Humane Bat Removal • Bat Guano • Raccoon Removal • Attic Restoration • Wildlife Control
Bat Removal and Prevention, Inc. is one of Michigan’s foremost leading authorities on residential and commercial bat removal and wildlife control. Specializing in trapping, removing and relocating of all Michigan wildlife small to large, including: bats, birds, mice, rodent control, raccoons, skunks, fox, coyote, deer and much more!
Bat Removal and Prevention, Inc. is located at 630 S Ortonville Rd, Ortonville, Michigan 48462. We have been working in the Michigan bat removal and critter control business for over 13 years.
What makes a bat removal company truly “humane”? Honestly anyone can say they are humane as a selling point. Bat Removal and Prevention, Inc. prides itself on honoring Michigan laws, protecting bats and having a good relationship with the Michigan DNR. As we pursue further humane wildlife licensing and bat conservatory partnerships we urge our customers to ask questions when selecting a Bat Removal Company ensuring the safest removal and relocation of all bats.
Its not just bats. We put a high emphasis on humane wildlife control and wildlife removal services. Our designated relocation areas provide the best protection and future homes for all our animals. For more information on our wildlife removal service click here.
Regardless if you have had a raccoon in your attic, bats in attic or a kangaroo, we cover all aspects of attic restoration. We fog, disinfect, remove contaminated insulation, re-insulate, remove and relocate all wildlife, as well as repair all entire points.
One of the most overlooked aspects of bat removal in Michigan is need to remove bat guano. People are usually unaware of bat guano health risk. We often get calls because of a bat in the attic but bat droppings in attics are one of our primary concerns when coming to a home for an inspection. Regardless if you clean your attic yourself, which we provide you with all the information needed if that is your only option or we can do it for you. Regardless, it is a serious enough threat, that it must be removed.