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Do you hear scratching, clawing, or other noises in the attic? Do you have a colony of bats or birds calling your attic home? Superior Wildlife Services is a Gainesville bat removal company and we are here to make your bat and bird problems a thing of the past. Professional animal control is especially necessary when dealing with bats and birds, including pigeons, sparrows, geese, or anything else!

We are not exterminators, (as bats are federally protected) so we will use humane tried and proven approved methods to exclude any potential and existing access points with our Gainesville bat exclusion and control services so they are unable to reenter the home. While bats are an important part of the ecosystem, they can be a nuisance. But we are here to ensure they quit causing you grief once and for all.

Florida’s 13 native bat species typically roost in trees, caves or other natural spaces, but they may also be attracted to man-made structures. Fall is the best time to exclude bats from your home or other structures because maternity season, which occurs from April 15 to August 15, has ended. During maternity season, it is illegal to install exclusion devices, which allow bats to exit, but block them from returning to their roosts. During the Fall, no young are present, making it the ideal time to evict any bats that may be occupying a structure on your property and to bat-proof your home.

In order to legally exclude bats, any exclusion device must be left up for a minimum of four nights and must be conducted when the overnight temperature is forecast to be at least 50ºF.

Unlike other types of animals, bats do not chew on interior structures within your home, but their urine and guano can wreak havoc on sheetrock, aluminum soffit, and insulation, compromising the structural integrity of these elements. This can result in costly damage. To ensure your home is free of these flying mammals, we often use a variety of exclusion methods to safely and humanely remove the bats and prevent reentry. We accomplish this by sealing off potential access points and installing one way devices so bats can not return. With our wildlife removal service, you can rest assured that you will not be sharing your home with any unwanted visitors. 

For expert Gainesville bat removal services, contact Scott and Sandra at Superior Wildlife Services. We look forward to serving the needs of you and your family.

We specialize in animal control and wildlife removal of the following: rats, bats, birds, squirrels, raccoons, opossums, armadillos, snakes, feral hogs, and dead animals.

Superior Wildlife Services helps secure your commercial Gainesville space.

At Superior Wildlife Services, we are proud to serve the community with premier commercial Gainesville bat removal services. Bats are a common nuisance for business owners, and we are here to provide effective solutions to remove the bats from your structure and provide a solution to prevent them from reclaiming your building as their own again. While bats do not chew like other wildlife, their urine and feces can destroy several common building materials including insulation and sheetrock. We use proven exclusion methods to remove bats from the structure and seal off entry points to prevent them from returning. Superior Wildlife Services is not an extermination company, so we will never kill the federally protected bats on your structure, but rather remove them safely so they can relocate somewhere else. To schedule an appointment for commercial bat removal service, please contact us today.

If UFAA and Shands have trusted in us for over 6 years for all of their bat concerns, shouldn’t you?

We are authorized Critter Quitter Installers!

Bat Evidence

Do you recognize this bat evidence? If yes, give Superior Wildlife Services a call so we can secure your residence or commercial property and restore your space with our Gainesville bat removal services. Get in touch with Scott and Sandra for help with your nuisance bats today.

Entry Points

The three columns above Scott’s head display staining that indicates bat entry points and the roost location.

Bat Guano in Vents

Bat Guano is highly corrosive and poses serious health concerns such as respiratory ailments and infections.

Evening Bat Observation

Scott and Sandra locate bat activity through evening scans and activity checks. Sometimes multiple nights of observations are necessary.