Fairfield County, Connecticut’s Best Mice Exclusion, Bat Exclusion, Wildlife Control, and Attic Restoration Services at a Fair Price
Bats B Gone Wildlife | 7 Griffith Rd | Greenwich, CT 06831

Fairfield County, Connecticut’s Best Mice Exclusion, Bat Exclusion, Wildlife Control, and Attic Restoration Services at a Fair Price
Bats B Gone Wildlife
7 Griffith Rd
Greenwich, CT 06831

Open 24/7/365 For All Wildlife Control Emergencies

Bat Removal And Exclusion Experts In Fairfield County, Connecticut

Servicing The Bat Exclusion Needs Of The Cities Of Darien, Greenwich, New Canaan, Westport, Stamford, Fairfield, and Wilton

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The Bat Removal And Exclusion Process: Bat Exclusion Is The Best Strategy For Preventing Bats Entering Your Home, Business, Or Buildings

Bats provide ecological benefits to Connecticut, but when they invade your building, you want a top-rated bat removal and exclusion company that offers safe and humane bat removal. For decades, Bats B Gone Wildlife bat exclusion experts have provided dependable, effective, and honest bat control for Fairfield County residential and commercial buildings, including Darien, Greenwich, New Canaan, Westport, Stamford, Fairfield, and Wilton.

Bat removal can be complicated, so it’s one of those wildlife removal procedures not recommended for untrained professionals. Removing bats is not trapping bats. You cannot use nets or cages to get bats out of a building, but a knowledgeable user will employ special devices called One-Way Bat Valves. Any company that attempts to use a technique other than live bat exclusion with One Way Bat Valves should never be hired, and it is a sign of their lack of professionalism.

Our Bats B Gone Wildlife bat exclusion team is licensed, insured, and follows local, state, and federal guidelines which guarantee the safe removal of bats from any building. By employing the Bats B Gone team, you can be assured of getting the finest bat removal and exclusion service in Fairfield County, Connecticut. Just read what our former customers say about us, and any second thoughts you may have will be erased!

A Simple Explanation Of Bat Exclusion For A Complicated Process

Bat removal and exclusion is the process of locating and removing gaps that allow bats entrance into a building. Exclusion provides the only effective answer to your bat problems by closing down all entrance points but one or two and placing One-Way Bat Valves over the openings. The Bat Valves will allow bats out, but they cannot return through them. Bats will leave the building in a week, and you will be bat free. But once the bats are gone, that does not mean the job is over. There’s the clean-up.

Bats B Gone Wildlife’s Experts Will Solve Your Connecticut Bat Removal and Exclusion Issue With 100% Customer Satisfaction

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To perform a proper bat exclusion, professionally trained wildlife professionals like those at Bats B Gone Wildlife have to climb ladders to access the access points that bats use to enter a building. All these access points must be sealed and repaired.

To perform proper bat removal and exclusion, professionally trained wildlife professionals like those at Bats B Gone Wildlife have to climb ladders to access the access points that bats use to enter a building. All these access points must be sealed and repaired.

Closing access points into a building are part of our bat exclusion process. We must also locate the bats; generally, they will be found in walls and, more often than not, in an attic where they roost in groups, especially if it is a maternity colony.

Closing access points into a building are part of our bat removal and exclusion process. We must also locate the bats; generally, they will be found in walls and, more often than not, in an attic where they roost in groups, especially if it is a maternity colony.

Above is a Bat Valve, which comes in 3 models, next to a gable vent with an opening that bats used to enter this attic. We closed down the gable vent with a sturdy screening but left a gap into which the Bat Valve fit and allowed the bats out though could not return.

Above is a Bat Valve, which comes in 3 models, next to a gable vent with an opening that bats used to enter this attic. We closed down the gable vent with a sturdy screening but left a gap into which the Bat Valve fit and allowed the bats out though could not return.

Bats B Gone Wildlife’s Bat Removal and Exclusion Process – It’s Has Nothing To Do With Trapping Bats

Every Bat Exclusion Starts With An Inspection Inside and Outside of Your Building

Generally, we get calls because our clients see bats hovering around the top of their building at dawn or dusk, which is a significant indicator that bats are in their building.

Bat removal and exclusion begins with an inspection inside and outside your home, business, or commercial building. Our highly trained exclusion professionals will scrutinize the outside of your home or building and detect all potential bat entry points.

We emphasize access areas from the bottom of your building to the top, but bats generally access a building from points higher up. Bats can get into a building via gaps no wider than a dime, so it takes a professional eye to see the areas where bats enter a building, but we often see bat feces or black oily marks around the entrance points.

