Bat Control

Omaha - Council Bluffs - Lincoln
and surrounding communities in Nebraska and Iowa! 
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What Are They?

Bats are very common in the Nebraska and Iowa areas. They can create a serious problem for homeowners and businesses. They can enter through attics, chimneys, and other dime-sized areas. They have the risk of carrying diseases and leaving large amounts of guano, which can be very hazardous to our health.

 

If you’re concerned that you might have a bat infestation, you need a professional bat control service immediately.  Contact us today for a bat inspection.  

 

Do You Think You Hear Scratching or Clicking Sounds in Your Walls or Ceiling?

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Quick Bat Detection Tip:

 If you think you might have a bat problem, keep an eye out for rodent droppings and listen for scratching sounds in your walls and ceiling at night.

 

What Will Priority Pest Control Do For You?

Priority Pest Control is Nationally Certified and Trained in bat removal.  With our experience and training we can quickly determine if bats are active in your home or business.  If s a part of our wildlife control services, customers often ask us how to get rid of bats in homes and businesses. 

 

Bats are very common in the Nebraska and Iowa area, and can create a serious problem for because they are loud, carry diseases, and reproduce quickly.

 

If you’re concerned that you might have a bat infestation, you need professional bat control services immediately.

Omaha - Council Bluffs - Lincoln
and anywhere in between!

Priority Pest Control travels EVERYWHERE for Bat Control. Nebraska, Iowa, Kansas and More! 

Most homeowners hear bats far before they ever see them. Bats make clicking and popping sounds to navigate in the dark, and because they tend to live in attic spaces, you can often hear them flying and crawling in tight, enclosed spaces.  Such as ceilings and walls. 

 

You can also sometimes see bats outside your homes at night because they tend to stay near outside lights and swimming pools that attract the insects they feed on. Bats hibernate in the winter so most homeowners start noticing signs of indoor bat infestations during the fall months.

 

If you think you might have a bat problem, keep an eye out for rodent-type droppings and listen for animal activity at night.

We are also available to help you and your family with guano removal and bat treatment after we have successfully removed the bat or bats in question from your home. Check our attic insulation page for details. 

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Prolonged exposure to guano can cause histoplasmosis, which can lead to tuberculosis-like symptoms. We advise removing guano as quickly as possible.

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