Attic Bat Removal Vera Cruz, Indiana

Do you need an experienced Vera Cruz bat removal company? Although having bats in your house can be a frightening experience, our Wells County, IN staff is well-versed in laws and regulations for bat removal and will take all necessary precautions to ensure the safety of your family as well as the bats in the attic. In order to avoid spreading disease, bats must be handled with utmost caution, necessitating the use of an expert bat removal service.

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3 Top Dangers of Bats in the Attic

Whether you have a single brown bat or an entire colony of bats in the attic, bats present dangers and you’ll want to get rid of bats quickly. Bats in Vera Cruz are known to cause on average, several thousand dollars in removal and restoration costs. 

  1. Physical Damage:The continual buildup of guano and urine from attic bats roosting damages attic insulation and even drywall. It’s possible that your homeowners insurance will deny this structural damage to your property, leaving you with expensive repair costs.
  2. Rabies: In addition, if a person has been sleeping in an area where a bat was flying around, the bat should be brought in and tested for rabies. Never handle or attempt to grab a bat yourself! Unfortunately, the fatality rate for bat bites and scratches is 100% without proper vaccination within 14 days after exposure. For more information visit the Wells County Indiana website rabies information page.
  3. Histoplasmosis: Inhalation of fungal spores present in bat guano causes this disease. When bats roost in the attic, they leave large volumes of droppings, which can spread disease. Another reason to avoid sweeping up bat poop is that doing so can disperse spores.

Humane Vera Cruz Bat Exclusion Services

  • First, we look for possible entry points for bats around the outside of your house.
  • After that, we place one-way excluder valves that permit the bats to exit, but prevent them from returning.
  • Finally, we clean up the droppings left behind by the bats and seal the entire home off permanently.

From A to Z, we take care of all bat infestation issues. We are a full service bat control service in Vera Cruz, Indiana meaning we handle removal, guano clean up, sanitizing and attic restoration.

How do you clean up bat droppings?

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Where do bats live? Bats can be found in almost all parts of the world and in most regions of the United States. In general, bats seek out a variety of daytime retreats such as caves, rock crevices, old buildings, bridges, mines, and trees. Different species require different roost sites.

Are bats dangerous to humans? Bats do not attack humans; on the contrary they do everything they can to avoid conflict. ... In addition, a rabid bat is a rare occurrence. If you see a bat on the ground it is most likely sick-do not pick it up. The main danger a bat poses is in the diseases its guano or droppings carry.

How long can a bat live inside a house? 6 months. Generally, they enter the living quarters through unfinished basements, loose attic hatches, or through unlined cold air returns. It is a rare bat that simply flies through the front door as a random occurrence. Depending on the time of year and the climate, bats can live over 6 months without food and water.

How do I bat proof my house? Use window screens, chimney caps, and draft-guards beneath doors to attics, fill electrical and plumbing holes with stainless steel wool or caulking, and ensure that all doors to the outside close tightly. Prevent bats from roosting in attics or buildings by covering outside entry points. CDC Bat Management

How do I get rid of bats in my attic?

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Less than one percent of the bat population contracts rabies, which is a much lower rate of incidence than other mammals. Still, you should not handle or disturb bats, especially those that are active and appear sick during daylight hours. All bat bites should be washed immediately with soap and water, and a physician should be consulted.

Is Bat Removal covered by homeowners insurance? Homeowner's insurance does not cover bat removal. Bat removal-bat proofing is the responsibility of the homeowner. The reason insurance companies will not cover the bat removal-bat proofing is because the infestation is a general maintenance issue (in the eyes of the all-mighty Insurance companies, anyway).

How do you keep bats out of your house?

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There are a wide variety of bat species in the US, though it’s usually the colonizing bat types that cause problems in buildings and require bat removal services.

Does Animal Control remove bats? The first thing that you need to do is call your local animal control office or call the wildlife fish and game office and see what the laws are concerning the removal of bats. Bats are endangered in some states and you might not be able to move them or you will have to wait for a professional to come and remove them.

How do you find a bat hiding in your house? Bats will most likely land somewhere they can hang—behind curtains or upholstered furniture, on hanging clothes, or in house plants. Carefully place a plastic tub or similar container over them. Gently work a piece of cardboard or stiff paper under the container, trapping the bat inside. Humane Society

Does Animal Control remove bats? The first thing that you need to do is call your local animal control office or call the wildlife fish and game office and see what the laws are concerning the removal of bats. Bats are endangered in some states and you might not be able to move them or you will have to wait for a professional to come and remove them.

What will repel bats?

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4 Myths To Get Rid of Bats in the Attic



  1. Install an Ultrasonic Bat Repeller. 

  2. Make the attic an undesirable place for the colony of bats by installing an ultrasonic bat repeller next to their roosting spot. 

  3. Set up Bat Houses. 

  4. Scare Bats Away with Christmas Lights. 

  5. Block their Entrance Points.

Why are bats important? By eating insects, bats save U.S. agriculture billions of dollars per year in pest control. Some studies have estimated that service to be worth over $3.7 billion per year, and possibly as much as $53 billion. This value does not, however, take into account the volume of insects eaten by bats in forest ecosystems. U.S. Department of the Interior


Wells County, Indiana Bat Removal Services