Northampton Bat Specialists

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Wildlife and Bat Removal Specialists Of Northampton, MA

Bat Removal Pro is your #1 local Massachusetts professional Northampton Bat Removal and control service provider. Bats are undoubtedly one of the most frightening pests to have in your home, partly because they have an unrelenting habit of getting into your house’s living quarters.

Not only are these winged critters frightening, but they can also cause a lot of damage with their feces and urine. We understand that you want these pest bats removed from your home as soon as possible, which is what we will do.

Along with our professional bat removal service, we will locate a provider offering a guarantee to protect your home against re-infestation. Generally speaking, once our bat removal specialists exclude bats from your home, there isn’t much chance they’ll return after one year.

Our provider will seal every nook and cranny around your house so the bats cannot get back inside. They will use durable sealant and other materials meant to last for decades. You’ll be in good hands when you hire our bat experts.

The Photo Below Shows An Ineffective Attempt To Exclude Bats With Foam. As You Can See From The Bat Guano The Effort Failed.

Photo at Northampton Bat Specialists page: Poor foam exclusion work that did not keep bats out of an attic.
Photo at Northampton Bat Specialists page:  Bats got into this attic due to a poor foam exclusion job.

Bat Removal Pro’s Northampton Bat Exclusion Specialists Will Do The Job Correctly The First Time. Guaranteed!

About The Costs For Bat Removal In Northampton, MA – Ballpark Pricing

First we’ll talk about the most commonly asked question by first-time callers to our company, “what is this going to cost me?” Believe us when we say there are no “set costs” when it comes to bat removal. Every situation is unique, because every home is unique.

Since our job has to do with sealing the entire structure, the given cost is going to be based on what type of condition the home is in. The home’s size, construction, and angles along the roofline are all factors that will determine what the bat removal service will be priced at.

Another factor of cost is sometimes the size of bat colony. The bat removal process typically remains the same when you’re talking about an average sized bat colony, but more extreme circumstances can happen when we’ll find several hundred bats living inside of a home. This may result in additional work needing done. All that said, on an average sized 2 story building, the cost may range between $1200-$2800.

Older homes typically require more work due to the accumulated construction flaws over the years, so they can be more expensive for us to work on VS. a newly constructed home. However, poor conditions can also exist on newer homes as well.

Photo: bat guano in an attic at Northampton Bat Removal page of Massachusetts

Bat Guano in an attic infested by a colony of bats.

Photo: Humanely removed bat at Northampton Bat Removal page of Massachusetts.

You don’t want to confront the sharp teeth of a bat flying in your home.

Photo: Performing an exclusion at Northampton Bat Specialists page of Massachusetts

When our Northampton Bat Removal specialists seal a home from bats their work is guaranteed.

Humane Northampton Bat Specialists – How We Get Rid Of Bats From Your Attic and Home

Bats are not your typical pests. Bat infestations are unique compared to other species of wildlife invaders because bats must be removed from the building humanely. Every species of bat in the U.S. is protected under Federal Law, so they cannot be killed.

The one exception to euthanizing a bat is when one has made its way inside the home, and human/bat contact is a potential risk. Loose bats killed in the home may be returned to the local health department for rabies screening.

That said, getting bats to leave your home and not come back can be tricky. Still, with our knowledge & and accumulated experience in the field, we have developed an effective strategy for resolving bat issues permanently. That strategy is something we call “live exclusion,” where first the home is sealed, every gap 1/3 of an inch or larger will be sealed, except for the bats’ primary entry points.

Once we locate the entries and seal the rest of the home, we install the one-way “bat cones” over these areas. Our device will allow the bats to pass through it unharmed, and upon returning from their nightly feeding routines, the bats will not be able to get back into that spot.

But bats don’t give up trying to enter your building, and that’s when something interesting happens – the bats will search for an alternate way to get inside the home. They will not give up so easily. This is why tedious sealing work is a requirement when handling a bat problem. Our pros will do it right.

Have a Problem With Massachusetts Nuisance Wildlife? Bat Removal Pro Can Provide You With The Best Pest Wildlife Service In Northampton, Massachusetts

Top 5 Bat Problems In Northampton, Massachusetts

  1. Bats In The Attic: When bats invade an attic space they are likely to build up large amounts of guano deposits scattered throughout the attic. Our Northampton Bat Specialists can provide attic cleanup when bats make a mess.
  2. Bats In The Chimney: Bats are very common to invade the chimney area. Many people will get bats flying around in the house when bats are present inside their chimney. This is generally due to an open flu in the chimney.
  3. Bats In Vents: Vents can be highly attractive to bats because of the drafts protruding from the vents. People will often notice bats in vents when waste begins to accumulate somewhere below the vent area.
  4. Bats In The House: The hot summer seasons can drive bats to come down from an attic into living areas. Bats do this because the attic becomes too hot for them, so they go lower seeking cooler temps.
  5. Bats In Church: One of the more common structures for bats to invade are churches. Many times churches have open steeples, welcoming many different creatures including bats. Our Northampton Bat Specialists can help.