Bat Removal Lexington

Bats can cause real destruction to your home, attic and insulation. Once they move inside, they tend to leave a HUGE mess of harmful guano that might place your loved one's health at risk. Our AAAC Wildlife Removal pros are right here to help you evict your bats, tidy up the mess, and repair the damage. Bat control and removal must start as soon as you uncover them hanging around. Call right now for a consultation!

Bat hanging upside down in the corner of an attic
Bat hanging upside down in a customer's attic in Lexington

It’s not uncommon in lots of parts of the country to see a small flicker of black here and there throughout dawn or sunset. But if you begin seeing much more of those flickers in the dark sky than typical around your home, that may be a sign you have a bat family or even a colony living on your property. Combine that with droppings discovered in your attic, grease stains at potential entrance points, and the strange chirping sound, and you probably have bats. It may be time to take a look at bat removal and control services from AAAC Wildlife Removal.

Wildlife Technician Holding a Bat in Front of Wildlife Removal Truck

Bat Removal in your Home Attic

It’s hard to visualize a nicer location for bats to live than in a cool, completely dry, temp regulated attic. Wild animals need to contend with so much danger in nature, that a pleasant house like your own can be even better than a cave.

Bats love to find little small holes that they can press through. As quickly as they’ve discovered a refuge, they’ll welcome the entire colony in! Before you know if you can have an entire family of bats congregating in your rafters, eaves, soffits, chimney, and behind shutters. They take control of your attic as a spot to rest and slip out in the evening to go hunting.

Bats Hiding in an Attic

If you made a list of every mammal that can fly, it would have only one entry: Bats.

The worst component concerning having bats in your Lexington attic (beyond simply being gross) is that those fellas have no place to poop. That’s right! All that harmful bat guano that can transmit histoplasmosis to humans simply drops straight onto your attic floor, or perhaps worse, your insulation.

Bat Control vs Extermination

Your very first instinct could be, “We need to get rid of these bats!”, but let me tell you: treating a bat control problem like a bug control problem is a large blunder. These creatures are not ants or termites. It is not legal to kill a bat like they are.

Wildlife specialist at the top of a ladder setting up bat deterrents on an attic gable vent
Bat exclusion

Bats are protected in Lexington, as well as in most parts of the country, so make sure you use a specialist when taking care of a bat removal problem.

In the Bat Removal process, trapping is less than suitable for bats due to the fact that it’s difficult to effectively catch them like you might with mice, raccoons, or squirrels. Lethal trapping means you are removing a natural predator for mosquitos, flies, and various other annoying insects around your house.

Lexington Wildlife Control and Attic Damage Repair

With Lexington Wildlife Control, the absolute finest means to do away with bats is via an approach called exclusion. As opposed to attempting to lure a bat into a trap, the most intelligent thing to do is require it to leave (which they will certainly do at night to go hunt) and never ever allow it back in! Sound crazy?

Traces of Bat Guano Damage in a House

When customers call us with a bat removal and control issue in Lexington, the first thing we do is figure out how they entered. Once we recognize the access holes that they used to infest your attic, we establish one-way doors at those entry points. In this manner, as soon as your bats go hunting in the evening, they are not able to come back in.

Here’s just how Lexington Professionals deal with a bat exclusion job:

  1. Invest a LOT of time determining each bat entrance point into your house
  2. Set up one way doors at each entrance point
  3. Confirm that we’ve excluded every one of the bats in your attic
  4. Seal every one of the entrance holes
  5. Clean all of the harmful bat guano in the attic making use of safety equipment
  6. Change insulation (if needed)
  7. Repair any kind of interior or outdoor damage

The Cost of Bat Removal Services in Lexington

Attic Cleanout and Re-insulation Before and After

Bat Removal Services in Lexington, Kentucky have a tendency to be pricier than the majority of other types of wild animal removal, typically due to the fact that bats do so much damage. The cost of such programs is as follows.

  • The typical price of small bat removal in Lexington alone runs around $400+, typically in a range of $250– $650
  • There is generally a (~ $200) assessment charge, however, that is usually attributed toward the removal and control expense
  • Removing small to medium-sized colonies of bats costs somewhere around $300– $8,000 for removal and exclusion in Lexington
  • Lexington attic guano clean-up and re-insulation can add an additional $600– $8,000, relying on the degree of the damage and size of the home

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Frequently Asked Questions about Wildlife Control in Lexington, KY

Q. Should bats be protected in Kentucky?

A. Absolutely! Bats are a vital part of the community in Kentucky. Can you believe that bats can chow down on over 1,000 mosquitos in the span of an hour? It would be a dark day if we lost all of our bats.

Can you believe that bats consist of almost 25% of all mammals living on the planet?

Q. What is bat guano?

A. Bat Guano is a different term for bat droppings. The droppings are little and can look comparable to mouse droppings. But, do not be tricked. If you shine a flashlight on them after breaking the droppings apart (please use gloves!), you’ll see them sparkle or glimmer in the light.

Q. Is guano dangerous to human beings?

A. Be very cautious around bat guano (once again, gloves people!) as it can transmit a dangerous fungal infection known as histoplasmosis to humans. You can inhale it simply by being anywhere near guano, so we truly recommend you let bat removal professionals with correct safety equipment deal with an attic cleanup.

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We are passionate about helping our friends, neighbors, and customers manage their wildlife issues, and keep their homes safe and secure. If you’re struggling with an uninvited guest in your house or yard, give us a call!

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