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Bat Removal Specialists Of Beavercreek, Ohio

Bat removal in Beavercreek, Ohio is a highly common service we offer here at Barnes Wildlife Control. We are the leading bat exclusion service provider in Beavercreek because of our guaranteed service and effective solutions. Now, bats problems are a bit unique compared to your everyday wildlife issues. It’s not as simple as just trapping and removing the bats, but rather a process known as “live bat exclusion” will take place. To perform bat exclusion, our technicians will be mostly working around the roofline areas of your building. After the bat removal process has been completed, we can also offer attic remediation / bat guano cleanup services – because bats tend to make a mess of an attic, especially if there’s a larger bat colony infesting your Beavercreek home. 

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The Barnes Wildlife Control Team

The bat removal process in a nutshell will involve sealing exposed gaps around the roofline wider than 1/2 inch. The single most important rule in performing bat removal in Beavercreek is to NOT seal any spots the bats are actively using as entry-points. Instead, a device called a “one-way excluder” or “one-way bat cone” will be installed over these areas, which will allow the bats to pass through unharmed, but disable them from re-entering, hence “one-way.” If done correctly, this process forces the bats outside and it will be impossible for them to re-enter your home. 

We always provide a guarantee for bat removal services around Beavercreek Ohio at Barnes Wildlife Control. Our technicians are highly trained and certified to handle these types of issues. Our company is family-owned and we take pride in being the preferred local business for these types of services. A big reason we are good at our job is because we love it! Our passion is wildlife, and what might seem a bit frightening for most is, generally speaking, pretty enjoyable for us! If you are having bat problems or any other wildlife-related issues and you need help, don’t hesitate to call us! We service Beavercreek & all of Montgomery County, Ohio.

Jacob Barnes – Owner Of Barnes Wildlife Control

Rest assured you’ll be in good hands with Barnes Wildlife Control, LLC. Bat removal in Beavercreek is our specialty! We provide a 2-year written warranty with confidence, which GUARANTEES no bats will be able to enter your home for 2 full years after our service is performed. If they do, we will return to address the issue at no cost to the homeowner. We operate our business with honesty and we strive to make every customer satisfied.

 

BWC – Your Qualified Beavercreek Bat Removal Experts 

Bat exclusion a specialized service in the wildlife control industry and not every pest control company out there will know how to get rid of bats… The process involves a lot of ladder work and accessing difficult angles around the roofline. We have special equipment that allows us to get these jobs done safely and without much risk to our workers. That said, in the event of an unlikely mishap or injury, we are fully insured with Workers Comp insurance to protect our customers. We are also fully licensed by the ODNR (Ohio Department Of Natural Resources) and our company is bonded as well. You will be in good hands with Barnes Wildlife Control, so feel free to give us a call or continue reading for more information on bat removal and what it involves. 

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Barnes Bat Removal With Our Own Lift

Step #1 ~ The Bat Inspection

It’s important to complete the bat inspection before taking any kind of action. Barnes Wildlife Control will inspect your entire home, business, commercial or industrial property for signs of infestation. We will inform you of any bat or other vermin issues we find.

Bat inspection is essentially a comprehensive audit; observing the state of maintenance your home is in. Once bat inspection is completed, we present you with a list of necessary repairs that we feel your structure requires. The detail-oriented procedure of preventative bat proofing will help ensure your home remains free of bats and other nuisance wild animals in the future.

Fact: Inspection can also mean a night watch; where the structure is observed at dusk in hopes of seeing the bats exit from the primary entrances. This can make exclusion go smoother.

Step #2 ~ Effective & Humane Bat Control

One-way doors: We make one-way doors bats can pass through, which is the humane method of bat control because it allows bats to live, without damaging them in any way. We will install these one-way doors over main points of entry, which will permit bats to exit the building but not re-enter

This is the most effective method of bat exclusion and does not require any personal handling of bats by hand. We then go around the entire building to seal any secondary entrances. Bats can manage to squeeze through gaps no wider than the width of your pinky finger, which is why sealing ALL exposed entrances is 100% necessary during the bat removal process.

Fact: It is highly illegal use lethal ways of getting rid of a bat colony. Companies who do are subject to heavy fines, even jail time for those responsible. Live exclusion is the only legal way to remove bats.

Step #3 ~ Bat Guano Cleanup & Attic Restoration

Bat Guano Cleanup is sometimes necessary when there are heavy amounts of waste scattered throughout an attic; generally in piles. Bat guano is highly concentrated and makes for a good garden fertilizer. However, when guano sits for years and years bacteria can form, and this creates the possibility of airborne inhalation of bacteria spores. People can get very sick when this happens including the contraction of several diseases, the most common being Histoplasmosis. Although contraction of these diseases is highly uncommon, it’s never wise to brush under the rug.

