What does residential bat proofing involve?

Bat proofing involves knowing how and where to let the currently roosted bats get out, as well as know how and where to seal to keep them from getting back in!

To do this, Bat Free will examine individual components of construction on the infested structure.  These areas may include but will not be limited to the siding, soffit, fascia, venting, roof lines, chimneys, flashing, and valleys.

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Which Parts of Your Home Will We Examine?

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To bat proof a structure, Bat Free LLC examines the entire exterior of a structure. Upon determining an active bat entry point, we may choose to mount an excluder (one way door).  These hand crafted devices allow the currently roosted bats to exit the structure while at the same time preventing their re-entry.

Bat Free LLC will conscientiously mount these exit devices in such a way and in sufficient quantity so as to let the bats escape, while maintaining the overall aesthetics of the structure in question. The rest of the bat proofing process includes meticulously sealing all the other potential entry points, to prevent re-infestation.


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805 Pineview Ln N
Plymouth, MN 55441
Phone: (612) 323-5313

Email: batfreemn @

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