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

Wildlife Trapping Removal And Exclusion Experts In Fairfield County, Connecticut

Servicing The Wildlife Trapping Needs Of The Cities Of Darien, Greenwich, New Canaan, Westport, Stamford, Fairfield, and Wilton

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The Wildlife Trapping Removal And Exclusion Process:  We Provide Humane Wildlife Trapping Strategies That Trap Wildlife Out Of Your Home, Business, Or Buildings

Bat B Gone Wildlife Trapping Removal and Exclusion have successfully dealt with Fairfield County, Connecticut, wildlife problems. We trap and remove nuisance wildlife, provide guidance, and make preemptive fixes that lessen future wildlife problems on your property, home, or business. With decades of experience, our Wildlife Trapping Removal and Exclusion team solves our customers’ nuisance wildlife conflicts with humane, efficient, and secure strategies.

Bats B Gone Wildlife offers humane trapping removal and exclusion services from residential and commercial properties for bats, birds, beavers, groundhogs, mice, moles, opossums, squirrels, snakes, skunks, and more. Our rates are reasonable, and we guarantee exceptional customer service. With a 24/7/365 emergency response service, we can be at your home within a few hours. Our licensed and insured team of experts can resolve the most demanding wildlife trapping removal and exclusion situation.

The Bats B Gone Wildlife team uses state-of-the-art technologies technology whenever appropriate. We utilize drones, field cameras, borescopes, and thermal image inspections to determine what type of wildlife problem we may face. These technologies save us time; therefore, they save you money.

Our Bats B Gone Wildlife wildlife removal exclusion team is highly ethical. We follow local, state, and federal guidelines, guaranteeing your safety and a humane approach toward all nuisance wildlife. By employing the Bats B Gone team, you get the finest wildlife trapping removal and exclusion service in Fairfield County, Connecticut. And we back up our previous statement based on what our former customers say about us, so any second thoughts you may have will be erased!

We’re Open 24/7/365 For All Wildlife Control Emergencies

Photo at wildlife trapping removal and exclusion page: Our Bats B Gone Wildlife team never leaves behind babies when trapping out a parent. Mama and babies always get removed together and released together.

Our Bats B Gone Wildlife team never leaves behind babies when trapping out a parent. Mama and babies always get removed together and released together. In the above instance, we’ve captured a mama raccoon and her kits.

Photo at wildlife trapping removal and exclusion page: At this home, we caught a groundhog and a possum. This country property had several critter problems, including squirrels in the eaves, groundhogs tearing up their lawn, and a family of opossums turning over their garbage cans.

At this home, we caught a groundhog and a possum. This country property had several critter problems, including squirrels in the eaves, groundhogs tearing up their lawn, and a family of opossums turning over their garbage cans.

Photo at wildlife trapping removal and exclusion page: This beaver was destroying some precious trees on this customer's property. In this case, this beaver was chewing off the bark in a ring around the base of the tree, which resulted in the death of the trees.

This beaver was destroying some precious trees on this customer’s property. In this case, this beaver was chewing off the bark in a ring around the base of the tree, which resulted in the death of the trees.

A Simple Explanation Of Wildlife Exclusion: Sealing Gaps In Your Building

Wildlife exclusion is locating and removing gaps that allow wildlife to enter a building. Exclusion provides the only effective answer to your wildlife problems by sealing all entrance points and any vulnerabilities we find that may allow wild animals into your building in the future. In some instances, if we know wild critters are in your building, for example, the attic, we may leave one or two openings over which we put live cage traps, usually for birds, squirrels, or raccoons, which will harmlessly trap the animal when leaving the building.  Or, we may place one-way bat valves over the openings, which allow bats out of a building but cannot return through the valve.

It Takes Years Of Experience And Knowledge Of The Types Of Areas In A Building Each Type Of Wildlife Will Attempt To Access. A Professionally Trained Eye Is Necessary To Spot Places On A Building That An Inexperienced Individual Would Never Consider An Animal Using.

 

We’re Open 24/7/365 For All Wildlife Control Emergencies

Photo at wildlife trapping removal and exclusion page: Flying squirrels were managing to get into this attic through this small gap that was not much more than the size of a quarter which is big enough for a 5 or 6-inch flyer squiggling through.

