Commercial Bat Exclusion



Got Bats?

If you see bats flying in and out of your attic or outbuildings, or a bat enters your business through a chimney, door or window, you have a bat problem.

Bats are generally considered to be beneficial to humans and the environment… but not when they’re inside your commercial property.

We often take bat-related calls from professionals such as:

  • Building inspectors
  • Property management firms
  • Building owners
  • Real estate agents
  • Insurance adjustors
  • Building engineers
  • Building superintendents

Consider these bat facts:

  • Bats pose health threats. They are hosts to ectoparasites like fleas, ticks and mites that endanger the health of humans and pets. They are also carriers of rabies.
  • Bat droppings stain ceilings and building exteriors, and act as a catalyst for the development of the fungus that causes histoplasmosis. Human infection occurs when people inhale the spores.
  • Bat urine can cause a pervasive and unpleasant smell.

We’re Here to Help!

Dangerous or bothersome bats will continue to be a nuisance until stopped. Controlling bats and other wildlife in and around your business is what we do every day. Along with our bat control service, we also offer:*

  • Bat trapping and removal
  • Bat entry prevention
  • Bat damage repair, including attic and insulation restoration and repair, and chimney caps and repairs

*Services offered vary by location.

We Understand Bat Behavior

Our bat control specialists know exactly what to look for to determine the nature and scope of your problem. Trapping and removing bats can be tricky, but Critter Control® wildlife experts can manage the procedure humanely and effectively. We can help eliminate your bat problem by:

  • Removing existing bats and their roosts
  • Cleaning up the roosting area
  • Locating and sealing points of entry
  • Advising you on how to prevent bats from returning to your attic or eaves

Remove Bats from Your Business – Now

Because they are nocturnal, bats are typically active while humans are sleeping. In colder weather, bats seek attractive places to roost and hibernate. They will target any structure, including attics and barns.

Most bats are insectivores and feed on night-flying insects like mosquitoes, beetles and moths. Some people even construct special bat houses near their homes or businesses to encourage bats to roost there – instead of inside the attic or eaves – to control pesky insects.

When they’re inside your business or outbuildings, beneficial bats become a nuisance. Critter Control® can handle them.