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Removing & Bagging Contaminated Attic Insulation

We deodorize and sanitize the contaminated areas to deter other animals from being attracted back to your home. Deodorization also stops that unpleasant guano smell from entering the living space, which can be a major issue during the hot Ohio summer when moisture and heat will make the repulsive odors of bat guano and urine much more pronounced. We can also help you provide the documentation needed by your insurance companies to make a claim for cleanup, if indeed the situation is severe enough to justify a full attic restoration, which is another common service we provide for Beavercreek homeowners.

 

Bats In Your House? You Found The Right People For The Job. Call Barnes Wildlife Control, LLC Today!

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  1. Bats In The Attic – When bats invade an attic space they are likely to build up large amounts of guano deposits scattered throughout the attic. Barnes Wildlife Control can provide attic cleanup when bats make a mess.
  2. Bats In The Chimney- Bats are very common to invade the chimney area. Many people will get bats flying around in the house when bats are present inside their chimney. This is generally due to an open flu in the chimney.
  3. Bats In Vents- Vents can be highly attractive to bats because of the drafts protruding from the vents. People will often notice bats in vents when waste begins to accumulate somewhere below the vent area.
  4. Bats In The House- The hot summer seasons can drive bats to come down from an attic into living areas. Bats do this because the attic becomes too hot for them, so they go lower seeking cooler temps.
  5. Bats In Church- One of the more common structures for bats to invade are churches. Many times churches have open steeples, welcoming many different creatures including bats. Barnes Wildlife Control can help.

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The Barnes Wildlife Control offices will be closed tomorrow, Thursday, August 22nd, 2019 at 2pm to allow our team time to support one of our own during a time of bereavement. Emergency services will not be available this evening. Offices will re-open Friday morning at 8am. We apologize for the inconvenience and appreciate your understanding. ... See MoreSee Less

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The Barnes team has always been there to support us with our struggles...we will keep you all in our thoughts as you are there to support your own! 🙏🏻

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Sincerely sorry for your loss!

So sorry.

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Sometimes the best reviews we get are not published on a website, just sent to us in an email. This one was too good not to share!

My experiences with Barnes Wildlife Control:

In the summer of 2018, I was greeted by a Bat flying around the finished portion of my basement. Undeterred, I was able to remove the bat myself without injury to it, OR myself. (*Note: Not for the faint of heart, and I probably would not do this a 2nd time…).

I weakly convinced myself that the stray bat was an abnormality, and a singular occurrence, and that I did not have to worry about more such incidents. Unfortunately, over the next few weeks I was unable to ignore the growing number of “sounds”(rustling-movement) that I was hearing in the upstairs walls. I was now realizing that the “singular” bat incident was something more, and that the lone bat that I had evicted was one of possibly many others that had somehow found their way into my 2nd floor walls and/or attic space. I guessed that my previous bat-guest and was able to migrate down the wall space in order to seek the cooler temperatures of the basement area.

I scoured the internet, and found that Pest Control Companies abound. However, Barnes Wildlife control stood out to me as a more “sound” choice. The next day I called and was greeted by literally the MOST professional person that I have ever dealt with over the phone. My numerous questions were answered thoroughly and patiently by Melissa. My original instincts were confirmed correct, and I was pacified that I was now dealing with a professional organization.

Although Barnes Wildlife is a smaller-locally owned Organization, I would have bet my paycheck that I was dealing with a larger organization based on their systematic approach to my appoint scheduling-Q&A-etc…. It was apparent that the person I was talking too was not only polite and professional, she was very knowledgeable and well trained. Melissa and I set an appointment for the initial inspection. I initially balked at the inspection price and questioned what would be included in that process and why the expense? Melissa explained in detail what would be done, and assured me that the Tech would be a subject matter expert.

On the day of the Service, I was phoned by the tech confirming our appointment time, as well as his ETA. He arrived within minutes the scheduled time. He was prompt, courteous, professional, and introduced himself as Jacob Barnes. He was the Company Owner. Now, I am not sure if Jacob makes most/all of the initial consultation appointments, but… I was sure glad that the Owner was handling my case!

