As one of Michigan’s bat control and removal experts, we provide professional and detailed services in the Ann Arbor area for all your bat related needs. Our wide range of services cover everything from the initial inspection, bat eviction, waste clean up, attic restoration, damage repairs, and even re-inspections if the problem keeps persisting.
Upon initial inspection, our technicians survey the exterior of your home or building as well as the entire roof and interior attic space. Looking for any space along the ridge vents, eaves, soffits, roof connection points, etc., for any possible entry or access point that bats can enter through. During this inspection we also look for exterior roosts, structural defects, and contaminations. This is to aid in the evaluation of the overal bat colony and the condition of the residence.
Our bat exclusion service includes the use of one way doors that are installed to filter out the roosting bats. All other potential access points that were stated in the estimate are sealed and any damages to the roof may be repaired at that time. This is a preventative measure to ensure that the bat colony can not make its way back in. Exclusion doors are left up for a period of 30 days or more to ensure that all bats have made their way out of your home or building. If during that time, issues are still occurring, a reinspection can be scheduled to address the complaint.
Attic repair and restoration can be a tricky thing and our technicians are trained in providing quality work. This service includes waste removal, removal of contaminated insulation, disenfection of attic space, enzyme odor control, mold remediation and treatment, and installation of new insulation.
Spot cleaning services are also available, we will be happy to provide an estimate upon request.[vc_column width=”1/2″][vc_column width=”1/2″]To receive more details about our services or to schedule a inspection for bat removal or wildlife control services please send us a short message with your name and email and we will contact you to answer any questions you may have. Thank you, we look forward to working with you and solving your nuisance wildlife problem.