Bat Removal

Get Expert Bat Removal in Toronto

At 360 Wildlife Control we know how unpleasant it can be to have bats living in your home or your business. If you have bats on your property, call 360 Wildlife Control to schedule an expert bat removal in Toronto. Our technicians will locate the bats’ roost and will implement a safe, effective removal plan.

Where Do Bats Like to Nest?

Bats like to live in dark and dry places. In urban areas, these places include an attic or a chimney. Bats are able to squeeze their bodies through narrow spaces.

Bats are drawn to areas near standing water, such as a pond or a swimming pool. Standing water attracts mosquitoes, which bats love to eat.

canstockphoto15254845What Threats Do Bats Pose?

  • Bats tend to make noise at night as they come and go from hunting, therefore disrupting your sleep.
  • If bats are not removed from your property, they can form robust colonies in just a few years.
  • Bat droppings and urine corrode wood and metal.

Call 360 Wildlife Control at 1-866-650-1811 to schedule bat removal in Toronto. We will dispatch a technician as soon as possible to assess the situation and create a specialized removal plan for your home or business.

In the summer, bats may select attics for raising their young. Bats can squeeze through very tiny spaces (as narrow as six millimetres). This is how they access many roosting areas.

Bats eat insects. One bat can consume hundreds of flying insects each night during the summer.

Bats are usually classified as a pest species due to their habits of living in houses. The most common complaints include the following:

  • Bats living in the attic
  • Bats living in the chimney
  • Odor due to bat droppings

Picking up the Bat Signal

The Little Brown Bat is the most common bat in North America. As a nocturnal mammal, you’ll most likely glimpse bats at dusk when they emerge to find their evening meal.

What they Eat

The Little Brown Bat is an insectivore, feasting on moths, wasps, beetles, and mosquitoes.

Where they Live

Bats prefer to roost near standing water where insects – like mosquitoes – tend to lay their eggs.

Life with Humans

If a suitably quiet, dark, dry roosting area is not readily available – often due to loss of habitat – bats may move into man-made roosting areas, like attics. Although bats typically birth only one baby per female, they do live a long life – up to 33 years. Bats can quickly multiply if they are not taken care of quickly.

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