Below are the available bulk discount rates for each individual item when you purchase a certain amount
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Four Chamber Bat House
Types of bats attracted to Holleys' bat houses: little brown, big brown, cave, northern long-eared, palid, big-eared, Yuma, and southeastern--.
LITTLE-KNOWN BAT FACTS: Bats are a critical part of our eco-system: they eat close to their weight in mosquitos and other disease-bearing insects every night. They are by far the best mosquito repellant.
FOUR CHAMBER BAT HOUSE--HOLDS APPROX 400 SMALL BROWN BATS
Our houses are are rustic and sturdy, made of Ohio hard pine that is air dried. They are fire hardened, making them maintenance free and long lasting. Our houses last approximately approximately 10-15 years , depending on climate, and are maintenance free.
Our four chamber bat house is the largest of our bat houses, holding approx. 400 small brown bats. Each house is customized for your area and provides a habitat in which the bats can find shelter from harsh elements and give birth and protection to their young.
Each bat house is customized to the size of bats in your area. Every bat house is sprayed with our Bat Attract before shipping in order to help the bats find your house faster. Most important, there is always a wildlife specialist to answer your questions regarding size of bat house you need and best placement of the bat house. Call Holleys' at 330-221-8799 for assistance with questions/concerns.
You have ongoing customer support before, during, and following your purchase-- call "Holleys" at 330-221-8799 with questions or concerns.
MADE WITH PRIDE IN THE USA BY USA VETERANS-
Holleys, Habitat Homes--creating and selling wildlife homes since 1999
Each wildlife house/nesting box is made to duplicate natural habitat needs.
WE CUSTOMIZE UPON REQUEST...ALL SHIPPING IS FREE ON THIS SITE WITHIN CONTINENTAL USA.
We appreciate you, the customer, for your help in caring for our environment through the use of bat houses that attract bats for an important, endangered species. Bats work in our behalf to control disease ridden insects, e.g.,mosquitos, eating three quarters to one pound of bugs every night. They also help pollinate our growing food.