You need to know how to get rid of bats, don’t you? Well you have come to the right place.

With over 20 years experience in the bat removal business, I like to think I’ve seen it all. However, year after year there is something that surprises me about bats and removing bats from homes. Even with our wealth of knowledge on bats, we find there are a few brave souls that want to try their hand at removing bats from their homes or businesses themselves. So I wrote a guide on how to get rid of bats.

Bat guano cleanupWhile we highly respect bats and all they do for our environment, we believe bats and humans should not live together in the same home or building. Though they may be eating 1000’s of insects each night, in the home they bring the risk of rabies, histoplasmosis, property damage, bat bugs, and odor.  In a commercial setting you can add liability, loss of customers, and depreciation to this list.

But bat removal is expensive. It is more expensive than most people realize. Here is just a short list of things that go into our cost of bat removal:

  • Bat exclusion work is dangerous – How much would you charge to go nose to nose with a bat while standing on top of a ladder?
  • Rabies shots are expensive – Right now the cost of rabies shots varies between $4,000 and $10,000 based on the scarcity. These shots are typically not covered by insurance and all of our technicians are required to be immunized. Rabies is 100% fatal in humans.
  • We are fully insured to work on your home or business – Would you hire an electrician that didn’t have proper insurance on his business? As a savvy consumer, of course you wouldn’t! Trust me when I tell you, insurance for the service we provide is not cheap…
  • We honor our warranties and agreements – In order to make sure we live up to our promises, there has to be a small portion set aside to address any warranty issues that may arise. The last thing you or I would want is for you to call us with a problem and us not show up to take care of it again. Warranties on cars aren’t free and neither is ours. What it gives you, however, is invaluable: peace of mind.

You Still Want to go it Alone?

Well, we don’t want you to go it alone. Especially without a firm knowledge of what you may be encountering. We would like you to download our guide about how to get rid of bats and read it, start to finish, before you climb up in the attic.

Normally our eBook filled with valuable information sells for $70, but I am offering it for a limited time for just $37 – a very small amount compared to the thousands of dollars a good professional will charge you.

So what are you waiting for? Do you want to know how to get rid of bats? Read our guide and if you don’t feel up to it, give us a call. We’re here to help either way.

Your local bat removal expert,

Michael Koski

Get Bats Out Owner and President Michael Koski


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  • ruben

    July 21, 2017 | Reply

    I have one bat in the house 2days so far I don't know where it hides we look cant find it how much to remove it

    • GetBatsOut

      July 24, 2017 | Reply

      The odds of it being the same bat are slim, but if it is the same bat and it hasn't made it outside on its own, it's dead by now. Bats need to go out nightly to eat and drink. The max they can make it is a few days before the die of starvation or dehydration. That's not to say there aren't more bats living in your home. I would suggest doing a bat watch to see if you see a colony leaving at dusk. We don't actually do emergency removal of just one bat in a home. We specialize in getting colonies out and making sure they can't get back in. If you want to know more about colony removal, call our customer service at 1-877-264-2287.

  • charles forzano

    August 12, 2016 | Reply

    do i have bats and can THEY BE REMOVED

    • GetBatsOut

      August 13, 2016 | Reply

      Hi Charles, I don't really know if you have bats without knowing more about your situation. If you do have them they definitely can be removed though.

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