The NATURAL SOLUTION TO

Backyard Pest Control

 
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Now Available for pre-order on Indiegogo


 
 

 
 

Reduce mosquitoes and pests

A common bat can eat thousands of insects in a single night, making them the perfect substitute for nasty pesticides. By eating everything from beetles to mosquitoes, bats help keep your garden and your family safe.

 
 

Provide a safe habitat

Bats are under threat all over the world, and they need our help. BatBnB offers a perfect  home for them to raise their pups and stay safe from predators.

 
 

LEarn to Love this animal

The idea that bats are vicious monsters thirsting for your blood is a myth. In reality, bats avoid people. They sleep during the day and hunt pests at night. Treat them with respect, and they’ll be your best neighbors.


 
 
 

how it works

Each unit can be placed on a wall, shed, barn or pole in your yard. When local bats emerge from hibernation, they'll find your BatBnB and gladly call it home.

 
 

Painted surfaces, western red cedar and heat from direct sunlight attract the bats to the house.


 

Bats enter from the bottom of the bathouse. The landing pad’s surface is for easy gripping.


 

At night the bats are ready to go out and catch dinner. They use the height of the unit to drop out of the house and gain momentum for flight.

 
 
 
 
 

Working with

MERLIN TUTTLE

We are working in close concert with Merlin Tuttle of Merlin Tuttle's Bat Conservation to help design a bat house that is perfectly suitable for the animal's needs so that the bats can comfortably raise their pups in a safe environment. Merlin Tuttle's organization is leading the field in cutting edge research and bat related advocacy efforts and we are honored to have him advising our team.

We encourage the entire BatBnB community to visit www.merlintuttle.org to immerse themselves in research and consider making a donation to their organization.

 
 
Seeing well intended people disappointed by cheap, “imitation” bat houses troubles me greatly. It gives good conservation a bad name. The BatBnB line of houses is the first to be developed for mass sale that meets all my personal criteria. I have been involved in the design and construction of these houses from the beginning and am happy to endorse them as unsurpassed in meeting bat needs, resisting deterioration, and still looking great.
— Merlin Tuttle // Merlin Tuttle's Bat Conservation
 
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We’ve also partnered with the Organization for Bat Conservation to allow every backer to register their BatBnB and help record occupancy rates. This offers researchers valuable insights into global population trends.

Providing bats with safe homes is important, but supporting policy efforts is critical to finding long-term solutions. That’s why we are donating a portion of profits from every sale to conservation groups who are on the front lines impacting policy change.

 

 

GET Your Bat facts straight.

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We work with commercial properties like parks, golf courses, city centers, and farms.

 

BatBnB is a perfect solution to deploy at scale to help reduce mosquitoes, add stylish decor, and keep guests happy.

Contact us for commercial discounts, or subscribe to get early access to special commercial perks.

 
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Meet the team

Our team is based in Lexington, KY.
We are on a mission to support bat populations around the world and to offer the greatest natural pest solution on the market. Join us!

 

Harrison Broadhurst


 

Harrison is an architectural designer at Nomi Design, where he has worked on projects ranging in scale from a 550 sq. ft. residence utilizing a completely CNC’d structure to a 236,000 sq. ft. industrial facility. In his free time, he plays chess, enjoys woodworking, and serenades his wife, three dogs, and two cats with his guitar. He graduated with a B.A. in Architecture from the College of Design at the University of Kentucky.

Christopher Rännefors


 

Christopher has many years of sales, marketing, and leadership experience in industries ranging from ed-tech to manufacturing. He currently works as a Director at a Lexington based manufacturing-tech start-up and pursues woodworking and gardening in his spare time. Chris holds a B.S. in Commerce with a concentration in marketing from the McIntire School of Commerce at the University of Virginia.


 

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