BAT CONTROL HELP IN Bellevue, NE
When many people think about bats, they think of the spooky creature from Halloween movies and vampire stories. But bats aren't just the stars of horror movies; they are remarkable creatures that play an essential role in our ecosystem by controlling insect populations and pollinating plants. However, when they invade the homes or businesses around Bellevue, they can cause severe damage and pose a health risk to humans and pets. That is why bat mitigation in Bellevue is essential for home and business owners who want to protect their properties from bat infestations.
We have over three decades of bat mitigation experience at CP Bat Mitigation. Our background in construction and roofing allows us to provide specialized bat mitigation services that other companies can't. As a family-owned business, we prioritize customer service, and our mitigation process is unique, backed by our bat-free guarantee that leads the industry. To learn more about our bat mitigation and prevention techniques, contact us today and let us begin building a customized plan to suit your needs.
BATS CAN BE DANGEROUS - LET OUR TEAM HELP
Bats may be fascinating creatures, but they're unwelcome guests in your home. They can damage the area where they roost, and bat guano and urine can cause structural damage and spread diseases. In rare cases, bats also bite. Bat bites can spread rabies and require immediate medical attention. CP Bat Mitigation offers comprehensive residential bat mitigation services to protect your Bellevue home.
We start with a thorough inspection of your house. This process identifies all potential entry points, conditions that could attract bats, and any active bat infestations. We develop a customized residential bat mitigation plan based on the results, beginning with humane bat exclusion. To get bats out of your home, we'll seal all entry points except one, where we'll install a one-way door that allows bats to fly out but not come back. After all the bats are out of your house, we use the latest and most effective bat exclusion materials and techniques to seal your home and keep them from returning.
HOW DO I IDENTIFY MY BAT ISSUE?
When you see bats flying around your home, you may not take the time to look at them too closely. But if you did, you would see they are one of the many species that call our area home.
Here are some of the common species of bats you'll see in Bellevue and how to identify them:
- Little Brown Bat: You can identify this species by its brown fur, small size, and pointed ears. They typically roost in trees, buildings, or caves and feed on insects.
- Big Brown Bat: These bats are larger than little brown bats and have darker fur. They are known to roost in buildings and caves and feed on insects.
- Eastern Red Bat: This species has reddish-brown fur and long fur on its toes. You'll find them roosting in trees and feeding on insects.
- Silver-Haired Bat: As the name suggests, these bats have silver fur, and you'll find them roosting in trees. They also feed on insects.
- Hoary Bat: These bats are larger than most other bat species and have distinctive brown, gray, and white fur. They roost in trees and feed on insects.
If you have bats flying around your property, call us today. Our trained bat identification experts can identify what species is on your property and develop a plan to eliminate them quickly.
LEARN WHY BATS CAN BE AN ISSUE ON YOUR PROPERTY
With all the issues bats can cause, you don't want them hanging around your home. Fortunately, there are some steps you can take to keep bats out of your house, such as:
- Seal all entry points: Bats can enter homes through small gaps and cracks, so it is essential to seal all entry points, including holes in roofs, chimneys, and vents.
- Install screens: Installing screens on windows, doors, and vents can help keep bats out of the home while allowing ventilation.
- Turn off outdoor lights: Bats are attracted to insects, so turning off outdoor lights can help prevent insects from gathering around your house.
- Trim trees: Bats are known to roost in trees, so trimming branches away from the house can help prevent them from accessing the roof or other entry points.
- Get rid of potential roosting sites: If there are any dead trees, loose bark, or piles of leaves near the home, remove them, as they can provide an ideal roosting site for bats.
At CP Bat Mitigation, your satisfaction is our priority! See for yourself what our customers have to say about working with us.
“This is an outstanding company and I would recommend them to anyone that is dealing with a bat issue.”- Jonathan D.
“Jon was one of the upmost respectful and professional individuals I have encountered in a long time. He was honest and provided great feedback on bats. He saved us money with tips I could do myself.”- Jack L.
“CP Bat Mitigation was great to work with. They were easy to communicate with and willing to work with my schedule. They were prompt and thorough with their assessment and took the time to answer all my questions. Nick with CP Bat Mitigation was great to wo”- Patrick F.
“Very responsive, polite, professional, and thorough. Great communication, professional work, and guaranteed to the life of my roof. Affordable rates for a critical service.”- Glen P.
“We were very impressed with our consultation. Nick explained everything very well and answered all of our questions. We look forward to the warmer days when the bats can be kept out of our home.”- Shannon B.
“I really enjoyed having Nick ease my mind about having bats. He explained everything to me and showed me the spots where bats enter. He also explained how they would seal up the entry holes and allow them to leave but not re-enter.”- Bonnie G.
“CP Bat Mitigation not only are bat experts but are very knowledgeable about roofs. They did an inspection of my home and explained how a bat or two could have gotten in through an old gutter system. These guys are amazing, and true to their word the inspec”- April G.
“I had Nick Hossle for my appointment, and I was very pleased with his professionalism and service. He was prompt, he explained the process before going into my attic and checking for bats.”- Craig L.