I peppered Jacob with questions. Un-phased, Jacob answered every question logically, thoroughly, and patiently. It was quick to discern that Jacob knew his stuff! I shadowed Jacob for much of his inspection. He took a battery of photographic evidence, often stopping and showing me his findings real time. He worked outside ground level and up to the 2nd story, and then onto the roof. He then inspected the attic over my garage, the attic of my main living quarters… (Donning shoe protectors, etc. Jacob was respectful to not getting my house dirty, etc..), and then my basement. His inspection, and the subsequent FORMAL report he sent me was convincing evidence that I needed to do something about not only a small bat problem, but an even bigger mouse problem in the garage attic that I was unaware of. Remember me balking at the cost of the Inspection and Proposal. His level of inspection and the time-effort-energy extended, more than justified that expense. If nothing else, by now I had a chance to get to know this Mr. Jacob Barnes. I found Jacob genuine and to be someone that I felt I could trust, and someone that I wanted to work with. Oh, and as I was prepared to pay him that day… he refused, and said he would bill me when all the work was completed, and not before. However, Jacob also added…. if I did NOT want to use his services, he would issue me an invoice in due time…. No high pressure sales attempt ever occurred!

As indicated, Jacob’s proposal was FORMAL and comprehensive. He clearly showed evidence to me the day of the inspection, and in the official proposal that supported his plan of attack. He also included a quote that was fairly clear to understand. This was not going to be a cheap proposition, so I called Jacob to walk me through the quote. The quote was an estimate based on his initial findings. His Labor rate was on the higher side, but fair for the type of work that was being done. I have learned over the years, you get what you pay for. After some Q&A with Jacob, a date was scheduled, and we waited for weather that would cooperate.

As the work date drew near, Melissa would call with a weather update a few days in advance of our scheduled appointment. The initial work had to be postponed several times due to inclement weather. However, it was a non-issue for me. Melissa would give me ample time to revise my week and any subsequent plans I had.

On the day they work was finally able to be conducted, a 4 man crew arrived on time and immediately went to work. They were painstaking in their tasks of sealing up my 25 year old house from literally the ground to the peak of the roof. No proverbial stone was left unturned to find and eliminate any opening that rodents could use as egress points. I was impressed.

Jacob arrived with his crew to tackle the job. During the course of the day I saw 1st hand that Jacob led his crew by example, as he did not limit himself to “Supervisory Functions” or the less-strenuous, easy jobs. I admire that.

After about 5 hours, the 4 man crew had completed the job. My yard and my house were free from construction debris, etc… Other than a few rodent “valves” that were barely noticeable, the only way you would have known the workers were there, were by the completed tuck pointing that had needed done for years. All the other modifications and corrections did not alter my house in the slightest.

Basically, the job entailed sealing my house from new critters, and evicting the ones that were already in there. Other than the escape hatches(the one-way “valves”) that were strategically placed in traffic areas, everything else was sealed up like a drum. Guards were added to my warped ridge-vent, eliminating access at those points, and Jacob even did some cosmetic touch-up on my furnace vent while he was on the roof! Bait stations were also placed around the house to address any rodent stragglers. All in all I was VERY impressed with the extent of work that Jacob and his crew had performed.

Once again, Jacob refused payment the day of service. I was concerned with him carrying these costs, especially for the labor, but… he insisted that I didn’t pay until 100% job completion. Next, we wait.

As part of the “eviction” process, Barnes does not trap or try to poison bats-rodents in the home, for obvious reasons. The eviction process forces bats-rodents to exit the few remaining points of egress, which is via the strategically placed one-way valves. Bats are not able to re-enter those valves, as they are not capable of humming bird-type maneuverability… which would be required. Mice evidently “can” reenter the valves in some cases, hence the bait stations outside on the parameter of the house.

Approximately 6 weeks later, the wait was over. Barnes sent a single, seasoned tech to the house(He was part of the original crew) to remove the one-way valves, seal up those exposed areas, and fog the attic spaces.

The attic fogging does require that you evacuate the house of persons-pets for approximately 2 hours, but… I just did work outside for the time and was not inconvenienced in the slightest. Upon re-entry there was no odor or otherwise any ill effects. I could not smell any of the fogging agent. (*I did shut the door to the room that had the attic access, and open the window and turn on the ceiling fan. That might have helped…?)

The ULV fogging agent that was used in order to wipe out the scent of the creatures that previously occupied those areas. This step was taken to eliminate my attic space from smelling like(and attracting) other rodents to what they would think was a living/nesting area.

After the final appointment I was invoiced for an amount slightly less than the original estimate. My point is that I was pleasantly surprised that I was not “stuck” by any extra-add on charges that I would have to debate/negotiate like I’ve seen done by other Companies.

Again, this was not a cheap proposition, but… it was a worthwhile investment for me and my family. I don’t want a colony of bats growing larger and larger and populating in my house. I don’t want mice chewing through electrical cables. I don’t want feces creating a mess and polluting the air with possible disease. The investment was worth it to me… and my ease of mind is priceless.

