Bat Control Prices

A small job, like a one or two-story house with a small colony of bats, minimal sealing, and no request for attic cleanup, is the cheapest type of job, and may run around the $350 range for all necessary inspection, exclusion, and repair service visits.

A medium job, like a two-story house with a larger colony of bats, and a simple attic cleanup, may run $600 for all necessary service visits to complete the job.

A large job, such as a commercial building, or a house in bad disrepair, with many areas to seal, a barrel tile roof, and a large colony of bats with a large cleanup job, may run $1000 +, perhaps even several thousand for very large projects.

I know that price is a top concern for most customers.

I will say right off the bat* that I always strive for fairness, because it's the right thing to do. My prices are the best combination of value and quality that you will find in central Florida. There are other companies that will attempt bat control (I often have to go fix their poor work) and they will charge more than double or triple what I charge, for inferior work.

I will say second that every bat removal job is very different. There is no one-price-fits-all, any more than an auto repairman would charge one price to "fix your car". The job could be small and simple, or very large and complex. Thus, I must come to your property to do a full inspection, and I will give you a zero-pressure price quote at that time for you to review on your time.

I typically charge an $89 service fee to travel to your property and do a full building inspection, and inspection inside your attic. At that time, I will be able to review the architecture and the nature of the bat infestation, and write up a full proposal for your review. I may stay until dusk to observe the colony of bats as it emerges from your building.

Just give me a call if you have any further questions. I look forward to speaking with you!

-Gregg

*pun intended

Click here to go back to the home page, and learn more about my bat removal process. You may even pick up some do-it-yourself tips, although I must warn you that it took me two years of training to get good at bat control. I obtained my BCI bat removal certification, and even now find many bat removal jobs very challenging. An untrained homeowner may have great difficulty doing the job safely for the bats, legally, and correctly.

Here is an index of all of my bat removal articles and pages on this website:

How-to and Information Articles:
How to get rid of bats
Bats in the attic
Bats in your house
Bat extermination
Pest control for bats
Bat repellant
Bat repellent
Evening Bat
Brazilian Free-Tail Bat

Areas Serviced:
Orlando Bat Removal
Tampa Bat Removal
Miami Bat Removal
Boca Raton Bat Removal
Fort Lauderdale Bat Removal
Palm Beach Bat Removal
Jacksonville Bat Removal
Sanford Bat Removal
Kissimmee Bat Removal