Bat Removal Services

Bat Removal Services, Trapping & Removal Services

We can rid you of Bat Removal Services problems safely and efficiently

If you’re being kept awake all night by bats flying around in your chimney or attic, then it’s time to call Trutech! We can help you return to your pest-free day-to-day life with effective bat control and bat removal services. Once the bats have been removed from your property, one of our animal control technicians can perform a detailed inspection to determine the point of entry for the bats. Once they have determined where the bats are entering, our licensed technicians can recommend a way to keep bats from entering back into your house or garage.

Bats can spread deadly diseases and illnesses such as rabies if they are not removed with the proper care and attention by an expert. If you’re tired of losing sleep to loud noises from pesky bats in your attic, call Trutech today. Our animal removal specialists are licensed to perform humane bat removal services at your home, in your attic, or in your yard. Our top quality bat control services make sure that animals are effectively removed from your property quickly and ethically.

At Trutech, we have peace of mind when you do too. Our specialists understand bat control and bat removal and have the tools necessary to manage these flying mammals with the right precautions. With the help of a Trutech specialist, you can feel assured that your home and everything in it are protected from bats. And, even better, our environmentally sensitive removals ensure that all animals are removed from your property properly.

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Instead of arms, bats have wings that stretch from their hands to their bodies. They also have thumbs used for climbing, fighting, and grasping food. Bats do not use their eyes to locate meals, and instead rely on echolocation to see in the dark. Sound bounces off objects and returns to the typically large ears of bats. Some species of bats have small, simple noses, while others resemble pig snouts.


What do bats eat?

Their diet mostly consists of insects. One individual may eat around 500 of them in an hour. Because they consume so many flies and mosquitoes, many species in North America play a crucial role in controlling pest populations. The little brown bat, one of the most common bats in the U.S.,  is an opportunistic feeder that catches prey right out of the air. Other bats feed on fruit, nectar, and even some small reptiles and amphibians.


Where bats roost depends on the species. Some avoid heavily forested areas, preferring spaces near human habitation. They can be found in barns, attics, silos, churches, tree hollows, and on rock ledges. Species that do enjoy tree cover roost in the canopies of forests or under tree bark. We most commonly remove bats from properties in GeorgiaTexasNorth CarolinaLouisiana, and South Carolina. Contact your local Trutech office today to learn about our bat removal and exclusion services!




Bats will enter homes or yards in search of food and safe shelter. Occasionally, they will rest in the eaves of homes between meals with no intention of staying long-term. Other times, bats accidentally fly into buildings, which can induce panic and incite fear in both residents and pets.


Unless there is a large number of bats in the attic, infestations can continue for a long time without being noticed by homeowners. Look for the winged animals leaving the attic at dusk and returning sometime during the pre-dawn hours. They can also be detected by noticing stains on exterior walls caused by bat excrement. Inside the house, the smell of guano can become noticeable over time. Large infestations of bats in the attic can deposit enough guano to make the ceiling sag and eventually collapse.



Though they are mainly nuisance pests, bats can cause some damage to buildings and can harm your health. 


Collections of bat guano (feces) and urine in areas where the animals roost can lead to structural issues and the possible collapse of ceilings caused by the corrosive nature of their waste. Bat droppings are also the catalyst for histoplasmosis. Caused by a fungus that grows in soil, this disease spreads when guano is disturbed, releasing dangerous spores into the air. Though symptoms vary, most individuals affected by histoplasmosis experience chest and lung issues.

Bat Diseases

There are several diseases humans can catch from bats. Bats can carry rabies and two fungal diseases — histoplasmosis and cryptococcosis. Both of these are fungal diseases originating from infectious spores in the animals’ droppings. If their fecal matter is disturbed, the chance for disease transmission is great, as airborne spores can be inhaled into homeowners’ lungs. Additionally, they may host various parasites such as ticks, fleas, tapeworms, and bed bugs.



Bats enter homes through openings and gaps found near windows, doors, roof lines, and chimneys. In order to prevent entry, seal all holes big enough for bats to fly through with screens, caulk, or grates. Additionally, certain mechanical repellents can be useful, though their legality may vary depending on both state and federal regulations.



Large colonies of bats roosting on private properties can become problematic over time. In order to effectively and safely remove them, contact the trained pest professionals at Trutech for safe and humane bat control services. As wild animals, bats claw and bite when unqualified individuals try control without assistance. Wildlife specialists have the knowledge, tools, and training to humanely and efficiently get rid of bats from homes.

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