What kind of bats do I have?
The most common bats in our area are called little brown bats. They are seen often in Denver, Loveland and throughout Colorado. These bats are generally brown and black in color and similar in size to a mouse.
Are they dangerous?
Bats are natural vectors for many pathogens, including rabies. In addition, bats can carry bat bugs (similar to bed bugs) and fleas. Direct contact with bats should be avoided.
So why do I have them?
Just like us, bats need a good home. They feed during the evening and night hours, then roost in warm areas during the day. This can include attics, behind shutters, soffits, etc. Having a bat problem is generally by chance.
How do you get rid of them?
Getting rid of bats can be a tricky and dangerous task. It requires extensive knowledge of bats and their habits as well as construction and safety know-how. That's why we employ experts with pest knowledge and construction and repair skills. Our wildlife removal services include the necessary eviction, exclusion and cleanup services needed, for one fee.
How soon can you get here?
We take all pest problems seriously and are committed helping you ASAP. In most cases, we can respond the same or very next day.
How much does it cost?
Pricing for bat removal varies depending on the requirements and complexity of the job and materials required. Please contact us for a FREE inspection and bid!
What is the warranty?
This service comes with a one year warranty on repairs made and bats returning inside, from the date of completion.
We also guarantee your complete satisfaction. If for any reason you are not 100% satisfied with your service, we will correct it free of charge. That is EnviroPest’s promise to keep your home pest free.
How can I prevent this in the future?
Pest problems can be difficult to prevent. Many of our clients choose to continue service with our Colorado's Choice program to keep pests out of their home.