I took the time and effort to write this review for a two reasons. #1) If you are like me, word of mouth from an ACTUAL customer is worth more than any advertising slogan in order to get you “comfortable” to spend your money with someone. I am a demanding customer. I expect perfection from myself and companies/services in which I choose to do business. I can personally recommend Barnes Wildlife Control. PERIOD. Jacob is a young professional intent on building his business with quality service and satisfied customers. I am can vouch for Jacob and his Company. #2) Seldom does a company owner get praise when they do what is expected OR even when they do MORE than expected. However, EVERYONE will complain when something is not “perfect.” I wanted Jacob and Team Barnes to know that they exceeded my expectations and I would not hesitate for one second to use them again.

Ross N.
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Sometimes the best reviews we get are not published on a website, just sent to us in an email. This one was too good not to share! 

My experiences with Barnes Wildlife Control:

In the summer of 2018, I was greeted by a Bat flying around the finished portion of my basement. Undeterred, I was able to remove the bat myself without injury to it, OR myself. (*Note: Not for the faint of heart, and I probably would not do this a 2nd time…).

I weakly convinced myself that the stray bat was an abnormality, and a singular occurrence, and that I did not have to worry about more such incidents. Unfortunately, over the next few weeks I was unable to ignore the growing number of “sounds”(rustling-movement) that I was hearing in the upstairs walls. I was now realizing that the “singular” bat incident was something more, and that the lone bat that I had evicted was one of possibly many others that had somehow found their way into my 2nd floor walls and/or attic space. I guessed that my previous bat-guest and was able to migrate down the wall space in order to seek the cooler temperatures of the basement area.

I scoured the internet, and found that Pest Control Companies abound. However, Barnes Wildlife control stood out to me as a more “sound” choice. The next day I called and was greeted by literally the MOST professional person that I have ever dealt with over the phone. My numerous questions were answered thoroughly and patiently by Melissa. My original instincts were confirmed correct, and I was pacified that I was now dealing with a professional organization.

Although Barnes Wildlife is a smaller-locally owned Organization, I would have bet my paycheck that I was dealing with a larger organization based on their systematic approach to my appoint scheduling-Q&A-etc…. It was apparent that the person I was talking too was not only polite and professional, she was very knowledgeable and well trained. Melissa and I set an appointment for the initial inspection. I initially balked at the inspection price and questioned what would be included in that process and why the expense? Melissa explained in detail what would be done, and assured me that the Tech would be a subject matter expert.

On the day of the Service, I was phoned by the tech confirming our appointment time, as well as his ETA. He arrived within minutes the scheduled time. He was prompt, courteous, professional, and introduced himself as Jacob Barnes. He was the Company Owner. Now, I am not sure if Jacob makes most/all of the initial consultation appointments, but… I was sure glad that the Owner was handling my case!

I peppered Jacob with questions. Un-phased, Jacob answered every question logically, thoroughly, and patiently. It was quick to discern that Jacob knew his stuff! I shadowed Jacob for much of his inspection. He took a battery of photographic evidence, often stopping and showing me his findings real time. He worked outside ground level and up to the 2nd story, and then onto the roof. He then inspected the attic over my garage, the attic of my main living quarters… (Donning shoe protectors, etc. Jacob was respectful to not getting my house dirty, etc..), and then my basement. His inspection, and the subsequent FORMAL report he sent me was convincing evidence that I needed to do something about not only a small bat problem, but an even bigger mouse problem in the garage attic that I was unaware of. Remember me balking at the cost of the Inspection and Proposal. His level of inspection and the time-effort-energy extended, more than justified that expense. If nothing else, by now I had a chance to get to know this Mr. Jacob Barnes. I found Jacob genuine and to be someone that I felt I could trust, and someone that I wanted to work with. Oh, and as I was prepared to pay him that day… he refused, and said he would bill me when all the work was completed, and not before. However, Jacob also added…. if I did NOT want to use his services, he would issue me an invoice in due time…. No high pressure sales attempt ever occurred!

As indicated, Jacob’s proposal was FORMAL and comprehensive. He clearly showed evidence to me the day of the inspection, and in the official proposal that supported his plan of attack. He also included a quote that was fairly clear to understand. This was not going to be a cheap proposition, so I called Jacob to walk me through the quote. The quote was an estimate based on his initial findings. His Labor rate was on the higher side, but fair for the type of work that was being done. I have learned over the years, you get what you pay for. After some Q&A with Jacob, a date was scheduled, and we waited for weather that would cooperate.

