19 Gruber St. Building D | Delaware, OH 43015

19 Gruber St. Building D | Delaware, OH 43015

Phone: (844) 544-9453 (WILD)

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Bat Removal Kilbourne Ohio

Bats Flying Into Your Kilbourne Home Or Buidings? If So, It’s Time For a Complete Building Inspection By Our Kilbourne Bat Experts. Our Bat Experienced Staff Can Be Reached at (844) 544-9453! Our Bat Exclusion Services Are Certified, Licensed, Insured, And We Do Bat Removal On Industrial Buildings!

We Are Your Kilbourne Ohio Bat Rustlers

WCO Affiliations and Wildlife Control Certifications

We Also Perform Bat Removal In The Great Communities Of Ashley, Delaware, Dublin, Galena, Lewis Center, Ostrander, Powell, Radnor, Shawnee Hills, and Sunbury.

You Want Highly Trained Kilbourne Bat Removal Professionals Working For A Local Family Company 

If you see bats flying around your Kilbourne property, you may face a significant bat problem. Our Kilbourne Ohio certified bat removal specialists provide the best bat exclusion services in the area. When you hire one of our Kilbourne bat experts, you’ll receive the most thorough and humane bat removal services in Kilbourne and beyond.

We use the latest, most advanced state-of-the-art methods in bat exclusion for homes or commercial property. Bat removal demands a company prepared with all the bat control tools of the trade that handle any bat removal task: an extensive fleet of trucks, heavy-duty equipment that reaches the top of multi-storied buildings, and HEPA filter vacuum systems.

Our highly-skilled, knowledgeable, and educated bat removal specialists can ensure that your home is Bat Secured and safe for your family or business buildings. We provide the maximum quality work on every bat project and rest assured, no bat removal job is too small or too big.

If you think you may have a Kilbourne bat problem, call our office today at (844) 544-9453 and arrange a building inspection that fits your schedule, and we’ll get a Kilbourne bat removal specialist as soon as possible, if not today.

We Are A Customer-Centered, Safety First, Highly Qualified Kilbourne Bat Removal Service

You may have a single bewildered bat or an entire colony of bats living in the attic, but our Kilbourne Bat removal team knows how to address any bat problem in your home or business, whether small or large. We’ll provide clear and understandable explanations on our bat removal process, guide you through the bat exclusion every step of the way, and we ensure your safety while following all Ohio laws regarding bat control.

The flappy little bat is one of the most challenging critters to keep out of homes and businesses. Bat Removal is a specialized job, and proper bat exclusion requires bat control expertise like the Kilbourne Bat Removal team.

Homes and businesses often require minor repairs and modifications in many bat-related problems. Before hiring us, some of our clients hired unlicensed and unprofessional bat exclusion companies. These unethical companies performed unnecessary repairs while the core bat-related building issues were improperly addressed while paying hundreds of dollars more than needed.

Our experienced and ethical Kilbourne bat experts understand how to examine a building inside and out for gaps that bats enter through. Our crew knows all aspects of building construction, and their repair skills address every bat problem properly. Don’t risk throwing your money away with a wildlife removal company that does a little bit of everything but has minimal bat exclusion experience and experts.

Call our Kilbourne Bat Removal team at (844) 544-9453 and retain your peace of mind that your bat problems will be dealt with by the best bat removal company around. Wildlife Control companies may be the jack of all trades, but not real-world bat experienced like our Wildlife Control team.

Call (844) 544-9453 For A Bat Inspection

“I Think I Have Bats In My Attic. Can You Help Us?” We Can Help You! But First, We’ll Explain Our Bat Removal Process.

Step 1: We Examine Your Structure Out And In Then Construct A Bat Exclusion Agenda

Any competent and ethical bat exclusion company must inspect your structures outside and inside if you want your nuisance bat problems adequately fixed. During this process, we determine the number of bats in your building and the access points outside your building. We can do a top-notch exclusion with this information, so we don’t have to return in the future. We will locate every bat entry point, demanding a bat expert’s eye. Once we have confirmed how bats enter your home or business, we’ll identify the roosting bat area and the scope of bat damage to your buildings. To be clear, let’s lay this out step by step :

  • We locate where roosting bats exist, assuming you have bats, the number of bats, and the type of bats since you may have a maternity colony inside.
  • Our bat cleanup team determines the scope of bat damage created so we can fix the damage and clean up contaminated materials.
  • Next, we will locate every bat entry gap outside your building where bat access getting them within the building.
  • Our Kilbourne bat specialists design a program that efficiently removes the bats without causing harm.
  • One of our bat team members sit down with you, clearly explain what we discovered, show you photos, explain the problems and the range of costs, give a time frame for finishing the job, make changes if necessary, and then have you sign a contract.
A Kilbourne Bat Removal Exclusion expert doing a repair.

Our years of experience excluding bats guarantees we’ll find every bat access point then repair and seal them.

A small group of bats in an a Kilbourne attic.
We locate every roosting bat site of your home or business. Generally, bats are in the walls or the attic.
A pile of bat guano in a Kilbourne Ohio building.

A colony of bats creates havoc in an attic. Cleanup of bat guano piles and removal of contaminated materials is essential to your health.

Step 2:  How We Effectively and Efficiently Get Bats Out Of Structures.

How we remove bats is a simple process since we know all the tricks, have the tools, and of course, the experience. We don’t use butterfly nets to get bats out of buildings, nor do we capture them by hand one by one, since that would take forever, harm the bats, and time to do this would be inefficient to a business like ours, let alone the cost to you. But this does take time and attention to detail. Let’s explain:

Bats enter your building via gaps outside your home or building. Often these gaps are so small the average person would not see them. Seeing these small gaps are essential since a bat can enter an opening as small as a dime. Our Kilbourne bat experts have the eye and experience to locate every hole, repair, and seal those gaps but leave a couple of these gaps unsealed so they can mount one of 3 versions of One-Way Bat Valves, which allow bats to escape but not return.

