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Batman Enterprises, LLC

Bats, while beneficial to the ecosystem, can become unwelcome guests when they decide to take up residence in your home. Not only can their presence be unsettling, but bats also pose health risks and can cause structural damage.

At Batman Enterprises, we specialize in humane and effective bat removal, ensuring your home is bat-free while
promoting the well-being of these vital creatures.


Bats play a crucial role in maintaining ecological balance by controlling insect populations. However, when they roost in residential spaces, the situation can become problematic. Guano (bat droppings) can harbor harmful pathogens, and the constant fluttering of wings can damage insulation and other structures. Timely bat removal is essential to protect your home and family.

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 Understanding the Bat Removal Process

  1. Inspection and Identification

Our trained professionals begin by conducting a thorough inspection of your property to identify bat entry
points and roosting areas. We consider the species involved, as different bats may have varying
habits and behaviors.

  1. Customized Removal Plan

Once we understand the extent of the infestation, we develop a customized removal plan. We prioritize humane
methods, ensuring the bats are safely removed without harm. This may involve the use of one-way exclusion
devices that allow bats to leave but prevent them from re-entering.

  1. Sealing Entry Points

To prevent future infestations, we seal all identified entry points after the bats have been safely removed. This includes
gaps, cracks, and openings that could be potential access points for bats. Proper sealing is crucial to ensure a
long-term solution.

  1. Clean-Up and Sanitation

Guano and urine left behind by bats can pose health risks. Our team performs a comprehensive clean-up
and sanitation process to remove bat droppings and associated contaminants. This step is vital for creating a safe
and healthy living environment.

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At Batman Enterprises, our commitment is to provide homeowners with a safe, humane, and effective solution
to bat infestations. Our comprehensive approach, from inspection to exclusion, ensures that your home remains
bat-free while respecting the important role bats play in the environment. If you suspect a bat infestation or want to
take preventive measures, contact us today for a professional assessment.

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brown bat showing teeth

Humane Bat Control

When you need humane & effective bat removal options call Batman Enterprises, LLC! We can protect you and your property from bats without using harsh chemicals. We offer free estimates for a wide variety of bat removal and additional services, including:

FAQ Bat Removal Questions

 The odor is usually the first thing people notice. A large colony of bats will generate a lot of noise. Bats are generally harmless animals, they don’t chew on wires like rodents do, but the main problem they cause is that they poop and pee a lot. Each bat can poop 20 pellets per day, and if you multiply that number times hundreds of bats over a couple of years, you get an attic full of bat guano (bat poop).

Due to the very real possibility that bats can carry rabies and other infectious diseases- the short answer is ABSOLUTELY NOT! Contact a specialized bat removal company such as Batman Enterprises LLC.

Yes! We will remove all bats properly, using the best practices in a safe and humane way for the bats. This process is called “exclusion”. In addition, we remove and cleanup the bat droppings (guano). Guano can cause histoplasmosis in humans and is also very corrosive. If bats return- so do we to remove them!

A bat can squeeze itself into a small hole in your home that is the size of a dime! And the entire colony will continue to use that hole and other openings as they build inside your attic or home. After we provide a one-way exclusion point for the bats, we seal all of those holes.

Bats are known to carry another disease which is spread through their droppings (guano). It’s a fungal disease called histoplasmosis which primarily affects the lungs.

No, typically bats are not solitary creatures. So if you see one bat, the colony is nearby. A colony usually consists of 25-35 adult bats, which of course can breed and grow exponentially.

Yes! Bats are beneficial mammals that consume LOTS of insects and some actually act as pollinators.

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With over 20 years of experience behind us, our highly trained staff can carefully assess and evaluate your situation
to identify all the underlying reasons to that have led to your bat infestation problem. We are knowledgeable in our
field and offer friendly and helpful service to all our customers. Our staff is fully qualified and committed to delivering
effective results.

Don’t let bat infestations do harm to you and your property. Please contact us to arrange an appointment.
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