Michigan Bat Control, Inc- Full Service Nuisance Wildlife Control

Bat Removal • Attic Restoration • Bat Colony Relocation • Bat Exclusion Work • Wildlife Solutions • Bird Control • Mice Control

(877) 922-BATS (2287)
Michigan Bat Control, Inc.- Professional Nuisance Wildlife Solutions

Professional Animal Pest Control Services 
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Attic Pest Removal- Poison Free Mice Control 
Locally Owned Serving The State of Michigan
Permit Number RC 1019


Michigan Bat Control, Inc. | Professional Wildlife Control Company

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  4. 15 years of experience
  5. Five year warranty
  6. Humane wildlife control
  7. Poison free
  8. BCI compliant

(877) 922-2287
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We are a full service wildlife management company locally owned and operated. We specialize in live bat exclusions so bats can freely leave their roost with out being harmed. Once the animals are gone we do all of the necessary repairs so the pest and other wildlife don't return. We do full service attic clean-ups and restorations. We also trap and relocate unwanted nuisance wildlife from your home or business in Livingston, West Oakland, North Washtenaw, parts of Shiawassee, and Genesee, MI counties.

We have successfully completed thousands of bat exclusions  all over the state of Michigan. We take pride in customer satisfaction and providing great service.  There are no projects we can't handle.  We specialize in commercial buildings and have worked with thousands of residential customers.

We currently have 9 service trucks in our fleet and are looking to add at least one each year. As our customer data base grows and our service area expands we need to be able to reach out further. We have recently added a truck into the Tampa Florida area and look to add a truck in Northern Michigan for the summer months. We are always looking to expand our fleet and with that we are expanding our employee count.

Meet the Crew 

Office Help- Your First Contact at Michigan Bat Control & Wildlife Solutions

Brooke: (Office Manager and Customer Support) Brooke has been with us for a long time. She has been here from near the beginning and helped grow our company to where it is today. She is the key to making our company run like a well oiled machine. Brooke runs all of our office staff and makes sure the communication with our customers is smooth. She is the backbone of the company. She also maintains all of the phones, customer support and office duties. If you have questions or concerns she is your go to person for customer support. 

Rachel: (Office Assistant/ Phone Support) Rachel joined our team in early 2017. She is very smart and eager to learn. She is a writer at heart, so her knowledge of structure and organization works well with our company. When you call for nuisance wildlife control, such as bat problems, bird removal, critters in the attic or anything else, she is one of the first contacts. S
he trained for months learning every aspect of the nuisance wildlife control industry. So if you need an email answered, phone answered, Rachel can help. Call today and get your wildlife inspection scheduled.

Leslie Camp

Leslie: (Office Assistant/ Phone Support) Leslie comes from a real estate background so she knows South East, MI very well. It only took her a short period of time to learn our system and understand the wildlife control business. If you need to book an appointment for any of your nuisance wildlife problems she is one of the first people you speak with. Need to get a hold of someone after normal business hours? No problem, Leslie is available some nights after five and available on Saturdays. 

Ken: (Operations Manger) Ken comes to our team with several years in the business world. Previously a business owner himself, he understand customer relations and how to maintain a successful business. Now retired from his previous line of work, he will be a great asset to our company. He as a degree from the university of Western Michigan in business management. He helps with managing the office, communicating with customers, marketing the business, and much more. Ken is one of the first contacts you get on the phone when reaching out to us for nuisance wildlife problems.

Nuisance Wildlife Operators

Joe: (Business Management) Studied at the University of Michigan. Has a bachelors degree in mass media communications and computer science from the University of Michigan. He opened the company in 2000 as a sole proprietor servicing a very small area. As the company grew over the years he expanded the service area and incorporated in 2010. Joe maintains the business, helps with phones, and still works in the field. He knows every area in South East, MI very well. 
He comes with over 17 years of real in the field experience. If you have a wildlife problem Joe is here to help. 

