Bat Removal Pros Of Southampton, MA

Olander’s Wildlife Control

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Southampton, MA Bat Removal Specialists

Bat infestation is a common call we receive in the Southampton, MA area from homeowners and commercial business owners. 99% of structures that have not been pest-proofed are at risk of bat infestation. Bats only need 1 exposed hole to get inside the attic, and the rest is history. The most frequent scenario involves a colony of bats that has taken residence inside the attic or soffits around the upper section of the building. Our company offers professional bat removal services with a written guarantee.


We love our job. Sitting around in an office all-day wasn’t for me or my workers, we needed a more hands-on profession. Wildlife control is what we chose to do in life, and we do not regret it! Simply put, we love our job because it’s entertaining. Doing this work has us running around performing all kinds of crazy tasks that people, in general, might consider a little taboo, but we can’t get enough of it. Call our team at Olander’s Wildlife Control and find out why we are the best choice for all your wildlife & bat removal needs around Southampton, MA.”

Tom Olander, Owner/Operator At Olander’s Wildlife Control


The photo below shows an ineffective attempt to exclude bats with foam. As you can see from the bat guano the effort failed.

poor insulation and bat guano

Olander’s Wildlife Control of Southampton, MA. will do the job correctly the first time. guaranteed!




#1 Symptom Of Bat Infestation: Bats Flying Around Inside The Home

Do you have bats showing up inside the living quarters your home? Well, as frightening as it is, this is actually a very common problem for many Southampton homeowners with bat infestation. Bats that end up inside the home are often younger bats that are learning how to fly after maternity season. These younger bats are inexperienced at navigating the building and will often end up in living quarters. Adult bats will also end up in the home at times. You must be very weary of these bats as another theory suggests these bats could be infected with a disease, because sick bats will behave abnormally and this could also be the reason they ended up inside the house. In any case, it’s best to hire a certified wildlife professional like us to come and remove the bat, instead of trying to handle it by yourself. Even if the bat had previously been captured, it’s still a good idea to have an inspection done to determine if there’s a larger issue that needs addressed.


Professionalism, Quality Work , Integrity and Love of His Work make Tom Olander's Wildlife Control Company your best choice in Wildlife Control and All things bat related.

Professionalism, Quality Work, Integrity, and Love of His Work make Tom Olander’s Wildlife Control Company of Southampton, Massachusettes your best choice in Wildlife Control and All Things Bat Related.


How Bat Removal Is Handled By Professionals

There is absolutely no need to harm any bats during the eviction process. If a bat was captured inside the home, that bat is eligible to be euthanized and turned into the local health department for a rabies evaluation. However, when it comes to removing a colony of bats from a structure, a process known as “live bat exclusion” will be performed to kick the bats out through “one way bat cones” and disable them from reentering the home by sealing the structure completely of any exposed entrances. No bats are harmed during this process, hence “live” exclusion. This is not only our own standard, but federal law prohibits bats from being killed unnecessarily. Bat exclusion is much more like construction than pest control. The bat removal process entials sealing or wiring secondary holes on the exterior of the building and installing one-way doors to allow the bats to exit the building alive – this is the correct way of getting rid of bats in the attic.


A big bat exclusion job well-done by the professionals at Orlander's Wildlife Control of Massachusettes.

This One Required A Lot Of Ladders! Bat Removal Work Isn’t So Cut And Dry.


About Our Warranty For Bat Removal In Southampton, Massachusetts

It is important to have a warranty included in case the bats manage to regain access to the building. Wildlife work in general is not always a slam dunk proposition. Even a very experienced operator can miss a spot when it comes to bat work, and that’s all it takes for the problem to persist. That said, a warranty becomes a necessity for anyone looking to hire a company for bat removal services in Southampton, MA. Our company offers a 1-year warranty to ensure the bat problem is taken care of. Infestations that occur after this period of time are almost always thanks to circumstantial conditions that have nothing to do with faulty work performed by our technicians.


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Top 5 Bat Problems In 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. Olander’s Wildlife Control 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. Olander’s Wildlife Control can help.