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Certified Bat House - Bat Conservation International
Certified Bat House - Bat Conservation International
Certified Bat House - Bat Conservation International
Certified Bat House - Bat Conservation International
Certified Bat House - Bat Conservation International
Certified Bat House - Bat Conservation International
Certified Bat House - Bat Conservation International
Certified Bat House - Bat Conservation International
Certified Bat House - Bat Conservation International
Certified Bat House - Bat Conservation International
Certified Bat House - Bat Conservation International
Certified Bat House - Bat Conservation International

Certified Bat House - Bat Conservation International

Regular price
$165.00
Sale price
$165.00
Quantity must be 1 or more

This BCI certified bat house is pre-built and customized for your location (bat houses need to be painted and ventilated based on your weather, see below). Your local bats will love it!

Note:  Now offer shipping to British Columbia, Ontario and Quebec Canada. Canadian Price includes all taxes and duties. Please contact us for all other regions. 

Why get a bat house?

Bats need your help! Unfortunately, many of the 1,300 bat species in the world are considered to be threatened and declining. One cause is habitat loss and degradation. A bat house provides a safe place for bats to live and raise their young during the warmer months before hibernation.

Bats are important to the ecosystem. A single brown bat is known to eat more than 1000 insects in a night, making them great for flying insect control (especially mosquitoes!).

Additionally, bat guano (feces) is an excellent fertilizer, making it a great addition to your yard and garden.

Bat Conservation International Certification

Bat Conservation International (BCI) is dedicated to the enduring protection of the world’s 1300+ species of bats and their habitats and creating a world in which bats and humans successfully coexist.

Many commercial bat houses are not suitable for bats because of inadequate design or construction, or they lack proper instructions concerning painting, placement, sun exposure and mounting.

BCI's Bat Approved Certification Program has worked since 1998 to improve the quality of bat houses by reviewing and certifying bat houses that meet their strict standards of design.

This bat house has been officially certified by BCI.

BCI Certification Logo

Specifications

1 Chamber Certified Bat House

  • Dimensions: L 35.5" x W 18" x D 2.5"
  • Weight: 22 lbs.
  • Bat Capacity: 50-150

2 Chamber Certified Bat House

  • Dimensions: L 35.5" x W 18" x D 4"
  • Weight: 26 lbs.
  • Bat Capacity: 150-300

3 Chamber Certified Bat House

  • Dimensions: L 35.5" x W 18" x D 6"
  • Weight: 30 lbs.
  • Bat Capacity: 200-400

4 Chamber Certified Bat House

  • Dimensions: L 35.5" x W 18" x D 7.25"
  • Weight: 35 lbs.
  • Bat Capacity: 250-450

Zone & Paint Color

The bat house color greatly affects whether or not bats will take up residency. Darker colors absorb more sunlight which will create hotter internal temperatures. Consult the map below to figure out what color will work best for your location. If you are unsure which zone to choose, then please contact us and we can help!

Bat house paint color recommendations are based on the average daily high temperatures in July.

  • Zone 1 (blue areas) less than 85˚ = Black paint color
  • Zone 2 (green areas) 85˚-95˚ = Dark gray paint color
  • Zone 3 (yellow areas) 95˚-100˚ = Medium gray paint color
  • Zone 4 (light pink areas) 100˚+ = Light gray paint color

BCI Zone Map

Chambers

Chambers are partitions inside the bat house. These chambers give the bats a place to roost (space for bats to live). The higher number of chambers, the more space available, which can increase the number of bats that choose to reside inside the bat house.

Ventilation

Ventilation slots help reduce the internal temperature of the bat house. The ideal internal temperature is between 80° and 100° degrees fahrenheit.

Bat houses in zones 2, 3, and 4 come with ventilation slots because those regions have an average temperature in July of 85 degrees or more. Zone 1 does not come with ventilation slots because it is a cooler region.

The number of slots we use are based on BCI recommendations. Please contact us if you want to modify the number of vents.

What Makes Our Bat Houses Unique

  • Built to Bat Conservation International standards.
  • Custom made to work optimally in your geographic location. If we notice anything off with your order we will contact you and make the appropriate adjustments.
  • We use environmentally friendly materials such as nontoxic wood stain and local wood from pine trees already damaged in storms and natural disasters.
  • 20 year roof shingles to prevent leakage from rain and snow.
  • Chambers are 7/8 inches apart which offer bats an optimal place to roost while also deterring unwanted guests such as bees, hornets and squirrels.
  • We use marine grade plastic netting (on the landing only) that will allow bats to land and take off safely without getting tangled.
  • All joints are sealed with exterior silicone caulk-glue to ensure a water and air tight seal.
  • The large landing hangs 5" below the entrance allowing plenty of space for bats to land and exit.
  • Constructed from 1" rough cut pine boards for better insulation against heat and cold.
  • Shipping & Returns

Since our products are hand-made and customized for you, the construction time will take approximately 3-5 business days. Shipping will take an additional 2-7 business days via UPS Ground. If you need your order expedited, please contact us and we'll see what we can do. We currently only ship to the continental United States.

You may return a product within 30 days of the delivery date as long as the product is in the original condition. The purchaser is responsible for the return shipping cost.

Installation

Installation Manual.PDF

BAT HOUSE MOUNTING RECOMMENDATIONS (Per Bat Conservation International))
Bats prefer roosts mounted on buildings or other large wooden or concrete structures to those mounted on poles or on trees (not recommended). But pole mounts work well in climates that are moderate to hot, without extreme variance between day and night temperatures.

Customer Reviews

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Obiora Embry
Shipping Woes

For the Bat house to be as big as it is, I was disappointed to see some newspaper, cardboard (small scraps), and a piece of bubble tape to keep it safe in transit, needless to say, the roof of the Bat house was cracked in transit and the shingles on the roof are loose. I am fixing those things now and have not had an opportunity to mount onto a post to see if it's worth the money or not.

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Paige Goode
Well Made Bat House

So happy with the quality of this bat house! I can tell it will last a long time and hopefully will provide a great home for bats! (I haven’t installed it yet). I called to ask a question and got quick, friendly and helpful advice.

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Kyle
Excellent Service

I spent a long time researching the best bat houses, and these appeared to be well made, and highly recommended by BCI and others in the bat conservation community. I purchased one to mount in our yard, but it arrived damaged - a small piece had broken off inside. I contacted P&S and within minutes Sue responded, letting me know that the piece was not critical and the house would still be fine, but that they would send a replacement anyway! I now have two bat houses that I will mount back-to-back. Our kids are very excited to have bats living in our yard.

The service at P&S is excellent, and the bat houses look great. I'd highly recommend this bat house to others.

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Bobby Chester
Bat houses

Transaction was very easy . I think this was my third and fourth bat houses purchased from P&S and the product is very well built. Hands down the best for your money.

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Katrina
The Best!

After doing some research and with advice from Paul & Sue I purchased a BCI approved bathouse not knowing quite what to expect.
Let me tell you, forget what you see in the feed store, (yes, seriously don’t get those) this bathhouse is fantastic! Strong, well made with quality materials and appropriate for bats! It even has a shingled roof! It’s a proper bathouse!
Very happy customer