Eric: (Wildlife Control Field manager/technician) Eric has been with us since day one. When we began as a small one man crew Eric was the helping hand. In the early years, heights were not his thing. With experience on thousands of bat removal exclusions, he has adapted nicely to roofs and ladders. Through our 17 years of service Eric has been with us since day one. He is the backbone of the field and keeps things in order. He services and manages all of our service areas. He keeps all of our area service managers in order and make sure the field is running smooth. If there is a problem in the field, Eric is here to help. 

Bill: (Wildlife Control Lead Technician) Bill is one of our lead technicians for bat removal and all other wildlife control jobs. You will find Bill throughout the counties of Lapeer, Macomb, St. Clair and Tuscola running large attic clean-up jobs, inspecting homes and working on exclusions for nuisance wildlife. He has been with us for several years so we ensure you will be getting one of the best. Call or email to schedule your nuisance wildlife control job today!

Buck: (Wildlife Control Technician) Buck is a wildlife control specialist an avid wildlife trapper. Buck works out of our Owosso location and services customers throughout Shiawassee, Saginaw, Midland, Bay, and Genesee Counties. Buck is an all around wildlife technician. Need an inspection, exclusion, or animal removed? Buck is your guy. He is known for a large bird control job he did on a commercial building. On his off days and slow season you will find him trapping coyotes, fox, beavers, and dear hunting. If you need wildlife control service in Buck's area he can help with any wildlife problem you are having. 

Michael: (Wildlife Control Technician) We are full service wildlife control company and he is a big part of it. Michael is our full time animal trapper. If you have a critter in the trap, chances are Micheal will be picking it up. He can remove all types of wildlife from your home. Raccoons, skunks, opossums, fox, beavers, etc. Michael also helps with larger exclusion and clean-up projects. So if you have a bat, bird, or raccoon infestation chances are you will see Michael on your project. Rest assure there aren't any varmints he can't handle. If you need an animal trapped, give us a call and we can help. 

Chad (Wildlife Control Technician) Chad has been in the pest control business for years now. Chad reached out to us to find a similar, but new career path. Chad has conquered many pest such as wasp, beetles, yellow jackets, mice, rats, and others. Now Chad takes on a new career in the wildlife control industry. Chad will lead our West Oakland and Wayne county areas for critters such as bats, birds, mice, squirrels, raccoons, skunks and much more. With his background in the pest control industry he has what it takes to be one of our top nuisance wildlife technicians. Also new to our line of service, Chad will be handle any of our yellow jacket or other wasp that interfere with out bat exclusion work as he is licensed to remove stinging insects.

(Wildlife Control Technician): Taylor has been with us for a couple of years now. Before joining our team he worked for another pest control company. He worked for the other pest control company to help start their wildlife control division. He grew their company so much they couldn't handle the daily operations it takes to run a wildlife removal company. He comes with years of experience and will help grow our company. Taylor works out of our Lansing office and services all of Greater Lansing, Jackson, Grand Rapids and beyond. If you have a bat problem west of Livingston County, Taylor is your guy. He also handles all other nuisance wildlife jobs, such as birds, mice, squirrels, raccoons, etc. 

Zach: (Wildlife Control Technician) Zach is an avid animal trapper and hunter. His previous employer was a wildlife outfitter company. He has expertise in all aspects of the wildlife control industry. This will help with all aspects of our nuisance wildlife services. He will bring his animal trapping expertise to our team. If you live in the Oakland or Wayne County areas chances are you will meet Zach at your home if you have a nuisance wildlife problem. He has experience in bat removal, attic clean-ups, raccoon removal, beaver trapping and more. If you have nuisance animal or bird problem in Zach's area of service he can help. 

Ryan: (Wildlife Control Technician) Now serving the greater Ann Arbor area and Wayne County region, Ryan is a great asset to our team. If you have a critter problem such as bats, mice, birds, or raccoon's he can help. Ryan has been responsible for several bat exclusions, animal trapping jobs, and attic restoration projects. He is newest to our team, but has learned fast and already has a lot of experience in such a short time. If you need nuisance wildlife control service he can help with any wildlife problem. If you live in Washtenaw or Wayne County you most likely be visited by him.