Welcome to The Bat Guys Bat Removal in Nebraska
Welcome to The Bat Guys Bat Removal in Nebraska, your go-to bat removal experts serving the neighborhoods of Omaha, Lincoln, Grand Island, and many others! If you have bats in your house or attic, don’t panic. We’re here to help with safe and humane bat removal services.
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We understand that finding bats in your house or attic can be alarming and stressful, but with our professional bat control services, you can rest assured that we will get rid of bats from your home safely and humanely. Our team of experts specializes in getting rid of bats in your house or attic without harming these valuable creatures that play an essential role in the ecosystem.
Our bat control services include bat removal near you, bat control near you, and bats in attic removal. We pride ourselves on providing fast and efficient bat removal services, so you can get back to enjoying your home in no time.
We use only the safest and most humane bat removal methods to ensure that bats are removed from your home without harm. Our team of experts also specializes in bat-proofing your home to prevent future infestations.
Don’t let bats take over your home! If you’re looking for bat removal services in Nebraska, look no further than The Bat Guys Bat Removal. We’re here to help you get rid of bats from your home safely and humanely. Contact us today to learn more about our bat control services and how we can help you get rid of bats in your house or attic.
Contact us today to learn more about our bat control services and how we can help you get rid of bats from your home or business safely and humanely.
I’ve just noticed a bat in my house. Can you come today to get this bat out of my house?
While in some cases we will have someone nearby, our technician’s schedules can fill up fast with bat-proofing appointments. We do not have a 24/7 service technician that strictly performs bat removal all day every day. Unfortunately, we book our technicians by appointment only at this time. We are expanding fast and are hoping to add this feature to our list of services to come!
Is there a standard charge for cleanup costs?
We do not have an average cost for this service as it can range widely depending on the damage and the size of the area. We do quote a price once we are on-site and before we start the cleanup.
How do you know the price if you haven't seen the house?
Over the years, we have developed a series of questions to determine a solid price point for the home to be bat proofed. These days you can see almost anything on Google, especially in larger cities or homes near main highways. We work with the consumer to cut down on time and reduce the cost for all visits to get a job done most effectively.
How long does it take to remove the bats?
The time it takes us to remove bats depends on the size of the home and the areas that need attention to warranty the home — taking anywhere from 1-7 hours, depending on the size and condition of the house. For the bats to leave once the service is complete, you should start seeing results in a couple of weeks and be bat-free in 30 days.
How do you remove the bats?
We do not hand remove bats from the home. We use a combination of custom one-way valve devices and sealing on the exterior of the house to allow the bats to leave and lock them out from re-entry. Again, we do not hand remove bats; our system is the most effective way to remove all bats from the home and to keep them from coming back.
Does insurance cover it?
It all depends on the type of insurance you have and your specific insurance policy. We have seen insurance companies cover nothing, cover some things, and then only cover a full restoration service. We’ve seen the same insurance company cover different things in different states. It all depends on your insurance company and policy. We do typically find that bat removal falls under home maintenance or pest control.
How do you tell the difference between bat and mice feces?
The number one way to be sure is to physically handle the feces and look for a shimmer that would indicate insect wings in the feces. Mice tend to drop their feces around the edge of a room while bat droppings are in piles or scattered throughout the room.