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Fort Lauderdale Bat Control

We do bat control for the Fort Lauderdale area and beyond. Patrick at Wildlife Removal Services, Inc is an expert at Florida bat removal. We work in accordance with the law, and we do not harm a single bat. Luckily, the only way to completely solve a bat problem 100% involves no harm of the bats. We exclude them from buildings - we let them fly out at dusk through one-way exclusion devices, and we don't let them fly back in. We seal the entire building shut, all gaps down to a quarter-inch, so that the whole place is completely bat-proof. Once all of the bats are gone, we clean up the waste that the colony has left behind, which can be severe, and pose a potential health risk. We provide a complete solution, and can handle the most complex situations.  

We provide professional Bat control for all of greater Fort Lauderdale, FL including all of Broward County and the towns/cities of Boca Raton, Deerfield Beach, Coral Springs, Coconut Creek, Margate, North Lauderdale, Lauderhill, Pompano Beach, Oakland Park, Plantation, Cooper City, Hollywood and more. We are not a standard Fort Lauderdale extermination company - we specialize only in wildlife, and will identify and trap the Fort Lauderdale Bat, control the problem in full, and we give a guarantee on our work.

Bats can cause significant contamination and health risk to attic spaces, with their droppings. Homeowner's insurance may cover the cost of full attic cleanup and restoration, with new energy-saving insulation replacement. Click here for info on our: Attic Cleanup and Insulation Replacement Services.

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Customer Email: We had a colony of bats in our chimney that seemed to appear suddenly while we were away for a week. No problems or signs of bat before we left and bats coming in our house through fireplace vents when we got back. Now they have left as suddenly as they came and we still need to seal up the house. We had a professional come and give us a bid when the bats were still here, but it is extremely expensive. We have a nephew who needs the work and is very good with a caulk gun (has painted professionally) and isn't afraid of heights. Somewhere on your site I remember seeing a recommendation for a professional caulk gun with flow control and now I can't find anything but the picture of you using one. Can you please tell me which gun you use and if possible, the product as well that works best in a humid climate in South FL. Thank you for your site and all the helpful information.

Bat Removal Season Attracts Exterminators: The real prizes come later, when exterminators bring down what is possibly a free-tail bat, remarked Mr. Wildlife Removal Expert Andrew, who likely is also one of the club bossy fellows. Mr. Wildlife Removal Expert Andrew retired to the Vineyard three years ago, and has trapped in the state woodland each year since. More than in previous years, this free-tail bat animal removal trap season likely is in the cross hairs. Public outcry on the Vineyard over the increase in reported cases of tick-borne illnesses, such as Lyme disease, has raised questions of whether the state should extend free-tail bat critter stalking season. Currently, animal removal trap season lasts one seven day period only. Advocates of extending the season echo state authorities on critters' claims that the large biologically surveyed amount of free-tail bat on the Island likely is above where it should be; free-tail bat ticks are the primary known transmitter of Lyme disease in the United States. We attempted to get more information from Fort Lauderdale animal control experts, but could not. And it is not just exterminators sounding the cry. In September, Island residents packed the Katharine Cornell Theatre in Vineyard Haven to urge authorities on critters from the Florida Division of Fisheries and Wildlife to extend the season. Dozens of people shared their experiences with Lyme disease and other tick-related illnesses. "I don't know if there are more free-tail bat around, but they seem to be everywhere," Mr. Wildlife Removal Expert Andrew remarked Sunday. "I think it likely is reflective of the amount of homes there are. It seems to me that more homeowners encourage greater free-tail bat biologically surveyed amounts. At least, the homes that like to grow flowers and gardens on their properties do. Around here, free-tail bat will wipe your plants out." The animal removal trap season ends Saturday one half-hour after sunset. Black powder and primitive critter traps season begins Monday. This report is not verified by Fort Lauderdale pest control companies.