Bat removal in Phoenix, Arizona has always been an interesting place for us. Since we are nationwide and have technicians all over the US, we have a good pulse on bat trends from all over the place.

Bat removal in Phoenix, ArizonaThere are an impressive 28 species of bats that call Arizona home for at least part of the year. The species are also very diverse. This is part of what makes bat removal in Phoenix so interesting.

Recently, we have been getting many calls about bats in homes or businesses in Phoenix….

Why Are There Bats in My House?!?

If you’re reading this and you live in Phoenix or really any part of Arizona, we don’t have to tell you that it’s been HOT lately. Three hikers died from heat related illness over the weekend in Phoenix alone.

So what does the heat wave have to do with bat removal in Phoenix, Arizona? Pretty simple, the bats are hot too.

If you have an infestation that you are already battling with, this is going to make your problem that much worse. The bats are trying to find a cool spot to sleep during the day. The attic space or walls they may currently be living in are simply too hot. So they are seeking your nice, air conditioned rooms instead.

This opens you, your family, your guests, or visitor to your business to all kinds of risks.

  • Rabies

  • Someone getting hurt when they panic and try to get away from the bat

  • The bats causing damage to your property flying into things

  • You causing damage to your property while swinging a tennis racquet at the bat

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Why Take a Risk on Bat Removal in Phoenix, Arizona?

The best offense is a good defense. Or so they say. I think the best offense is a good offense. Get rid of bats before they have a chance to get into your living spaces.

There are many companies out there that will offer to help you out at bargain basement prices. You will always get what you pay for. These companies typically don’t know what they are doing with bat removal.

Bat removal in Phoenix, Arizona is very different than other types of pest control. If you are struggling with bats in your life, call us today. We are here to help.

Your local bat removal expert,

Michael Koski

 

Get Bats Out Owner and President Michael Koski
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  • robert nowlan

    February 18, 2019 | Reply

    Hello, One of the rooms in my home has an ammonia-like smell that is getting worse as time passes. I have not seen any bats in or around the house and the smell is obviously coming from the roof. Your advice? Robert.

    • Tori Bruce

      February 20, 2019 | Reply

      Hello Robert, Here are a couple of suggestions: you might find it helpful to read this article, https://www.getbatsout.com/bat-problem/. You can try watching the outside of your house at dusk to see if bats are exiting for their nightly feeding time. Please feel free to call our customer service number for more help or to schedule an inspection of your home. We can also do histoplasmosis air-quality tests to ensure the air in your home is safe.

  • Marie

    August 22, 2018 | Reply

    Bats hanging on outside of the wall I want them gone. Small children in home

    • Tori Bruce

      August 23, 2018 | Reply

      Hi Marie, It's good to take that seriously with small children around. Please call our customer service line for a free consultation, 877-264-2287.

  • Ross G. Griswold

    June 24, 2016 | Reply

    I have had bats in my attic for several summers, seems now have become intolerable. Do you serve Easetern Arizona ? Specifically Pinetop/ Lakeside area ?

    • GetBatsOut

      June 24, 2016 | Reply

      Yes, we do. We serve all of Arizona. I will have my customer service department get in touch with you to discuss next steps.

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