Waking up to the squeaking, grinning face of a Big Brown bat in your
Oxford, Michigan home doesn't have to be a nightmare. We are your locally
owned and operated bat removal experts, so when there is something strange hanging
in the corner of your ceiling or flying above your head, who are you going
to call, Critter Catchers.
Long before Brace Beemer, the radio voice
of The Lone Ranger called Oxford, Michigan home, bats were here. Long before
WO Smith opened up the first gravel pit in Oxford, making Oxford, Michigan
the Gravel Capital of The World, bats lived here. Now, there are more people
in Oxford, Michigan in need of bat removal.
Whether you live in an old farm house, on Lapeer road, or one of the lake homes
in Oxford Lakes or Waterstone, bats are in your neighborhood. Bat problems
begin when they move inside your home, and professional bat removal services
are required. To get inside your Oxford, Michigan home, the Large Brown Bat
only needs about an inch opening that is the width of your child's pencil.
A bat in your home is not safe for your children, your pets nor the bat
itself. Critter Catchers wants everybody safe and that is why we pride
ourselves on humanely removing and excluding bats from your Oxford, Michigan
home. Bats problems are more common than you think and we offer solutions with our bat exclusion practices.
Critter Catchers has a
proven record of helping many of your Oxford, Michigan neighbors who have
woke up to see a bat flying around their living rooms, bedrooms, kitchens
and dining rooms. It can be scary and we can solve your bat problem
quickly, professionally and humanely.
You may have
noticed our local billboards, or observed one of our trucks driving across
Lakeville or Drahner Road. We are one of only a handful local companies
specializing in bat exclusion – you may have read our story in The
Oxford Leader newspaper.
Critters Catchers bat exclusion experts have
proven results in not only bat removal, but also in stopping bats from
getting in again.
Big Brown Bats love Oxford, from the cedar swamps along Oakwood Road, to
the wetland preserve in Addison Township, this area is offers the perfect
environment for a thriving bat population. Bat problems start when you see a
colony exiting your dormers.
Because we believe bats are vital to
the local ecology – they consume millions of crop destroying insects each
year – we believe it is important to humanely remove the bat problem from
your Oxford, Michigan home. We use live bat exclusion techniques ensuring
the bat in your home is not harmed.
After we have humanely removed
the bat flying inside your home, we make sure it doesn't get in again. Our
technician will inspect your Oxford area home - including the attic. We find
and identify potential entry points bats use to get in your home. We seal
their entrance to your home, giving problem bats only a way out. Once the
bats are out, exit points are sealed, controlling your bat problem.
Critter Catchers bat control solutions will rid your home of these pests,
while maintaining their presence in the local ecosystem. Bats have long
lives and provide a great benefit to our area by reducing problem insects.
Proper control is critical for these animals, you and your friends in the
Oxford, Michigan area.
We are proud to help Oxford, Michigan
residents with our bat removal procedures and our work in educating the
community about bats.
Things you must know about Bat Exclusion