Since some bats don’t leave a roost at night to search for food, our One-Way Bat Valves remain attached for several days, up to seven, before being removed and the openings repaired and sealed. While the Bat Valves are on a building, we monitor them, assuring no bats become entangled, which usually never happens, and do not take down the Bat Valves until bat activity ceases.

Once we believe all the bats have left, we inspect the roosting areas and ensure all bats have exited. Once we confirm the exiting, the Bat Valves are uninstalled, and the gaps are repaired and bats are permanantly sealed out. Now we address the next big step: damage repair and cleanup.

Our Kilbourne Bat Removal expert is installing the Bat Valve SG3 used for Soffit Returns, Gable Vents, and more.

We repair and seal all bat entry points but one or two. On the remaining unsealed gaps, we install the unique One-Way Bat Valve, in the above case, the TBV-SG3, that allows bats access to exiting but they can’t return through the Bat Valve.

Our Kilbourne Bat Removal expert installed the Bat Valve TBV-FR4 used for Ridge Vents And Frieze Board Gaps.

Bat Valve model TBV-FR4, sold and created by the Viking Product Supply team, was designed for fixing on Ridge Vents And Frieze Board Gaps.

Our Kilbourne Bat Removal pro installed the Bat Valve TBV-FLEX2 used for Corner Gaps And Are Versatile And Flexible.

A Kilbourne bat tech used this Bat Valve TBV FLEX 2 for a corner gap due to its elasticity and adaptability. We have effectively used this over bathroom discharge vents when doing bird exclusions.

Need Bat Removal – Call (844) 544-9453

Step 3: Cleanup And Sanitation Of Bat Guano and Bat Contaminated Materials Is Next And It Can Be Nasty Work

Fortunately, bats don’t gnaw or chew on wood materials, chew through metal, tear open venting, or rip up attic insulation for nesting, like squirrels and raccoons. They don’t need to do any of these things since bats can get through any entrance gap the size of a dime around 18 mm, and all bats do is hang upside down from some part of a building where they poop and pee, though they do poop and pee while in flight.

  1. Bat are vectors for a disease called Histoplasmosis. The severe lung disease spreads in dried bat guano that forms dust that permeates the environment and can spread into living quarters.
  2. Did you know that bats have mites? We’ll they do, and they are called “bat mites.” Bat mites, also called bat bugs, can spread around your building. These little vampires thrive by feeding off human and pet blood. Yummy, not!
  3. Structural bat damage occurs when urine and feces soak into flooring, sheetrock, or leaks through the flooring or floor wall gaps and into the living space below.
  4. Bat urine and feces soils attic insulation, so it loses its R-Value and ability to keep out cold in the winter or heat in the summer.
  5. Bats urine and feces pollute air quality since the odor of bat urine and feces permeates the wood, sheetrock, and other objects.

Once our Kilbourne bat removal team completes bat removal and closes all bat access points, we eradicate all bat mites if they exist, get rid of and replace ruined sheetrock, tainted insulation, and all bat poop.

In many cases, we must perform a total attic restoration, which means:

  1. Vacuuming out and removing all soiled insulation.
  2. Cleansing and decontaminating all floors, walls, and ceilings.
  3. We apply an organically based safe mist throughout the areas, which removes all nasty smells and leaves every surface with a clean scent and healthy air for breathing.
  4. Finally, comes the fluffy blown-in insulation with the R-Factor of your choice, which will lower your heating and cooling costs.
Our Kilbourne Bat Removal Experts faced this mess insulation solied by bat guano.

Bat guano and urine-soiled insulation must be removed and replaced!

Our Kilbourne Bat Removal team entered an area of this attic filled with bat guano.

A bat infestation spread guano throughout this attic. The air quality in this area was horrible and unhealthy!

A very large pile of bat guano that had to be removed from this building.

Large piles of bat guano are a sign that bats have infested an area for a number of years.

Our Kilbourne Attic Restoration team had a huge vacumming job in this attic. Guano everywhere.

Our high-end Hepa vacuum systems suck up polluted insulation and loads of foul bat guano while filtering the air.

Our Kilbourne Attic Restoration team made this attic clean like new.

Our Kilbourne crew performed this beautiful clean-up by removing all materials, washing and decontaminating all surfaces, and spaying a deodorizing mist on all surfaces.

Our Kilbourne Attic Restoration team blew in some high R factor insulation.

Finally, we introduced new blown-in insulation with a high R factor, improving the heating and cooling energy costs.

F.A.Q.’S About Ohio’s Bats

Did you know that  Ohio bats are most active from March into September? Or, did you know that Ohio is home to 11 species of bats, not just the Little Brown and Big Brown bats? Let’s answer a few of our more frequently asked questions for the good people of Kilbourne.

Can I touch a bat with my hands?

Bats can spread diseases, so you must take precautions if you choose to touch any bat. If you decide to handle a bat, use leather gloves since a frightened biting bat can’t get through the leather.

Is it okay to pison a bat?
No! Please don’t kill or poison bats. We do not exterminate bats under any condition, period! Bats are vital to our ecosystem and protected by Ohio law.
Do Ohio bats have rabies?
All mammals can acquire rabies and bats are mammals. Bat rabies is rare but bat removal and handling is best left to a professional.
How do I know if my home has bats?
Well, if you see bats entering your home from the exterior, you have bats. If you are continually finding bats in any area of your home, you probably have bat roommates.

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19 Gruber St, Building D, Delaware, OH 43015


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