Professional Bat Removal Services

Not many creatures generate as much fear in people as bats. World Class Wildlife Removal can guide you through the entire process of bat removal, from the first bat inspection through bat exclusion and any repairs needed to keep them out of your home or business. Our professional bat removal technicians can remove your bats and help restore your peace of mind.

Bats can faces frighten us and their swooping and screeching causes panic. They are popularly believed to be carriers of disease. It can be alarming to a homeowner when bats take up residence in their home. No one needs to tolerate sharing space with bats in the same house.

Fortunately, there is no need to panic! World Class Wildlife expert bat technicians are available and ready to work with you to remove them. Read on to learn about bats, or contact us directly at 727-204-8461 or email us at worldclasswildlife@gmail.com.

REMOVING BATS FROM YOUR HOME

If you have bats in your home, it is good to learn a little bit about their biology and habits. It will assist you in understanding how bat eviction works and may help calm your unease about bats.

BAT CHARACTERISTICS


Bats make up approximately 18% of all mammals in the world and they are the only species of mammal that can truly fly. While there are over 1,300 species of bats worldwide, only 13 are recognized native species in Florida. Six of the bats are very common for the Florida – Brazilian (Mexican) free-tailed bat, southeastern myotis, evening bat, Eastern red bat, Seminole bat and Northern yellow bat. These bats form maternity colonies in buildings and homes, because of the warmth, dryness, security and darkness.

All bats found in Florida are insectivores that feed off flying insects such as moths, flies, dragonflies, beetles, wasps, ants, mosquitoes, and more. Bats are the largest predator of insects that fly at night. Though most people are afraid of bats, they are very beneficial to the ecosystem. By eating a tremendous number of crop damaging moths (whose larva are crop-eating worms) the bats save farmers an incredible amount of crop damage and reduce need for excessive pesticide applications. Many bats can eat their body-weight in insects every night.

Contrary to what the general public thinks, bats are not blind. They use echolocation to spot their prey. Some Florida bat species travel as far as 25 to 30 miles from their home each night and return each morning before dawn. They often fly at heights of 20 to 50 feet above the ground, but have been reported several thousand feet up in the sky.

DO I HAVE A BAT PROBLEM?


Despite the benefits bats give to the ecosystem as a whole, they become a problem when they take up roosting in an attic, or soffit vent. How can I tell if I have a bat problem in my home?

The most prominent sign that you have a bat infestation is a constant scratching sound coming from your attic. The scratching can be constant or intermittent and can occur both at night and during the day, though it usually occurs at night. A squirrel or other rodents makes a gnawing side vs. scratching.

Sometimes a pungent, ammonia-smell may be a sign of a bat infestation (the odor from large amounts of bat droppings), but as the odor only accumulates gradually, it may not be noticed by many homeowners and is not necessarily present in all infestations.

Click here to contact World Class Wildlife Removal for a consultation about your bat problem.

How not to handle your bat problem?

Many people believe that bats are migratory and will eventually leave an attic where they have begun residing. This is not true. Bats are not a migratory species and they will not go away if they are left alone. When bats take up residence in your home, they are looking primarily for somewhere stable and safe to raise their young and roost. They are looking to find a permanent home. A colony of bats will only get larger until the colony is professionally removed.

FLORIDA BATS, RABIES AND DISEASE


In most cases, effective bat removal is beyond the scope of what a homeowner can accomplish on his own and requires the service of professionals.

Bat guano (feces) is very unsanitary and should not be approached or cleaned save by trained technicians wearing the appropriate protective gear. Besides its pungent odor, bat guano can contain the fungus spore Histoplasma capsulatum that can cause a disease known as histoplasma if the spores are inhaled. Bats may also carry mites, ticks, fleas and other unwanted pests. If you suspect you have a bat infestation in your home, it is safest and most efficient to call the professionals at World Class Wildlife Removal to handle the problem.

Bat Removal in Clearwater

World Class Wildlife Removal technicians will conduct a thorough inspection of your home to identify all points of entry, starting from the peak of the roof and combing over every seam and junction until he reaches ground level. Once the bat points of entry are identified, exclusion valves are attached to the entry points that will both get the bats out of your home and prevent them from returning to your home. Our exclusion process combines a series of properly coordinated valve installations with repairs to points of entry in order to ensure a complete and permanent eviction.

The bat exclusion process is a very detailed and delicate service that requires experience. World Class Wildlife Removal has performed successful bat exclusion work for residents, businesses, municipalities and churches all across Clearwater.

WHAT TO DO IF A BAT IS FLYING AROUND IN MY HOME?


  1. Attempt to close the bat into a confined space that has few objects in it for the bat to hide in or behind (bathroom, laundry room, or empty spare bedroom).
  2. Firmly stuff a towel along the base of the door to the room you have closed it into.
  3. Call World Class Wildlife Removal (727-204-8461) and get a Tech sent to the home to extract the bat.
  4. If you lose sight of the bat, shut every door in the home and be sure to close doors behind you while moving through the house.

Commercial Bat Eviction

Few things are more unnerving to your employees and disturbing to your customers than when they come into your place of business and are greeted with a bat flying around.

