Bat Control & Removal
Detecting the presence of bats
Bats seem quite large when they are in flight due to their wingspan. However, they only weigh 8 g. Bats emit ultrasounds while moving. Those emitted by most species are inaudible to the human ear. However, you can hear the sound of their wings when they are in flight. Since bats often live in colonies, the movement of the group is very noisy. In addition, you can usually identify the presence of bats when you see or smell their droppings covering the walls. They often invade attics, barns, garden sheds, garages, and ledges—all places from which a bat control pro can remove them.
Prevent damage with bat control
A gregarious species, bats often travel in colonies. The damage that they cause is therefore more extensive. The presence of droppings and urine in attics, on the walls, or on the ground is among the most notable inconveniences. If you want to stop this now, you better to contact our bat control team. These give off a foul odour and may contain a fungus (Histoplasma capsulatum) that’s harmful to our health. Bats attract or transport parasites, such as bed bugs, ticks, and flies, which can infest your home. As they may also carry rabies, it’s preferable to ask a bat control pro for help to get rid of them. This virus is contained in their saliva and could be transmitted to you through a simple bite.
Bat control qualified interventions
Although bats leave for warmer places in the fall, you should contact a bat control quickly if they have invaded your home. Don’t put your health at risk by accepting their presence. Contact a bat control specialist from ExterminaPro, who will come to your home to help you get rid of these pests.