Flying squirrels were managing to get into this attic through this small gap that was not much more than the size of a quarter which is big enough for a 5 or 6-inch flyer squiggling through.

Photo at wildlife trapping removal and exclusion page: We use live traps to capture any nuisance wildlife on your property unless special circumstances demand otherwise.

We use live traps to capture any nuisance wildlife on your property unless exceptional circumstances demand otherwise. In this case, we are setting up a trap to capture pesky squirrels inside an attic.

Bats were getting into this attic through an opening in the gable vent. We put a screen over the gable vent but left a small gap over which we attached a One-Way Bat Valve that allowed the bats out, but they could not return.

Bats were getting into this attic through an opening in the gable vent. We put a screen over the gable vent but left a small gap over which we attached a One-Way Bat Valve that allowed the bats out, but they could not return.

Bats B Gone’s Wildlife Trapping Removal and Exclusion Process

All Jobs Starts With An Inspection Inside and Outside of Your Building

Generally, we get calls because people hear sounds inside their building or see wildlife hanging around or entering areas of the building itself. When called in, we need to complete an inspection inside and outside your building.

Initially, we discuss what you’ve been experiencing. Are you hearing scratching in the walls? Do you hear squeaking sounds in the attic? Have you heard the sound of fluttering wings? Are there any odd scents coming into your home? Essentially this is a sit-down to let you know we’re here to listen to your concerns.

Ideally, we first like to determine what critter may be inside your home since that gives us a better sense of how it may have entered your building. But, locating entry points outside your home or business is necessary since we must seal and repair those areas.

It’s not uncommon for us to give wildlife trapping at the inspection time if there is enough time to establish what type of critter is in your building. We need to check for signs outside the home, like chimneys, fascia, soffits, vents, eaves, crawl spaces, and under porches and decks.

Once inside your home or business, we always examine the basement and attic. We use some of the technology that allows us to see if you have any critters that may be living inside your walls. Not only must we get any wild animals out of your building or property, but we must also ensure all entry points are repaired to prevent nuisance wildlife from entering. 

We’ll Explain How To Best Resolve Your Wildlife Human Conflict

After we go through the inspection process and identify the wild animal invading your building and its location(s), we establish a plan to remove the invading wild animal from your building and maximize keeping critters out of your building in the future.

We’ll describe what we’ve found, including photos of the wild animal, often infrared photos showing the hot spots in your building where they reside, and photos of any damage we see. Usually, we find things like damaged vents, rotting wood along eaves, facia, and soffits, feces in various areas, signs of animals tunneling through your attic insulation, soiled insulation, and different types of nests.

Along with this information, we’ll give you an estimate to trap and remove the invading animal, the cost to repair all entry points and potential vulnerabilities in your building, as well as the price to do any cleanup.

Depending on the location of the wildlife in your building, we have several sealing strategies, but one sealing and repair method may be better suited to use over another. No matter the type of wildlife 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.

You can rest assured once you hire Bats B Gone Wildlife Trapping Removal And Exclusion team, we’ll complete the job effectively, efficiently, humanely, and safely. Your satisfaction is 100% guaranteed!

We’re Open 24/7/365 For All Wildlife Control Emergencies

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.

When we are called into your home for a wildlife invasion we begin our search from the base of the building if that is necessary.

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.

For certain wildlife critters that invade your home, like bats and squirrels, we must search the roofline of your building for any small gap they may use to enter.

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.

We not only investigate the outside of your building we search through the basement and attic where we find areas where wildlife take refuge.

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

5 star rating

“I’m very pleased…”

“I live in new Milford and contacted them about a flying squirrel problem and they were so quick to come and take care of it for me! I’m very pleased with the job they have done and I have not had any of them return!

Jillian Burkett

5 star rating

“…was a SAVIOR”

“Bats R Us Wildlife Removal Service( Bats B Gone by another name)) was a SAVIOR! They helped remove all sorts of Wildlife from my home. They also made sure after removing what was there no other creatures would return. They are very reliable prompt and do a great job! I would definitely recommend this service to service to friends. They get an A+ from me! Thanks guys!”

Shaila R