World Class Wildlife Removal has evicted bats from business offices, neighborhood gazebos, churches, factories, and much more. We are experienced experts at residential and commercial bat eviction. Bat removal requires the identification and sealing of entry points, and remediation of insulation or other areas damaged by bat guano and other professional repairs. If there is a loss caused by bat damage, there can be the need of an insurance policy claim.

World Class Wildlife Removal is your one-stop-shop for all aspects of bat removal, from the inspection to the bat eviction, from the repairs and remediation to guiding your business through complicated insurance questions.

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BAT CHARACTERISTICS


Bats make up approximately 18% of all mammals in the world and they are the only species of mammal that can truly fly. While there are over 1,300 species of bats worldwide, only 13 are recognized native species in Florida. Six of the bats are very common for the Florida – Brazilian (Mexican) free-tailed bat, southeastern myotis, evening bat, Eastern red bat, Seminole bat and Northern yellow bat. These bats form maternity colonies in buildings and homes, because of the warmth, dryness, security and darkness.

All bats found in Florida are insectivores that feed off flying insects such as moths, flies, dragonflies, beetles, wasps, ants, mosquitoes, and more. Bats are the largest predator of insects that fly at night. Though most people are afraid of bats, they are very beneficial to the ecosystem. By eating a tremendous number of crop damaging moths (whose larva are crop-eating worms) the bats save farmers an incredible amount of crop damage and reduce need for excessive pesticide applications. Many bats can eat their body-weight in insects every night.

Contrary to what the general public thinks, bats are not blind. They use echolocation to spot their prey. Some Florida bat species travel as far as 25 to 30 miles from their home each night and return each morning before dawn. They often fly at heights of 20 to 50 feet above the ground, but have been reported several thousand feet up in the sky.

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DO I HAVE A BAT PROBLEM?


Despite the benefits bats give to the ecosystem as a whole, they become a problem when they take up roosting in an attic, or soffit vent. How can I tell if I have a bat problem in my home?

The most prominent sign that you have a bat infestation is a constant scratching sound coming from your attic. The scratching can be constant or intermittent and can occur both at night and during the day, though it usually occurs at night. A squirrel or other rodents makes a gnawing side vs. scratching.

Sometimes a pungent, ammonia-smell may be a sign of a bat infestation (the odor from large amounts of bat droppings), but as the odor only accumulates gradually, it may not be noticed by many homeowners and is not necessarily present in all infestations.

Click here to contact World Class Wildlife Removal for a consultation about your bat problem.

How not to handle your bat problem?

Many people believe that bats are migratory and will eventually leave an attic where they have begun residing. This is not true. Bats are not a migratory species and they will not go away if they are left alone. When bats take up residence in your home, they are looking primarily for somewhere stable and safe to raise their young and roost. They are looking to find a permanent home. A colony of bats will only get larger until the colony is professionally removed.

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FLORIDA BATS, RABIES AND DISEASE


In most cases, effective bat removal is beyond the scope of what a homeowner can accomplish on his own and requires the service of professionals.

Bat guano (feces) is very unsanitary and should not be approached or cleaned save by trained technicians wearing the appropriate protective gear. Besides its pungent odor, bat guano can contain the fungus spore Histoplasma capsulatum that can cause a disease known as histoplasma if the spores are inhaled. Bats may also carry mites, ticks, fleas and other unwanted pests. If you suspect you have a bat infestation in your home, it is safest and most efficient to call the professionals at World Class Wildlife Removal to handle the problem.

Bat Removal in Clearwater

World Class Wildlife Removal technicians will conduct a thorough inspection of your home to identify all points of entry, starting from the peak of the roof and combing over every seam and junction until he reaches ground level. Once the bat points of entry are identified, exclusion valves are attached to the entry points that will both get the bats out of your home and prevent them from returning to your home. Our exclusion process combines a series of properly coordinated valve installations with repairs to points of entry in order to ensure a complete and permanent eviction.

The bat exclusion process is a very detailed and delicate service that requires experience. World Class Wildlife Removal has performed successful bat exclusion work for residents, businesses, municipalities and churches all across Clearwater.

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WHAT TO DO IF A BAT IS FLYING AROUND IN MY HOME?


  1. Attempt to close the bat into a confined space that has few objects in it for the bat to hide in or behind (bathroom, laundry room, or empty spare bedroom).
  2. Firmly stuff a towel along the base of the door to the room you have closed it into.
  3. Call World Class Wildlife Removal (727-204-8461) and get a Tech sent to the home to extract the bat.
  4. If you lose sight of the bat, shut every door in the home and be sure to close doors behind you while moving through the house.

Commercial Bat Eviction

Few things are more unnerving to your employees and disturbing to your customers than when they come into your place of business and are greeted with a bat flying around.

World Class Wildlife Removal has evicted bats from business offices, neighborhood gazebos, churches, factories, and much more. We are experienced experts at residential and commercial bat eviction. Bat removal requires the identification and sealing of entry points, and remediation of insulation or other areas damaged by bat guano and other professional repairs. If there is a loss caused by bat damage, there can be the need of an insurance policy claim.

World Class Wildlife Removal is your one-stop-shop for all aspects of bat removal, from the inspection to the bat eviction, from the repairs and remediation to guiding your business through complicated insurance questions.

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