Bat Removal Services in Central Florida

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Humane Bat Removal by Florida Wildlife Trappers

Bats are amazing creatures that play an important role in ecosystems around the world. However, when bats decide to roost in man-made structures like attics and walls, they can cause problems for homeowners. Florida Wildlife Trappers specializes in humane bat removal and exclusion services to prevent future infestations.

With over 13 species of bats living in Florida, it’s important to identify the type of bat in your home before proceeding with removal. Some bats are federally protected, so killing or harming them is illegal. Our licensed wildlife control experts can safely remove bats from your property without harming them. We also follow all regulations and laws pertaining to protected bat species in Florida.

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Bats found in Florida Attics such as these, are main concerns and needs immediate Bat Removal

Signs of Bats in Your Home

Bats often enter homes through small openings in the roof, attic vents, gaps around chimneys, loose siding, or holes where wires enter the house. Telltale signs of bats roosting in your home include:

  • Bat droppings on walls, floors, or ceilings
  • Stains from bat urine on walls or ceilings
  • A strong, musty odor, especially in the attic
  • Noise from bats squeaking or fluttering around at night
  • Bats exiting the house at dusk to feed

If you notice any of these signs, you likely have bats roosting in your attic, walls, or other hidden spaces. Don’t wait to address the issue, as bat infestations only get worse over time. Call Florida Wildlife Trappers right away for professional bat removal services.

Dangers of Bat Infestations

While most bats don’t pose a direct threat to humans, there are health hazards associated with bat droppings and urine accumulating in your home, including:

  • Histoplasmosis – Breathed in spores from bat guano can cause lung infections
  • Rabies – Less than 1% of bats have rabies, but it’s a concern if bitten
  • Ectoparasites – Bats can carry fleas, mites, ticks into the home

Bat guano and urine also cause bad odors, stains, and structural damage if left unchecked. The longer an infestation goes on, the more guano and urine accumulates. Get bats out fast before costly cleanups and repairs are needed.

Bat Guano as shown here is a major health concern, and removal of these bats is needed
Bat Exclusion services such as these are a prime example of our Bat Control and Bat Removal Services

Cost of Bat Removal in Florida

The cost of bat removal varies depending on factors like:

  • Number of bats roosting
  • Amount of guano removal needed
  • Extent of exclusions/sealing required
  • Roost locations – attic, walls, chimney, etc
  • If attic restoration is required

With an onsite inspection, we provide a written estimate outlining the bat problem and recommended solutions. There are no hidden fees or surprise add-ons. What we quote is what you pay.

Unlike many nuisance wildlife companies, we don’t charge hourly. Our rates are flat-fee based, keeping costs reasonable for you. Financing options are available upon approval to make bat removal affordable.

Our Bat Removal Process

Florida Wildlife Trappers follows a proven process to get rid of bats from your home:

  • 1
    Inspection – We thoroughly inspect the interior and exterior of your home to find all possible bat entry points.
  • 2
    Removal – Using humane exclusion devices, we safely evict bats from your attic or other roosting areas.
  • 3
    Cleanup – Next, we remove all guano deposits and sanitize affected areastex. Proper protective gear is worn to avoid health hazards.
  • 4
    Exclusion – After the bats are gone, we seal shut all potential entry points so they can’t get back in.
  • 5
    Attic Restoration – If needed, we also provide attic cleaning and restoration services to get rid of odors and stains.

Bats are persistent creatures and will find any unsealed crack or crevice to enter your home. Stop them before they start by having your home bat-proofed. Contact us to learn more about our bat exclusion services.