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Bat Removal Services

Bats don’t need much of a window; plenty of them can infiltrate your roof or siding with just a little more than a dime-sized opening.

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Bats will not fly into your hair or attack you

While chasing insects, bats often fly erratically. This has led some people to mistakenly believe they are being “attacked” by the bat. Actually, bats are proficient flyers and can easily catch insects while avoiding people.

Less than one percent of bats carry rabies

Although the incidence of rabies in bats is low, a bat with rabies may show no outward sign of infection. Therefore, whenever handling a bat, always protect yourself by wearing leather gloves. Any bat bite or scratch should be considered serious. If someone has been bitten or scratched, attempt to capture the bat without damaging its head, so that it can be analyzed for rabies.

Bats are beneficial and gentle creatures

Bats eat thousands and thousands of mosquitoes and other pests that make our summers a lot more enjoyable!
Sometimes bats become a nuisance. The most common bat/human interactions involve a single bat that has found its way into a house or a colony of bats that has taken up residence in an attic, chimney, or other structure.

If you have a bat in your house or believe a colony of bats is living in your attic, walls, garage, or somewhere else in your home, your best bet is to call the professionals at BUZZ AWAY, and we’d be happy to safely remove the bats from your property and also clean up and restore whatever space the bats had occupied. 

If it’s just a single bat that’s entered your home, there are several ways to try to remove it. First, open all your doors and windows. Bats have excellent echolocation, and they may quickly realize that a window or door is open and simply fly out. You can also try to trap the bat in Tupperware, a butterfly net, or even a blanket. Flying in close quarters (your house) will get the bat tired pretty quickly, and they’ll land to catch their breath. Remember that bats have very fragile bones in their wings, so treat them gently before setting them free outside.

If you have a bat in your house or believe a colony of bats is living in your attic, walls, garage, or somewhere else in your home, your best bet is to call the professionals at BUZZ AWAY and we’d be happy to safely remove the bats from your property and also clean up and restore whatever space the bats had occupied.
Cleaning up the Mess!
We do not have an average cost for this service as it can range widely depending on the damage and the size of the area. We do quote a price once we are on-site and before we start the cleanup.

Bat Proofing

We do not hand remove bats from the home. We use a combination of custom one-way valve devices and sealing on the exterior of the house to allow the bats to leave and lock them out from re-entry, this system is the most effective way to remove all bats from the home and to keep them from coming back.

FAQS

We do not have an average cost for this service as it can range widely depending on the damage and the size of the area. We do quote a price once we are on-site and before we start the cleanup.

We do not hand remove bats from the home. We use a combination of custom one-way valve devices and sealing on the exterior of the house to allow the bats to leave and lock them out from re-entry, this system is the most effective way to remove all bats from the home and to keep them from coming back.

The time it takes us to remove bats depends on the size of the home and the areas that need attention to warranty the home — taking anywhere from 1-7 hours, depending on the size and condition of the house. For the bats to leave once the service is complete, you should start seeing results in a couple of weeks and be bat-free in 30 days.

Yes, we equip our technicians with plenty of lamps and gear to work at night. Arriving around sundown can be very beneficial for our techs to see the bat activity and to help locate the entry points the bats are using.

We do not charge mileage for our services. We charge based on the size, materials, and condition of the structure.

It all depends on the type of insurance you have and your specific insurance policy. We have seen insurance companies cover nothing, cover some things, and then only cover a full restoration service. We’ve seen the same insurance company cover different things in different states. It all depends on your insurance company and policy. We do typically find that bat removal falls under home maintenance or pest control.

Over the years, we have developed a series of questions to determine a solid price point for the home to be bat proofed. These days you can see almost anything on Google, especially in larger cities or homes near main highways. We work with the consumer to cut down on time and reduce the cost for all visits to get a job done most effectively.
The number one way to be sure is to physically handle the feces and look for a shimmer that would indicate insect wings in the feces. Mice tend to drop their feces around the edge of a room while bat droppings are in piles or scattered throughout the room.
We can remove a bat from outside a home. However, that bat is most likely to come back to your home in the same spot, especially if it is an adult bat hanging outside. Unfortunately, there is no screening or anything we can do to prevent them from hanging somewhere they feel comfortable. You can do the best you can to keep a bat population down in the area of your home, but, if there are bugs, that is food to bats, and they will find a close-by space to rest.

Bats are one of the most beneficial animals on earth.

