All Wildlife Removal Service of New Jersey
How we'll solve your Bat problem...

If you discover a bat in your home, attic, or basement
you'll need to find a way to not only remove them - but
much more importantly, to keep them from coming back!
After your contractor performs a thorough inspection of the structure, it is
time to conduct a complete bat abatement. This is the only long-term way you
can legally solve a bat problem in New Jersey.

All Wildlife Removal Service conducts our inspection by methodically
going around the home or business identifying every hole the size of a nickel
or larger and sealing them to prevent bats from using them to get in to the

We will also establish the egress points that bats would utilize to get in and out
of the building, and then install bat valves over those openings, which allow
bats to leave but deny re-entry. (These valves are the same concept as check
valves in plumbing.)

Because bats usually hibernate through the winter, if we are performing our
bat abatement on your home or business during the winter months we will
install semi-permanent valves. By the 3rd week of April all bats should be
flying (unless temperature or weather dictates that we should wait longer). At
that time, we pull the valves and seal those egress points.  

Afterwards, we can start an
attic-clean out, ridding your home of the mess the
bats have left behind, saving you from the potential threat of disease and the
discomfort of unpleasant odors.  Ask us for an attic clean-out proposal suitable
for submission to your insurance carrier.

To learn more about which type of bat is using your home or business as a
"cave," click here to learn about the
females and the males.
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