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Bats

Removal

​Special Considerations For Bats

In accordance with state law bats are not to be evicted between June 1st and August 1st. It is recommended that bat removals be postponed until August 15th when all maternity colonies have naturally vacated.

Inspections for Bat Projects

What has to be done first is to get a approximate number of bats that leave the structure during a night. Second find out what has to be sealed to prevent reentry, and if sealing work is permanent or temporary for material replacement. Third is what type of clean up is needed in the attic or soffit space. These three main parts are what consist of a bat removal project, some removals are basic and some are more complex. If construction is to done such as replacing soffit or fascia material you can provide me with the name of your contractor to provide a timely repair after eviction. If you do not have a contractor I can provide you with the name of one if you need.

Bat removal Cost

A simple job with a colony of 50 bats or fewer is going to cost anywhere from $250 to $550. A job that has around 100 to 250 bats is going to have more than the normal amount of droppings. In this case, the cost can range from $550 to as much as $1,200 for bat removal and clean-up. Price of the inspection is added to the final estimate and must be paid in full at time of inspection.  

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Call or text Nick Risa at 708-218-0535.

Wildlife Control Service Areas in Illinois and Indiana:

Wildlife control and bee removal service areas in Illinois, cook county towns and villages: Orland Park, Orland Hills, Tinley Park, Oak Forest, Flossmoor, Olympia Fields, Homewood, Country Club Hills, Oak Forest, Matteson, Midlothian, Crestwood, Hazel Crest, Lansing, Forest Park, Richton Park, Beverly Chicago, South Holland, Alsip, Chicago Heights, Glenwood, Crete, and Blue Island. Wildlife Control Trapper in Will County, Illinois: Frankfort, Mokena, Frankfort Square, New Lenox, Homer Glen, Manteno, Manhattan, Peotone, Monee, Green Garden, University Park, Lockport, Lemont, Shorewood, and Joliet. Animal Control and Honey Bee Services area in Lake County, Indiana: Lowell, Cedar Lake, St. John, Dyer, Munster, Crown Point, Griffith, Hanover, Valparaiso, Winfield, and Schererville, IN. Bee Keeper in Indiana removing honey bees. Trapping & Removal of or near me: Raccoon, skunk, squirrel, muskrat, beaver, Groundhog, Opossum, Fox, Coyote, Rabbit, Mole, Vole, Mice, Rats, and Chipmunk.      

 

            

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