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Frequently Asked Questions
What Time Of Year Can Bat Removal Be Performed?
Bat maternity season runs from May 15th to August 15th, so, bat removal cannot be performed during this period of time. A portion of the job can be completed by sealing the house, and pretty much everything else EXCEPT FOR hanging the one-way valves, which is what actually gets rid of the bats. Either way, by law, you cannot get rid of the bats from your home during this time, regardless of the damage they are causing (we know, it’s frustrating, right?) But, that’s simply the law folks. Not us.
How Long Does It Take To Get Rid Of Bats?
The process of sealing the home and performing the actual exclusion process can take anywhere from 1-3 days in some cases, depending on the size of the home and how many areas need to be sealed. At the end of the sealing process, one-way valves are installed which excludes the bats from the home. The valves are generally left in place for 2-3 weeks, but, generally speaking, most of the bats will leave the home within the first 2 nights.
Do Bat Removal Services Come With A Guarantee?
Depending on the company you hire, most bat removal jobs come with a 1-2 year warranty, on average. Contact the company in your area for specific details regarding a warranty. That said, we do not list any companies on our website who do not offer some kind of guarantee. Any reputable bat removal business will offer one. If they don’t, well, we advise you to NOT HIRE THEM!
How Much Does Bat Removal Cost?
Pricing for bat removal depends highly on the structure the bats are infesting. If there are a lot of gaps, bat removal on that building is going to cost a lot more than a well constructed home – due to the extensive sealing process which needs done. We won’t give exact figures on our website, because honestly the cost can vary so much. But, generally speaking, the price range can be anywhere from 1-5 thousand dollars, and in some cases even more.
How Did Bats Get Inside My Home?
Sometimes, it’s just the luck of the draw. Bats can fit through gaps larger than 1/3 inch in diameter. So, if your home has a lot of these kinds of gaps, which most homes do, you are susceptible to a bat infestation. Bat proofing is the long-term solution, which is the service offered by professionals listed on our website. Furthermore, if your home has previously had any kind of wildlife infestation, this is like putting a sign on your house that says “dear animals, please come live in my home, rent free!” You will have an accumulation of problems because of the scents left behind by the other pests.
We Had A Bat In Our House. Do I Need Rabies Shots?
It’s better to be safe than sorry. Rabies is a highly fatal disease, not to be taken lightly. And bats are one of the most prevalent rabies vectors among all other animals. That said, if you are absolutely certain, beyond any shred of doubt, that you or anyone else in your household, including pets, did not come into contact with the bat, then you MIGHT be okay. We can’t guarantee anything like that when peoples lives are on the line. Please use your best judgement, and if you are unsure, just get the shots. It can be expensive, but it’s better than the alternative possibilities coming to fruition.