Bats are one of the most beneficial animals on earth. They play an important role in our ecosystem that is often unknown to people. Bats can eat up to 1,000 bugs per night, and they also help pollinate many types of plants. Bats can also help protect humanity by eating mosquitos which carry diseases like malaria and Zika virus. Bat guano or bat poop has been shown to produce fertilizers that are more than twice as effective as traditional fertilizers, while bats often deflect rain which reduces the risk of flooding and landslides.

Bats and birds are both species that can fly, but they are very different. Bats use their wings to fly, while birds flap theirs. Birds have feathers for insulation, whereas bats do not. Bats can see in the dark better than most animals, while most birds cannot.

Bats are amazing animals. They can fly and they can also use sonar to “see” their surroundings. They also have some pretty cool adaptations like the ability to detect and eat insects in total darkness–even better than we can see them with light!

Here are some of the advantages of bats:

-They don’t get sick from all the germs on our hands

-They don’t need too much sleep, only about 2 hours a day

-They’re really helpful because they eat lots of bugs that we don’t want around

Bats are unique creatures with a lot of advantages and disadvantages. Bats are mammals that belong to the order Chiroptera. They use echolocation to catch prey and for navigation.

Some disadvantages of bats include:

– The population is decreasing

– It’s hard to study them because they fly so fast

Bats prey on a wide variety of animals, including:

– Insects

– Butterflies

– Moths

– Caddises

– Dragonflies

– Grasshoppers

– Beetles

– Bugs, such as ants and beetles.

Bats are important to the ecosystem because they pollinate plants, they are also insectivores, which is helpful in controlling insect populations. They also provide fertilizer by eating fruit.

Bats are the only flying mammal.

They make a variety of sounds from squeaks, chirps, clicks and growls.

They use echolocation to navigate through the darkness.

In the Western world, bats are usually associated with scary things like vampires and Halloween. In reality, they play a critical role in ecosystems by consuming insects that would otherwise destroy crops and spread disease.

Bats are nocturnal flying mammals that live in colonies. They are the only mammal that can fly.

Bats are important to the environment as they pollinate plants, control insect populations, and keep diseases to a minimum by eating mosquitoes.

Bats are an excellent example of mammalian evolution. Their wings evolved from an extension of their forelimbs, which were used for balancing during flight before becoming fully-formed wings capable of carrying them several hundred kilometers or more at night.

Bats are mammals classified in the order Chiroptera. There are about 1,000 bat species worldwide, with about 45 in North America.

There are about 1,000 bat species worldwide, with about 45 in North America.

Bats are a group of mammals that belong to the order Chiroptera. There are more than 1,200 species of bats in the world and they eat a variety of food from bugs to small animals.

Animals have been studied for centuries. The first scientific studies on bats were done by British naturalist John Ray in 1670. In his book, “The Ornithology”, Ray wrote about what he observed as a “flying mouse”. He also hypothesized that bats were nocturnal because they only came out at night and that their eyes were sensitive to light during this time because they went into caves or holes where it was dark.

The life expectancy of a bat is about 30 years. This is mostly due to their low body weight, which means they are less susceptible to injury and other factors that would shorten their lives.

Bats are mammals that can fly, produce ultrasonic sounds, and use echolocation.

Bats are the only mammals that can fly. They produce ultrasonic sound waves by snapping their jaws shut. They use these sounds to find objects in the dark or for navigation. This is called echolocation.

Bats are mammals, just like humans. They have all the same body parts that humans have. Bats are the only mammals that can fly, they use their wings to do so.

There is a wide variety of bats in the world, so nobody really knows how many types of bats there are. This is because there are so many species of bats – more than 1,300! It’s hard for scientists to count them all because they live in the tropics where it’s difficult for people to go and study them.

Bat Removal

If you have a bat in your house, or believe a colony of bats are living in your attic, walls, garage, or somewhere else in your home, your best bet is to call the professionals at BUZZ AWAY and we’d be happy to safely remove the bats from your property and also clean up and restore whatever space the bats had occupied.

Attic Cleanup

We offer attic restoration to all our customers. When our technician is finished bat proofing your area, he will inform you if an attic restoration is needed. They will give you a detailed estimate of what exactly needs to be done. It covers bat feces removal, contaminated insulation, urine cleanup, etc.

Bat Proofing

Bats are able to enter your home or office space through cracks or gaps as small as a dime. During the winter months they hibernate and search out warm areas like attics, insulation and walls. We place bat exclusion devices in your attic to safely evacuate bats and then we inspect and seal off all the areas that bats could be entering.

 

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