Virginia Bat Removal


Virginia Bat RemovalBlue Ridge Wildlife & Pest Management provides bat removal services in Virginia. If you need bat removal or need to get rid of bats in Alexandria, Arlington, Bedford, Blacksburg, Bristol, Charlottesville, Covington, Chesapeake, Danville, Fairfax, Fredericksburg, Hampton, Harrisonburg, Lexington, Lynchburg, Loudon, Manassas, Martinsville, Newport News, Norfolk, Richmond, Roanoke, Smith Mountain Lake, Staunton, Virginia Beach, Waynesboro, Williamsburg, Winchester, Wytheville, and Yorktown Virginia, Blue Ridge Wildlife & Pest Management is available to solve your bat problem.

  • Bat removal is our specialty.  We have helped restore peace of mind to thousands of residential and commercial customers in Virginia. 
  • All our offices and employees are NWCOA(R) Bat Standards Compliant.  Which is now a requirement in Virginia to remove bats from residential and commercial structures.
  • We can provide you with a professional, permanent, and non-chemical solution to your bat infestation problem and we will guarantee it in writing.
  • Bats create offensive odors due to their droppings and feces, host bat bugs (Bat bugs are similar to bed bugs.), disrupt peoples sleep, and are one of Virginia’s top rabies vectors.

The Process

  1. The first step in the bat removal process is to schedule a site visit.  For a minimum fee we will inspect the interior and exterior of your residential or commercial structure.  If you decide to hire us to perform the bat removal, we will not charge you for the site visit and will schedule the bat removal with a deposit.
  2. The second step in the bat removal process is the site visit.  During our site visit we will locate all of the current and potential bat entry points on the exterior of the structure that will need repair.  In other words, anywhere that your home or business emits air draft will need to be repaired. These repairs will be written in detail on your bat service agreement.   Go to our Bat Inspection page on for more detailed information. 
  3. The third step in the bat removal process id the attic inspection.  During our site visit we will inspect your attic space for evidence of an accumulation of bat guano and for bat bugs.  The Center for Disease Control (CDC) states that undisturbed bat droppings are the safest bat droppings.  We will take photos of any bat droppings we see.  In most cases the bat guano is within the wall voids and are better left alone.  
  4. The forth step in the bat removal process is the repairs to the potential entry points or areas that do not currently have bats entering.  These areas are typically exhaust vents, construction gaps, ridge vents, chimneys, etc.  Go to our Bat Removal page on for more detailed information. 
  5. The fifth step in the bat removal process is to install the exit without re-entry devices (Venting Tubes) over the current entry points that will allow the bats to leave from the structure without the use of chemicals or harming the bats.  Depending on the time of year, we may have to wait until the baby bats can fly or the bats come out of hibernation in your home or business.  Go to our Time of Year Concerns page on for more detailed information. 
  6. The sixth step in the bat removal process is to remove the bat venting devices and repair the current entry points.  Depending on the time of year that we installed the bat venting devices, it could be three weeks or next April after hibernating bats have left your home or business.
  7. The seventh and final step in the bat removal process is the guano removal from your attic.  We will clean out any exposed bat guano, contaminated insulation, and exterminate the bat bugs in your attic space. This process will eliminate humane expose to any exposed bat guano, thus reducing any potential human respiratory problems due to the air borne mold spores from the bat guano. Go to our Bat Guano Health Concerns page on for more detailed information. 

Bat Bug Removal

  • We are a Virginia licensed pest control company and can treat your bat bugs, if found, in conjunction with our bat removal and or bat guano removal services.
  • Bat bugs are an ecto-parasite that lives in bat guano and feeds on the bats in your attic.
  • Bat bugs look and act like bed bugs, except they rarely feed on humans and are found on the bats themselves, the bat roosting area, and in the bat guano. Go to our Bat Bug Removal page on for more detailed information. 

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Southern & Southwest Virginia

Blue Ridge Wildlife & Pest Management
Wildlife & Fisheries Biologists on Staff
Roanoke, Bedford, Blacksburg, Covington, Radford, Smith Mountain Lake Areas
Martinsville, Danville, Lynchburg Areas
Bristol, Marion, Wytheville Areas

Central & Northern Virginia

Blue Ridge Wildlife & Pest Management
Wildlife & Fisheries Biologist on Staff
Harrisonburg, Lexington, Staunton, Waynesboro Areas
Charlottesville, Richmond
Alexandria, Arlington, Fairfax, Fredericksburg, Loudon, Manassas, 
Winchester, Washington D.C. Areas

Eastern Tidewater Virginia

Blue Ridge Wildlife & Pest Management
Wildlife & Fisheries Biologist on Staff
Chesapeake, Hampton, Newport News, Sufolk, Virginia Beach,
Williamsburg, Yorktown Areas

Contact Us

Home Office
5131 Benois Rd. Roanoke, VA 24018
Toll-Free: 540-940-6489

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