SIA Wildlife Control
SIA Wildlife Control provides bat removal services in Toronto and the GTA. We specialize in squirrel removal, skunk removal, bird removal, bat removal, groundhog removal, opossum removal, and raccoon removal. Thank you for considering us for your wildlife removal needs, we are prepared and ready to exceed your expectations.
Bats are nocturnal in nature. They are found in the night sky. During the day they roost in caves, attics, underground locations, and places that are generally dark. Bats are sensitive to light, therefor they avoid the day and venture out at nights. Their main source of environment is their echolocation. Which is similar sonar and is basically sound that is emitted and returned as a means of hunting insects to bats. Bat’s are not blind, they do have vision however it is their echolocation that allows them to hunt for food or avoid objects during flight. A bat can sense how far object are from the time it takes the sound to echo back to the bat.
Humans usually can’t hear bats, our hearing range is anywhere between 20Hz to 20 kHz. Certain bats can hear frequencies up to 110 kHz.
How do you know you have a bat problem?
You may visually see them entering and exiting your attic most likely from a gap between the side wall and the soffit. Or they may be roosting in your chimney. The other way to check is to look for the gaps yourself, and then look for evidence of bat guano. They usually leave a trail of droppings (guano) which most of the time embed to the wall under their entry point. You may also find guano piled up on the ground where they are entering and exiting.
There are diseases that have been associated with bats and their guano. Bats may carry Rabies and or Histoplasmosis.
Bat removal Toronto, ON and GTA
Once we’ve found the point of entry where bats are roosting, we deploy a special screening on the area where bats are using as an entry and exit point. The exclusion system works in a way that bats can easily crawl and squeeze through to leave but would never be able to re-enter. This is using the bats abilities and weaknesses in flight against it. Once the screening is in place properly, other potential gap areas of the attic must be sealed. This job can be done with transparent caulking designed for exterior use.
After a week or two we will return to the attic and make sure we see no visual signs of the bats. When we are sure there is no more bats in the attic, we will remove the screening. To prevent bat re-entry in the future, the gap where the screen was installed will be closed with caulking exactly like the other gaps were done previously. This procedure will conclude complete and humane removal of bats from the attic. We do not perform bat removal during baby season, read below.
Bat baby season
In the months of June to August, bats will roost and have babies. Each mother has one baby per year. So if you have a colony of 50 bats, then 50 more bat babies will be present. It’s important to keep in mind that only female bats roost in an attic during the baby seasons. Why is this important? If you were to hire someone to seal up and use an exclusion device to block out bats from returning, you could be digging up a can of trouble for yourself and your family.
Bat babies cannot fly and hunt for their own food and therefor require their mother to bring in food for them every night. Blocking off the mother bats with exclusion devices during baby season will result in the starvation and death of baby bats in your attic. This is both illegal and inhumane. Since baby bats can’t fly they will crawl through everything and everywhere to find food on their own in the face of starvation. Being that 50 baby bats are now starving, and dying in little gaps that will lead all around your walls you will be facing the decaying smell of over 50 baby bats. Not to mention, that you will have different organism feasting on the decaying bodies.
Being aware of all this, it just isn’t worth it.. since you already have the problem, it won’t hurt to wait a bit more before hiring anyone to do the job. At the end of August you should be safe to begin the process of removing your bat problem. At SIA Wildlife Control we provide bat removal services all over the Greater Toronto Area, give us a call and we’ll solve your bat problem for you humanely and safely.
Why choose us?
24 Hour Emergency Service. Minor Repairs to save you cost of hiring other contractors. Full inspection of property. Immediate and preventative offers with affordable pricing. Warranty on work done. Best humane bat removal services. Happy customers.
Same day or next day service
We understand the urgency to remove animals from your property. Our technicians are on call 24 hours a day to effectively provide coverage throughout the city. If we can’t make it to you the same night, we’ll give an arm and a leg to make it the next morning. Do you have a bat inside your home? You’ll be happy to meet our all hour emergency team anywhere in the Greater Toronto Area!
Our work is 100% Guaranteed
Our wildlife removal services always succeed. We are so confident in our work, material, and technicians that we offer a 2 year warranty on all our work! Watch our technicians find, explain, and solve your problem all in the same day. Were looking forward to assisting you anywhere in the Greater Toronto Area.
SIA Wildlife Control showed up to my home with a raccoon infestation on the same day i called, they installed their one way door system. They were informative and friendly i felt good paying for the service. At first i was skeptical of this type of work but the noises stopped after the next morning. Thanks a lot guys, wish you the best and thanks for the excellent service.
My squirrel problem drove me crazy! i couldn’t get any sleep for days.. I called around and found SIA Wildlife Control. They were very knowledgeable and found the hole very quick. I decided to protect my home and i didn’t hear anymore noises since. Thank you so much!
I called SIA Wildlife Control when my dog got sprayed, it was dark at night and i was ready to go to bed.. i had the worst night of my life. SIA showed up the next day, and they wildlife proof’d my deck, that’s where the skunk was staying the whole time i had no idea. I am glad i called, i haven’t had a problem since, keeping my fingers crossed. Thanks for the quick service!
City Animal Services
If you’ve found an animal in distress. Sick, injured, or orphaned please contact 311 and place a service request.