Attics are areas where bats love roosting, so we take special care to look around gable vents, fascia, soffits, and eaves, which give easy access to the attic. We also get inside your attic searching for bat urine, feces, and of course, bats.

We’ll Explain How To Best Resolve Your Bat Infestation Issues

After we go through the inspection process and identify all the bat entry points, as well as the location of the bats, we establish a plan that will remove bats from your building and maximize keeping bats out of your building in the future.

We’ll describe what we’ve found, including photos, often infrared photos, showing the hot spots in your building where bats are residing. Along with this information, we’ll give you an estimate to perform the bat exclusion, which will maximize results.

Depending on the location of the bat entry points, we have several sealing strategies, but one sealing and repair method may be better suited to use over another.

No matter the type of bat entry point, we always have the perfect repair method, so you can rest assured our bat exclusion technicians will use the best sealing method available.

Generally, our bat removal and exclusion process will get all bats out of your building within a week and have all entry points repaired. But the job is generally not over as there may be a cleanup involved which could take some time.

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Bats B Gone thermal imaging technology can pinpoint bats in building walls. Our thermal imaging equipment saves us time which saves you money and we can get the bat exclusion job completed sooner.

Bats B Gone thermal imaging technology can pinpoint bats in building walls. Our thermal imaging equipment saves us time which saves you money and we can get the bat removal and exclusion job completed sooner.

Bats can enter access points the size of a dime. We discovered several small gaps below the roof line bats used to access the walls and attic.

Bats can enter access points the size of a dime. We discovered several small gaps below the roof line bats used to access the walls and attic. Our bat removal and excllusion team sealed all gaps!

This big brown bat came from a customer's attic and get into the living area. We were able to quickly capture this little guy, release him and deal with the other roosting bats in the attic.

This big brown bat came from a customer’s attic and get into the living area. We were able to quickly capture this little guy, release him and deal with the other roosting bats in the attic.

Bat Diseases And Why Attic Cleanup May Be Necessary After Bat Removal And Exclusion

Bats around your property are not necessarily a problem, especially since they can eat one-third to one-half their body weight in mosquitoes during their evening feedings, reducing those pesky biting insects. But once bats enter your building’s attic, they spread their urine and feces, soiling sheetrock, flooring, and insulation, costing you thousands of dollars in repairs. So once we remove bats from your building, you may have to consider an extensive cleanup or attic restoration seriously.

Also, bats roosting inside your residential or commercial building can come with numerous health problems. Histoplasmosis is an infection produced by inhaling spores of a fungus found in bat feces(guano). People usually get it from inhaling these spores when they become airborne during a cleanup. You can avoid this risk when you hire a professional bat removal and exclusion company like Bat B Gone Wildlife, which follows precautions that protect the cleanup crew and everyone living in the building.

It’s essential to recognize that bat removal and exclusion may not be the end of your problems when you have a large bat infestation. Bats B Gone will thoroughly investigate all the damage caused by a bat infestation inside your building and give you an honest assessment of what you should do if anything.

We promise we will never suggest any remediation unless we believe it is essential to your health and well-being or adding value to your home or business.

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This bat infestation caused severe damage to sheetrock, flooring, and insulation. An attic restoration was the only option to address this damage.

This bat infestation caused severe damage to sheetrock, flooring, and insulation. An attic restoration was the only option to address this damage.

The little brown bat often roosted in Connecticut buildings, but these infestations have been significantly reduced since white-nose infected the population. Notice the long ears? Thanks to wiki commons and USFWS/Ann Froschauer.

The little brown bat often roosted in Connecticut buildings, but these infestations have been significantly reduced since white-nose syndrome infected the population. Notice the long ears?

This big brown bat came from a customer's attic and get into the living area. We were able to quickly capture this little guy, release him and deal with the other roosting bats in the attic. Thanks to wiki commons and USFWSmidwest.

This brown bat has been a more robust species than the little brown, which commonly infests and roosts in Connecticut homes and buildings. Notice the short ears?

Bats B Gone Wildlife Have A Loyal Customer Base Who Love Our Work

5 star rating

“I cannot recommend them enough!”

I cannot say enough about the excellent job that Joe did ridding my home of 102 bats! We had originally hired a major company to take care of the problem and not only were they incompetent but they sealed the bats in my attic! Needless-to-say, the bats found a way into my home and we were forced to leave for 4 days – all 1 week before my daughter’s wedding!

Joe and Brian not only cleared the bats out (alive,I might add) but cleaned 32 lbs. of bat guano out of my attic, disinfected it and my beautiful home has been “bat-free” ever since! They took care of the bat issue quickly and efficiently and they gave us the confidence to go back into our home again. I cannot recommend them enough!”

Linda Freyer