Propestmen of Ohio offers bat removal and bat control solutions to the residents of Amity, Ohio. As an Ohio based branch, we frequently service the Amity area for bat removal.
A bat flying inside your home can be a common occurrence for some people, but it should not be tolerated. It is better for both the bat and people that we live in separate homes. We provide bat removal solutions that are safe for the bat and will solve your bat problem. One of only a handful of companies specializing in bat removal, Propestmen carries all the proper licensing and permits to effectively evict bats from your home. Additionally, we are the only company in Ohio that is recommended by the Organization for Bat Conservation for bat removal.
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Surprisingly, it is a common problem for many Amity, Ohio residents, to have a colony of bats living in their homes. They are usually first discovered when one member of the colony accidentally gains access to the living space.
Upon our initial inspection, we will assess your home for potential entry points for bats. An attic inspection can discover evidence that bats leave behind, such as guano and rub marks. In addition, we will conduct an exterior evaluation in order to properly formulate a bat removal solution to prevent bats from entering your home.
In order to provide a long term successful exclusion proper identification of the core problem is essential. Proper care must be taken during the bat exclusion and bat removal process to make certain your Amity, Ohio home is completely sealed and secured.
Unique from other problem pests, many Amity bats are protected by Ohio law. With slow reproduction rates, bats generally only have one pup each year. Bats live long lives and provide essential services to the Amity, Ohio area by reducing problem insect populations. With the application of a live bat exclusion we are able ensure the bats are not harmed during their removal and can continue to rid your yard of problematic insects such as mosquitoes and moths.