Tampa Bat Control Company

You are visiting this page because you have bats in your Tampa home or building. You may have just discovered them - flying out of your home at dusk, leaving scattered droppings below. Or you may have known about a large population of bats in your building for some time, but now the situation is getting out of hand, with hundreds or thousands of bats, and a strong odor. Regardless, a colony of bats in a building is a serious matter. The colony will never leave, it will only grow in size, you don't like the sight or odor of the animals, and the droppings they leave behind can be hazardous to your health, not to mention the risk of rabies.

We can help you. We remove 100% of the bats, with a perfect success rate, we do not harm a single bat, we completely bat-proof your home or building, and we clean and decontaminate the mess that they leave behind.

For an explanation of my Tampa bat removal prices, click here: prices.

We are based in Tampa, FL. Our company is All Pro Wildlife LLC, and we operate 24/7, and strive for the highest level of customer service - we show up as scheduled, in clean truck and uniform, and we use the best equipment. We offer a full written guarantee on our work, and provide a full range of services for all of your bat control needs. We put a great deal of care and pride into our work, and make sure that the bat problem is gone for good. We service the entire Tampa Bay area, including St. Petersburg and Clearwater.

Superior Bat Exclusion: We have trained for years specially on bat control. We specialize in Florida bat control, and the two primary colonizing species of bats, the Brazilian Free-Tail Bat (Tadarida brasiliensis), and the Evening Bat (Nycticeius humeralis). Of the two, the Free-Tail bat is more common in the Tampa Bay area. Regardless, we are intimately familiar with the biology and behavior of all of Florida's bats. These two species in particular love to live in the attics or walls of homes and buildings. They form large groups, known as maternity colonies. These groups of bats never leave, and can grow to a very large size. Every summer, the female bats give birth to their baby bats, which are unable to fly for about eight weeks. When we come to your property, we inspect the building and study your bat problem often with a night watch. We remove all of the bats via specialty exclusion methods, such as seen in the photo to the left. Not a single bat is harmed during the process, and they are all evicted. We completely seal your home or building so that there are no more points of entry, and so that the building is 100% bat-proof.

To learn more about the bat removal process, read about removal of bats in the attic, or my comprehensive guide about how to get rid of bats. Or go back to the Orlando Florida bat removal home page.

Tampa Bat Removal Customer Emails:
I am looking for someone to get the bats out their are a lot of them an no one in the area seems to want to even go close to getting them out , also we have a slate roof which we are looking to replace , the bats are our fear because were not sure a roofer is going to want to touch this project because of the bats, help who in my area can I call, I already spoke to the Orkin guy who tells me they can't help until the roof is replaced well that really helps being that the bats are going to go nuts with the roof being replaced, I need help. let me ask you this do the evening bats bite people? I have them in my attic and I believe there are several. The smell is a problem in that area, we are searching for someone to get rid of them however we have a slate roof and it seems to be rotting, at the wood and the Orkin man says he can't help til we get a new roof, I have started to get estimates for a new roof and I have told the companies that we have a problem. so do bats bite humans???

My response: Similar to birds, bats will swoop to intimidate if they feel threatened. We work around them all the time and have never been bitten while performing exclusion work. They will bite if handled. They can carry rabies and their droppings can transmit a fungal disease called histoplasmosis if inhaled. In short, the problem should be handled by a professional. The only issue is that it is illegal to exclude bats until their maternity season is over. Any exclusion work done now will strand and kill the young in the roost who cannot fly yet. This will create a much bigger problem. Please check with a trapper in your area to discuss this issue further. Hope this helps.

I have been finding some odd looking feces in my shed. I didnít think it was a rodent or a bird. so I checked on some photos. it sure looks like the bat feces in your pics. will a bat nest under a concrete slab ? will a bat nest under a lawn mower? lol. I have also cleared away an area behind my shed and covered it with old roof shingles that I found some of the feces under. I had some old garbage pails for summer construction projects turned upside down on top of the shingles and found the same feces under them. every time I check a photo it comes up bats. could this be possible?

My response: Sounds like mouse poo. Do you see bats flying out of the structure at dusk? If not, then you don't have bats.