Bat Removal

Do You Have Bats In The Attic
(Or Somewhere Else) You Need Out?

If you have bats in the attic, then the answer is yes! We as a pest control company can appreciate how they help control the population of night-flying insects. But the fact remains bats are not beneficial inside homes or businesses. They cause damage to structures when they nest in attics and inside walls. They may introduce certain health and safety risks as well. Bats are carriers of rabies and while it’s rare to encounter a rabid bat, it is a serious concern.  Bat droppings are also worrisome and can lead to Histoplasmosis – a serious disease that can affect the lungs.

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Call McCauley Services For Expert Bat Control

Like mice and insects, bats can slip through narrow openings making it hard to keep them bat in a home in arout. At McCauley Services, we know that it’s critical to get rid of the bats that are already nesting within your dwelling. We also know that to get rid of bats, you must make sure that they don’t have the opportunity to re-infest.

Our bat control combats the initial pest problem and then goes on to prevent future bat activity. First, our trained bat removal specialists will target bats already nesting within your dwelling. Then they'll provide exclusion services that ensure that bats don't have access to your structure later on. Exclusion is in layman's terms, pest-proofing. It is the process of eliminating any potential entry point for bats and other pests.

If you have seen bats flying around your home, contact McCauley Services. You should also give us a call if you discover these creatures in your attic or elsewhere in your home. We offer comprehensive bat control in Little Rock, Benton and Fayetteville as well as throughout Arkansas.


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