

Bat Droppings can be found in the attic or around the house where bats either tend to roost or enter the house. If you see bat droppings in your attic then you definitely have a bat problem and your require bat removal. If you find them around your property then it is not exactly certain if they are using your building or just roosting there. For more information please visit our page Bat Droppings.

Bat Entry Holes

This is the most obvious way to see that you have a bat problem. If you can see bats leaving your home at dusk, that means you have a bat infestation. Bats will typically leave the home at dusk to feed and stay in your home during the course of the day. Bat entry holes have usually brown staining around them if they are heavily used and they are easy to identify even from the ground.

if you had a bat during the winter

If you had a bat show up in your home then you definitely have a bat problem. Bats hibernate during the winter in your home and a few times in their hibernation they tend to wake. Chances are a bat got lost after it woke up. Bats that hibernate in homes are the Big Brown Bats. For more information please visit our page Winter Bats.