Call us for affordable Bat Removal and Cleanup in Madison!

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  If you live in the Madison area and are hearing scratching noises in your attic, you could have a Bat infestation. If you have experienced Bats flying around from time to time in your living space, chances are they are living in your attic. Bats are a colony animal which means there’s always more than one. There are two types of Bats in Wisconsin that will live in attics of homes in Madison. Little Brown Bats and Big Brown Bats. Little Brown Bat colonies are larger than Big Brown colonies.

If you have issues with any of these other little guys, click a link and feel free to read up!



  Little Brown Bat                              Big Brown Bat

Bat season is here, now is the time to set a appointment to get them out of your home before the damage gets worse!


  Bats carry rabies and their Guano (poop) can cause health problems if left your attic in Madison. Our company uses exclusion tubes to get the Bats out which is a humane and does not harm the Bats. Bats are scary but are good for the environment because each Bat will eat hundreds of Mosquitoes and other bugs per night in Madison. Bats are protected animal in Wisconsin so we cannot kill them. Once we get the Bats out of your home then we can go ahead with the cleaning and disinfecting of your attic in Madison. Our Professionals will remove all the insulation that has been affected and then clean and re-insulate making your attic smell brand new! Most home owners insurance companies will cover the cleanup of your attic because the Guano is a health hazard.

 If you are having Bat issues call us today and talk to a Bat Removal Professional in Madison!

Call us today for a Wildlife inspection and price quote for removal of Bats from your attic in Madison!

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