Bats

BAT REMOVAL AND CONTROL SERVICES

Regal Pest Control’s technicians are fully licensed and trained to remove the bats at your location. There are nine species of bat in Michigan. In Southeast Michigan, the big brown bat is the most common bat we find. Little brown bats are fairly common as well.  

Our bat services are provided from March through May and from September through October. We do not offer bat services at any other time of the year as in the cold months they are hibernating and in from June through August they may have their pups in the space you’d like them removed from. Call today to schedule an on-site inspection!

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HOW DO BATS GET INTO A HOME?

There are several ways that bats can gain access to your home. Bats need a much smaller amount of space to gain access than many would think.

Bats can gain access by:
Getting under ridge caps, under flashing, through a chimney opening due to a missing chimney cap, through an open window or door, through torn/deteriorated screening material used behind vent covers, under peeling shingles, eaves, soffits, window sills, siding, and many other areas.

HOW WE REMOVE AND EXCLUDE BATS FROM YOUR HOME

INSTALLATION OF ONE-WAY-DOORS

Bat exclusion is done with the installation of a “one-way-door”. Service begins with an initial inspection to identify where the bats are getting in at and subsequently installing the one-way-door, which allows the bats to leave the home but prevents them from gaining access when they return. Hardware cloth, or a comparable exclusionary material, will be used to close-off any gaps around the installation to ensure that the bats have only the one-way-door to exit the space where it’s installed. Regal Pest Control conducts throughout inspections to identify additional entry-points during our inspections and installations, however we cannot guarantee that we will find all access points to a space, particularly attic spaces.

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ONE-WAY-DOOR INSTALLATION SCHEDULE

One-way-door installations are done from March 1st through May 31st and from September 1st through October 31st. We do not install one-way-doors from June 1st through August 30th, as the maternity season for bats is usually June 1st through August 15th. Installing the one-way-door during that time would prevent the mothers from returning to their pups. Please note that we do not remove bats that get stuck in chimneys.

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WILDLIFE

REMOVAL

From bats to rats, snakes to squirrels, we offer services for over a dozen
different types of nuisance wildlife.

SOUTHEAST MICHIGAN'S

PEST PROFESSIONALS

COMMON QUESTIONS

We offer treatments for ants, bed bugs, bees, beetles, birds, boxelder bugs, cockroaches, crickets, drain flies, earwigs, fleas, flies, fruit flies, gnats, house centipedes, Indian meal moths, mice, millipedes, mites, mosquitoes, moths, rats, silverfish, sowbugs, spiders, springtails, stink bugs, termite/VA pest inspections, ticks, wasps, weevils, wildlife and many other pest issues!

Yes. All of our technicians are licensed through the State of Michigan. Many of our technicians carry several different categories on-top of their base certification.

Yes. All of our technicians are fully insured.

Founded in 2000 right here in Michigan, Regal Pest Control has been servicing Southeast Michigan for 20 years now!

Yes. We offer a $50.00 discount for every new business you refer to us, when that business receives and pays for their service. There’s no limit to the number of referral credits you can receive. For more information, see our customer refferal program here. Some limitations may apply and Regal Pest Control can cancel the referral program at any time.

No. Believe it or not, we’ve gotten this question more than a few times over the years. Our vehicles DO have our name and contact information on them and they MAY have some of the services we provide but they DO NOT have any giant bugs or critters on top of them.

Call 1-866-453-7221 today to get a quote!

Locally owned. Family operated. Servicing Southeast Michigan for over 20 years.