Bat Removal and Clean Up
Eraticators Bat Services are the #1 choice for Bat Removal and Clean Up Services in Brevard county! We have over 10 years of experience with Bat Removal.
Mexican Free-Tailed Bats are the most common species of bat involved in attic infestations in Central Florida. Female bats typically produce only one offspring per year. Thus, their reproductive rate is not the key problem in bat infestations. Bats roost together in great, concentrated numbers. Thus, if bats find an entry and begin to roost in your attic, it can become a very huge problem. They produce large quantities of urine and guano, and their waste accumulates extremely quickly. This causes a very strong stench. As well, bat infestations can cause potentially serious health problems. This is why it is vital that bat infestations are dealt with immediately.
Bats can be quite a nuisance in Florida homes, businesses, condos, and apartments. If left unchecked, they can create a huge mess in just a short amount of time, which can be hazardous to your health, and costly to clean up.
Bats are protected under Florida law, and should only be dealt with by a professional. In addition, they can also carry rabies, which can easily be transmitted to humans from a bite.
We offer safe, professional, humane and legal bat exclusion services in Florida. We can get the bats out, and clean up any mess left behind.
Bat Removal and Clean Up
The first step in our process is a visual examination of the home and attic. Our skilled technicians will locate the entry point or points of the bats, and determine which parts of the home they are living in. We also will identify any other areas that are vulnerable to bats.
Next, we seal up all of the non active entry points on your building. This is to ensure when we get the bats out, they don’t just go to another part of the building and roost. This can be quite difficult, as bats can get into homes in very obscure places, and often they like to enter in areas that are high off the ground.
We then will install either a netting system, or cone/funnel system on the main entry point. This allows the bats to safely exit the building, but not re-enter, forcing them to take up residence elsewhere, without harming the bats.
Once the bats are gone, usually within a few days, we can then complete the seal up of the building to ensure that they cannot enter the home permanently.
The final step is to clean up the guano and remove any unwanted odors. Bat colonies can leave mounds of guano behind in just a short time, and they also leave behind a very foul and distinct odor from gland secretions.