Bat Exclusion At Maine Bat Specialists – Southern Maine’s Bat Professionals
Expert Maine Bat Specialists, Bat Removal, Bat Exclusion, And So Much More
Maine’s Leading Bat Exclusion and Removal Service
At Maine Bat Specialists, our commitment is to permanently eliminate bats from your home or attic while utilizing the most innovative and humane bat exclusion techniques. Bat exclusion is the process of ensuring bats are safely removed from residential and commercial buildings, without causing harm to the animals or the environment. This includes preventing re-entry by sealing all potential entry points. We understand the unique patterns of bat behavior, and our bat exclusion procedures are designed to coincide with these patterns for optimal results.
In essence, the bat removal procedure involves the installation of “one-way devices” at the bats’ points of entry. These devices allow bats to exit but prevent them from returning. It is crucial to meticulously seal the rest of the house to ensure the bats cannot find their way back in. This bat eviction strategy is referred to as “live exclusion,” a humane method that allows bats to leave unharmed, while securing the remainder of the home thoroughly.
We frequently deal with bat exclusions that require intricate ladder work on sharply sloped roofs and challenging angles – a task that carries inherent risks. We understand this, which is why we prioritize not only our own safety but also the security of our clients. Our experienced professionals have carried out hundreds of bat removal operations throughout Maine. We are confident in asserting that our company is the top choice in the entire state for bat removal services.
Every bat extraction assignment we undertake is accompanied by a written warranty, assuring the permanent removal of bats from your premises. If you’re residing anywhere in Maine, chances are we can assist you! Trust us to bring an end to the distressing experiences of sleepless nights, bats intruding into your home, and unpleasant attic odors.
Maine Bat Specialists Stand Behind Our Customers Until Their Bat Problem Has Been Solved. We Offer A 2 Year Warranty Against Re-Entry Into The Home Or Structure On Buildings In Good Structural Condition.
Contact Us At 207-530-1759
We Use Specialized And Effective One Way Bat Exclusion Devices
Why Choose Maine Bat Specialists for Bat Exclusion?
- Experience and Expertise: With years of experience in bat exclusion in Maine, our knowledgeable team can handle any bat infestation, big or small.
- Humane Methods: We prioritize the well-being of bats during exclusion. All our procedures adhere strictly to Maine’s wildlife regulations, ensuring humane and ethical treatment of bats.
- Prevention is Key: Our bat exclusion service doesn’t just stop at removing bats. We go a step further by identifying and sealing potential entry points, preventing future infestations.
You Get The Best In The Bat Removal And Bat Exclusion Business When You Hire Maine Bat Specialists
Inland Cities We Offer Bat Removal And Bat Exclusion Services
Waterville, Bangor, Old Town, Belgrade, Pittsfield, Norridgewock, Skowhegan, Farmington, Rumford, and more.
Coastal And Mid-Coast Cities We Offer Bat Removal And Bat Exclusion Services
Portland, Windham, Cape Elizabeth, Falmouth, Freeport, Bath, Wiscasset, Boothbay, Rockland, Camden, Brunswick, Augusta, Gardiner, Winthrop, Lewiston, Auburn, Belfast, Ellsworth, and Bar Harbor.
Counties We Service For Maine Bat Removal And Bat Exclusion Services
Lincoln County, Knox County, Sagadahoc County, Androscoggin County, Cumberland County, Kennebec County, Waldo County, Hancock County, Washington County, Penobscot County, Somerset County, Franklin County, and Oxford County.
Why Bats Will Leave Your Home For Good After Eviction
In general, once bats are evicted from your residence in Maine, they typically do not return. To clarify, once the preliminary work is done and the bats are forced to leave your home at night, there’s a brief window during which the bats attempt to regain entry and reclaim their roost in your attic. If the bat colony doesn’t succeed in reentering initially, they’re likely never to succeed, provided the house remains sealed.
Bats typically do not linger on your property once their roost has been rendered inaccessible. As straightforward creatures, bats don’t spend time plotting to retake your attic and exact revenge on the humans who ousted them. Their primary concerns are feeding on insects and securing a peaceful habitat.
Following one or two nights of unsuccessful attempts to reenter the attic, the bats usually abandon the building in search of a new roost. We estimate that Maine Bat Specialists first attempts at bat exclusion are successful in 98% of cases, with the remaining 2% of bat issues still covered under our bat removal warranty.
Evaluating Costs: Should I Attempt Bat Exclusion on My Own or Opt for a Less Expensive Solution?
To be straightforward, managing bat issues is not a task to be undertaken lightly or without professional training. Our specialists have several years of experience perfecting the bat removal process, so it would be unrealistic to expect a novice to succeed after a night or two of online research. The task is inherently risky due to the heights involved in the process. This is why our certified bat experts are here, to assist Maine homeowners in the first place.
Moreover, the various gadgets advertised online promising bat deterrence typically lack efficacy. Our professionals have found such “sound emitters,” purported to repel bats, buried deep in mounds of bat guano. The only guaranteed method for evicting bats from a building is through a thorough live exclusion process.
While we won’t name names, we advise caution when considering extremely low-cost service providers, as these are often enticements to secure your business. The likelihood is that the bat issue may persist longer than expected. It is more prudent to hire a professional from the outset rather than exhaust substantial amounts of your hard-earned money pursuing ineffective solutions. If an offer seems too good to be true, it typically is. Contact our bat removal experts at Maine Bat Specialists today by calling us at 207-530-1759.
We Offer Many Services Involving Bats And The Damage They Leave Behind: Bat Inspections, Bat Proofing, Humane Bat Exclusion, Bat Guano Cleanup, Chimney Sanitation, And Insulation Removal/Replacement
When you engage our expert bat removal services, we provide a written guarantee for all bat extraction tasks. A minimum warranty of 12 months is included for bat removal projects. Depending on the specificities of your home’s structure, warranties can extend up to 2 years for some bat-related operations.
Under the terms of our warranty or contract, we promise to eliminate bats from your property. If bats happen to return within the warranty duration, we will address the issue without charging any additional fees. Should bats return after the expiration of our warranty, we offer a reduced rate to undertake the necessary additional work.
The Northern long-eared bat (Myotis septentrionalis), a species living and roosting in Maine, is a diminutive bat native to North America. In the U.S., it has been classified as a “threatened” species.
Bat Droppings Cleanup And Attic Restoration Services
The initial step is bat eviction, but their droppings left behind in the attic also require attention. That’s where Maine Bat Specialists come into the picture. Our expertise not only lies in bat removal but also in rectifying the aftermath of their habitation. While bats don’t inflict any external structural damage to homes, except for urine and grease marks on the siding, the real problem lies in the bat droppings deposited in the attic.
Maine Bat Specialists dedicated team serves across the entire state of Maine, addressing a wide array of issues associated with bats and humans, including problems related to bat guano. Bat droppings can harbor dangerous diseases, potentially leading to serious illness. We are equipped with all the required machinery to fully restore your attic, ensuring thorough sanitization in the process to restore healthy living conditions in your home. If bat guano infiltrates wall voids, we can even remove and replace the drywall.