With many years of experience in commercial bat removal, we’ve accumulated references from Hospitals, Universities, Industrial sites, Big Box Retail Chains, Apartment Complexes, Public Utility Buildings, Warehouses, Libraries and more.

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Our commercial bat removal teams include man lift operators, safety personnel, and bat exclusion specialists. The most efficient way to reach the right person for your area and scope of project, is to click the button Request an Estimate on this page and fill out some information about your property. We understand that each commercial client has unique needs and concerns such as:

  • Public Safety
  • Liability
  • Public Image
  • Warranty
  • Professionalism
  • Experience
  • Legal Compliance
  • Worker Safety
  • Quick Response


The crew who performed the work was easy to work with and very concerned with making sure we were happy with them and that they did not interfere with our daily operations. The work was scheduled and completed according to the contract. It was a pleasure doing business with Get Bats Out and I highly recommend them to anyone needing bat removal.

- Debbie Orr

I have dealt with many sub-contractors through the years and I must say that dealing with Get Bats Out has been a pleasure, no head-aches and you did what you said you were going to do in the time frame which you said it would be done.

- Paul F. Black

I appreciate your quick response and professionalism in dealing with our bat problem at our facility in Union Springs, Alabama. Your team responded very quickly and was extremely professional and knowledgeable in dealing with this problem. It is without hesitation that I would recommend your firm to anyone with a similar problem. We still are bat free and the building is secure.

- Jacques Jarry

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Three Key Considerations to Every Project

While it is important to not overreact to bats in the building or school, it is even more important to take steps to reduce risk that can be posed by bats in a commercial setting. Please see the articles on this website about rabies & Histoplasmosis. Educating your management and maintenance staff is a critical first step.
In this litigious day and age, it is unfortunately important to give this consideration. If you are dealing with the public or with tenants, please request our article on reducing liability in a commercial setting by filling out the form to receive an estimate. Make sure you select “commercial property” to receive the report.
Bat exclusion work can be very expensive. Here are three steps you can take to reduce the final cost to your company or school:

  • Step 1: Get educated. Post exposure rabies shots cost between $12,000 to $15,000 per person. 99% of the time, these shots can be avoided if the bat situation is handled correctly. Please read the article If You Have a Bat in Your House Right Now, found on our website.
  • Step 2: Solve the Problem. It is important to solve the problem as soon as possible. Yes commercial bat removal is expensive. However, the problem (and cost) will grow with time.  This happens for three reasons. First, every day the bats are leaving more urine and guano in the attic, walls or ceilings. Like a leaking roof, the property damage can eventually be catastrophic if left untreated. Second, the risk of someone needing rabies shots and/or contracting Histoplasmosis increases daily and your liability in the issue increases if you are aware of the problem and don’t act to solve it. Finally, one disgruntled or scared employee/tenant/parent can turn a bat problem into a public relations problem or worse a red tag situation from the Health Department.
  • Step 3: Document Your Progress. Maintain a record of the steps you’ve taken to exclude the bats and create a safe environment. If there is a potential for lawsuits, keeping a record will be a protection.