As the work date drew near, Melissa would call with a weather update a few days in advance of our scheduled appointment. The initial work had to be postponed several times due to inclement weather. However, it was a non-issue for me. Melissa would give me ample time to revise my week and any subsequent plans I had.

On the day they work was finally able to be conducted, a 4 man crew arrived on time and immediately went to work. They were painstaking in their tasks of sealing up my 25 year old house from literally the ground to the peak of the roof. No proverbial stone was left unturned to find and eliminate any opening that rodents could use as egress points. I was impressed.

Jacob arrived with his crew to tackle the job. During the course of the day I saw 1st hand that Jacob led his crew by example, as he did not limit himself to “Supervisory Functions” or the less-strenuous, easy jobs. I admire that.

After about 5 hours, the 4 man crew had completed the job. My yard and my house were free from construction debris, etc… Other than a few rodent “valves” that were barely noticeable, the only way you would have known the workers were there, were by the completed tuck pointing that had needed done for years. All the other modifications and corrections did not alter my house in the slightest.

Basically, the job entailed sealing my house from new critters, and evicting the ones that were already in there. Other than the escape hatches(the one-way “valves”) that were strategically placed in traffic areas, everything else was sealed up like a drum. Guards were added to my warped ridge-vent, eliminating access at those points, and Jacob even did some cosmetic touch-up on my furnace vent while he was on the roof! Bait stations were also placed around the house to address any rodent stragglers. All in all I was VERY impressed with the extent of work that Jacob and his crew had performed.

Once again, Jacob refused payment the day of service. I was concerned with him carrying these costs, especially for the labor, but… he insisted that I didn’t pay until 100% job completion. Next, we wait.

As part of the “eviction” process, Barnes does not trap or try to poison bats-rodents in the home, for obvious reasons. The eviction process forces bats-rodents to exit the few remaining points of egress, which is via the strategically placed one-way valves. Bats are not able to re-enter those valves, as they are not capable of humming bird-type maneuverability… which would be required. Mice evidently “can” reenter the valves in some cases, hence the bait stations outside on the parameter of the house.

Approximately 6 weeks later, the wait was over. Barnes sent a single, seasoned tech to the house(He was part of the original crew) to remove the one-way valves, seal up those exposed areas, and fog the attic spaces.

The attic fogging does require that you evacuate the house of persons-pets for approximately 2 hours, but… I just did work outside for the time and was not inconvenienced in the slightest. Upon re-entry there was no odor or otherwise any ill effects. I could not smell any of the fogging agent. (*I did shut the door to the room that had the attic access, and open the window and turn on the ceiling fan. That might have helped…?)

The ULV fogging agent that was used in order to wipe out the scent of the creatures that previously occupied those areas. This step was taken to eliminate my attic space from smelling like(and attracting) other rodents to what they would think was a living/nesting area.

After the final appointment I was invoiced for an amount slightly less than the original estimate. My point is that I was pleasantly surprised that I was not “stuck” by any extra-add on charges that I would have to debate/negotiate like I’ve seen done by other Companies.

Again, this was not a cheap proposition, but… it was a worthwhile investment for me and my family. I don’t want a colony of bats growing larger and larger and populating in my house. I don’t want mice chewing through electrical cables. I don’t want feces creating a mess and polluting the air with possible disease. The investment was worth it to me… and my ease of mind is priceless.

I took the time and effort to write this review for a two reasons. #1) If you are like me, word of mouth from an ACTUAL customer is worth more than any advertising slogan in order to get you “comfortable” to spend your money with someone. I am a demanding customer. I expect perfection from myself and companies/services in which I choose to do business. I can personally recommend Barnes Wildlife Control. PERIOD. Jacob is a young professional intent on building his business with quality service and satisfied customers. I am can vouch for Jacob and his Company. #2) Seldom does a company owner get praise when they do what is expected OR even when they do MORE than expected. However, EVERYONE will complain when something is not “perfect.” I wanted Jacob and Team Barnes to know that they exceeded my expectations and I would not hesitate for one second to use them again.

Ross N.

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My experience was very similar. Top notch company all the way around!

Wow, that is the most thorough review I have ever read! Great work! I know he is always patient when I ask him 1 million questions, trying to learn how ro do bat work from the best.

Nice job!

Us, too! Bats love our house, but they don't reside here any more!

“Simply the best”🦇🐝

YEAH! Way to go Barnes Wildlife!

Awesome Jake and Melissa

Good Job Jakey. 🧡💙

Karen im thankful we called them to come out tomorrow!!!

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