Bat Removal & Exclusion

Only Licensed and qualified professionals are permitted to perform Bat Removal & Exclusion services.

Although bats are very beneficial in nature, they pose serious health risks when they enter buildings or come in contact with people, domestic animals and pets.

Ultra Safe’s Advanced Wildlife Control Operators are qualified to handle the most challenging Bat Removal and Exclusion Services.

Bat Removal & Exclusion Experts

Certified Bat Experts  Bat Removal

Why Do Bats Enter Homes and Buildings?

In Massachusetts, female bats migrate to warm attics to raise their young in the warmer months of the year.

Some species of bats may stay and over-winter within the structure but most bat removal calls come in late July early August as juvenile bats take flight for the first time. Inexperienced bats can end up in the occupied space of a home or building.

It is important to understand the life habits of bats in Massachusetts before planning any type of bat removal or exclusion project.

Performing bat exclusions at the incorrect time of year can trap bats inside the structure. Trapped bats may die in the walls and increase the risk of human-bat conflict if trapped bats escape into areas occupied by people.

Bat Removal In Attic  Top Rated Bat Removal

How Do Bats Get Inside Buildings?

Unlike rodents, bats do not gnaw or chew their way into structures. Bats seek out roosting sites by following air movement and temperature changes while flying around potential roosting areas. In the wild, bats typically roost in caves, tree hollows, rock crevices and other naturally formed structures.

In urban and suburban areas, bats often find suitable roosting sites in homes, attics and other structures occupied by people. Bats enter these buildings through existing gaps and openings ⅝ of an inch or larger.

Here in Massachusetts, winter weather conditions can cause structural damage to buildings over time. Snow and ice can expand, forcing building materials apart and creating the ideal entry points for bats to enter.  It is important to have annual bat inspections to identify any existing or new potential entry points.

Common Entry Points For Bats To Get Inside 

Upper and lower rake boards,  soffits, trim, dormer returns, roof and attic vents, chimneys, siding gaps and other areas where the bats can enter the structure. “Exclusion Materials” specifically designed for the safe removal and exclusion of bats are used to evict and seal bats out of the structure.

Common Bat Entry Points


When Is The Best Time To Perform Bat Removal & Exclusions?

Massachusetts Law protects all species of bats. Our licensed bat professionals will remove the bats without harm. 

During the months of May, August and September, ‘Bats can be safely evicted and sealed out of a structure by a Licensed Bat Removal & Exclusion Professional.

This is when young bats have either not yet been born or when bats are mature enough to take flight. This process is known as ‘Bat Removal & Exclusion’.

Professional Bat-Proofing Materials

Our bat exclusion experts keep bats out of buildings with Bat Cones, Eviction Devices, All-Weather Sealants, Sheet Metal, steel mesh fabric, customized screening, chimney and vent covers and other specialty products. 


Ultra Safe’s Wildlife Control Specialists can prevent bats from entering homes and buildings without causing harm to the bats.

If bats have already entered a structure we will extract or remove the bats safely before performing the long-term exclusion work. Our bat exclusions preserve bats while protecting people and domestic animals.

Is Bat Guano Dangerous?

Bat Guano Removal Guano Clean-up

Bat Guano harbors dangerous organisms. A certified bat professional will clean-up the guano safely. In addition to the guano, Bat Bugs may infest areas occupied by bats. 

Ultra Safe Pest utilizes Industry-Specific HEPA vacuums to remove guano (bat-droppings) from contaminated areas. Professional sanitizers are applied by licensed applicators to treat dangerous organisms and related parasites.



Rabies & Bats 

Rabies & Bats – Information Provided By The Boston Public Health Commission

What is rabies?

Rabies is a virus that can affect the brain and spinal cord. This virus is found in the saliva of an animal with rabies and can be spread to humans through a bite or scratch. Rabies cannot be cured, but it can be prevented.

What do I need to know about bats and rabies?​

In the U.S, most rabies in humans has been due to bat bites that were not recognized or reported.  Bats make tiny teeth marks that are difficult to see so the bite may not be noticed.  A healthy bat usually avoids people, but a rabid bat may be on the ground so people touch it.  If there is any chance that someone has touched a bat, it should be captured and tested for rabies. Besides touching the bat, finding a bat in the room of an unattended child or anyone who is unable to give a clear history of whether they had direct contact with the bat (such as someone who was sleeping) is also considered a possible exposure.  Bats flying overhead and bats that have not had contact with humans or animals do not pose a risk. 


Ultra Safe Pest offers services for specimen capture and drop off for rabies testing. Our preferred facility is the State Laboratory at South St in Jamaica Plain Ma.

Call our Bat-Removal & Exclusion Specialists  if you suspect bats have entered or to prevent bats from entering a structure.

24hr Emergency Bat Removal Available 866-472-5858