Your experts in all things bat removal, including remediation, disinfecting, feces removal and bat proofing.
Contrary to common belief, bats do not just reside in caves. In fact, they can be found in plenty of areas of the world where there aren’t any caves at all. Bats are industrious at finding a good place to sleep and breed, and the attic of a Charlotte, North Carolina home or business is pretty tempting. It might not be a bad thing to have a few flying around your neighborhood, as they are marvelous for controlling insect populations, but you certainly do not want them to come indoors.
At A-1 Wildlife Control, we offer bat removal services that are done in accordance with North Carolina regulations. The good news is that bats are mostly harmless. There will be more of a mess to clean up if they are left alone for a while, but that’s part of our bat removal process.
Working with and following the wildlife commission, we know exactly when and how to remove bats – even during mating season! When and how to remove bats is commonly mistaken, as there are specific rules that need to followed in order to preserve and properly remove these pesky critters.
Being in the first ever certification class in 1995, Allen has educated his team and countless customers on how to get the job done effectively, efficiently and properly the first time, and keep them out for good!
What you need to know about bat mating season and removal:
- There is a 5 week cycle from when the volant (baby) bats rely on their mother solely to provide and bring food. After this 5 week period, they are no longer reliant on their mother, can fly and in turn can then be safely removed and relocated.
- Bat colonies that contain only males are not impacted during mating season and can be successfully removed and relocated safely at any time
- If there are no volant (baby) bats in the colony, it is safe to remove and relocate the bats at any time.
- We will ALWAYS do a thorough inspection before removal of any critter to ensure the best and safest removal possible – for both you and them!
With over 30 years experience, we are confident in our techniques and can solve your infestation problems. Call us today!
The typical method for bat removal is to place a one-way apparatus at the opening so that when the bats leave at night to feed, they won’t be able to return. Once all the bats are safely out, we’ll seal up the opening, and the bats will find a new place to live. This process is more of a bat eviction than bat removal, but it is the most compassionate way to deal with them.
If you would like to learn more about bat removal or schedule an appointment to deal with a bat issue at your residential or commercial property, don’t hesitate to contact us. Give us a call or use our online contact form, and we will get back with you.
At A-1 Wildlife Control, we offer bat removal services for customers in Charlotte, Matthews, Dallas, Mint Hill, Huntersville, Indian Trail, Cornelius, Concord, Gastonia, Kannapolis, Monroe, Belmont, Kings Mountain, Pineville, Waxhaw, and Midland, North Carolina and Clover, Fort Mill, Tega Cay, Chester, Lancaster, York, and Rock Hill, South Carolina.
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“Had A-1 Wildlife Control come out today — great and professional service by Chris Shomo, a.k.a. in our home “BATMAN”. He was courteous and friendly. Thorough inspections and reasonable prices. I would recommend them to anyone with wildlife problems.”
★★★★★ Patti R.