Bat Removal from Barn in Lancaster County
A local farmer had an empty barn that used to have livestock in it 50 years ago. He wanted to either convert the barn into a living space or keep dairy cows in the barn. Before you could fix the barn, he found bats living in it. 

Bats in Barns

Barns are large spaces with plenty of potential bat entry points. While bats cannot create their own entry point, they only need a tiny gap to get into your barn. At Critter Control, we can guarnatee to solve your bat problem.
We identify all the potential entry points and seal them. To get rid of bats, we install a one-way valve so bats evict themselves. Once they leave they cannot return. After all the bats are gone, we remove the one way valve. Then we apply santizing agents and ecotoparasite treatments to clean up after them. 

Dairy Barn Bat Removal

Pennsylvania is ranked 8th nationally in total milk production, and dairy farms in York, Adams, and Dauphin Counties produce a lot of it. Lancaster County has the most with 100,000 milk cows.

Dairy is an important business in Pennsylvania's economy, and bats can be an important part. Bats in Pennsylvania eat insects, and researchers found bats have an economic impact in the billions for agriculture. Bats roosting in your dairy barn are a threat. 

If you have a dairy barn, you know how important it is to keep to free of bats. The Pennsylvania Department of Agriculture requires it to be bat free. They pose no direct to humans, and bats are no more likely to transmit rabies than any other mammal. However, the accumulation of guano can spread diseases and noxious odors.


Great people to work with!
John with CC has helped us twice in the last six years - first with a minor mouse problem, and then in troubleshooting a mystery animal that was raising a ruckus on the roof. In each case he was friendly, professional, and offered excellent guidance on the practical solutions. Highly recommend him, and this company.
Squirrels chewed siding of chimney. CC tech came out to assess situation. Fortunately animals not in attack. CC repair team came out and repaired damage and did a fine job. Very pleased with the business, their work and customer service.
Cannot say enough wonderful things about this company and Joe especially. We recently found a bat in our basement…SCARY! Called and asked for help, Joe came out at 8pm and was able to search the house, capture the bat safely and removed it from our home. His customer service was priceless to me and I highly recommend this company to everyone. Post visit he even sent a team to further assess our property and provide a quote for future needs.
They helped get rid of bats at our house and were friendly and easy to work with, highly recommend
We appreciated the quick response and the careful service by David Gleason. He explained each step of the process. He also returned to reset traps that had been sprung. He was professional and friendly. We highly recommend Critter Control.
Bryan was great. On time, professional, friendly. Most importantly, honest. No lies, no fear tactics, no gimmicks. Assessed the issue and was honest about the lack of work that actually needed to be done/was recommended, knowing that other places had dramatized and given several thousand dollar (4k+) estimates on a job that costs a couple hundred dollars. Can't recommend enough. Will be using for any future issues.
I’ve been using them for several years now. They are great!
Removed bats from our house and sealed up other areas of concern. Very responsive, explained things throughly to us, and did the work in a very timely manner. Much better than their two competitors that we also called. I would highly recommend them.
We have been having issues in our yard, and recently discovered large holes. Called this team, they immediately came out and determined the holes were partially exposed mole tunnels. They took care of the tunnels (as best they could), and trapped and caught a mole for removal. They were responsive, knowledgeable, and thorough. While I hope it is not needed - we would certainly reach out to them again should a need arise!
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