Bat Removal and Prevention
Bats are environmentally beneficial to our ecosystem.
A single bat can eat up to 1000 mosquito's an hour, but when bats gain access to private occupied structures it can become a health hazard and create a nuisance.
AWS provides affordable and quality roof-line exclusions to evict active bat colonies and deny them future access.
We install one way bat doors on primary active entry points and seal off secondary entry points.
We also offer attic cleanings to remove bat droppings and sanitize your attic space after eviction.
While bats may be fascinating creatures they can become a health hazard inside your house, here are some signs that you could have a active bat issue.
Bat droppings, or guano, can be found on the sides of your house, in attics or under the eaves. Unlike rodent droppings, which are typically dispersed, bat droppings are found in clumps and may contain insect parts.
Bats roost on the outside of the house.
A scratching noise that comes from the attic—day or night, as the bat or bats attempt to find their way out.
High pitched squeaks coming from your attic, eaves or walls.
A strong smell from the attic (from the bat droppings).
Bats fly around the outside of your home or out of your chimney at dusk.