Highland Park homeowners often find that bats have chosen to build colonies in their attics. This lakefront town is rich in beautiful views of nature, from its abundance of trees to is peaceful beaches. These natural features also make it bountiful in wildlife, specifically bats. Moist, shaded areas like forests offer a buffet of mosquitoes for these insectivores to feast upon, and the attics of houses are the perfect shelter for their colonies. ABC Wildlife is proud to serve the members of the Highland Park community, and we are ready to help solve bat problems any time, day or night.
ABC Wildlife is the Highland Park homeowner’s number one choice for bat removal and exclusion, and we live up to our reputation. We have nearly 4 decades worth of experience providing service to the communities of Northern Illinois. Our Highland Park bat removal specialists are licensed and trained in the most up-to-date bat exclusion methods. We will inspect your property for a bat presence, identify entry points, remove the colony of bats, and seal your home so it is safe and secure against future invasions. In addition to bat-proofing your house, ABC Wildlife is the premier company in replacing insulation that has been soiled by bats and repairing any other damage caused by their presence. Our technicians in Highland Park are certified and prepared to solve your bat problem. Contact us to speak to a specialist today. 1-847-870-7175.
ABC Humane Wildlife is available for 24-hour emergency service every single day of the year. Bats are responsible for the transmission of diseases like rabies and histoplasmosis, and waiting to address the problem only increases your chances of becoming infected. Call ABC Humane Wildlife anytime day or night. Our Highland Park bat removal experts are at the top of their field. Call one of our representatives to schedule a service call with one of our technicians.
ABC Humane Wildlife is proud to serve Highland Park, IL 60035.
Highland Park Customer Testimonial
“They were very knowledgeable about animal patterns and behavior…They also recommended some extra steps we could take to seal up potential points of entry.”
-Lori Anne Henderson, Highland Park, Illinois