Are Bats Taking Over Your Space?

Are Bats Taking Over Your Space?

Humane Bat Removal Aurora

Bat Control Aurora offers our customers comprehensive solutions that are executed by professional licensed insured bat removal specialists that have been in the field for years. Our technicians have all the necessary equipment available to make the removal process as seamless as possible while following industry and federal guidelines concerning the removal of bats in your area. Bat Control Aurora guarantees absolute humane treatment of the bats that are set to be removed and excluded from the property. We will in no way during and after the removal and exclusion process harm the wildlife animal. Call Bat Control Aurora now for a free consultation and to schedule an appointment to rid your property of bats once and for all!

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Bats prefer secluded dark spaces, and this is one of the reasons why attics are a popular destination in houses. They can infiltrate spaces through holes as small as a quarter. The other reason why attics are a perfect place for bats to settle is that the bat has a liking to stable temperatures and can shelter from the elements in cases of extreme heat or extreme cold.

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Bats often find themselves between wall cavities. It is especially true for younger bats who can get trapped between the walls. Professional bat removal technicians need to
get involved to reach the bat while making sure it does not harm it. They can be found in between attic walls as well.

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Ventilation pipes are often an overlooked entry-point when it comes to all types of wildlife animals, especially, bats. Pipes are often exposed to the outside and thus offer a very easy access point to the flying creatures. Not only do pipes pose a threat, but also vents that are placed around your property such as wall vents but also chimneys. Special equipment is needed to access these places and to safely remove the bats.

Low Profile Exclusion Work for Bats

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When it comes to protected wildlife animals such as bats, we take the time and precautions needed to remove them according to provincial guidelines and measures. We assure you that our exclusion work can stand the test of time at an affordable price. See a few of our examples and let our work speak for us.

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To understand the situation that our customers are in, we conduct an exterior inspection as well as an interior inspection when needed. This allows us to determine the exact location of the entry points that the bats use to get inside the property and effectively seal it. In most cases, bats will use one entry point to enter and exit the property. The technician will also make notes of additional weak points and will relay this information to the homeowner.

The Bat Cone

The technician will seal all the other entry points located during the initial inspection. After the main entry point is located, the technician will mount a cone-like device angled at a downward angle. Once the bat passes through the cone, it makes it impossible for the bat to re-enter due to the hard plastic material. The bat will then leave the area for good.


After it is determined that the bats vacated the property, the technicians will begin with the last step in the process, the exclusion. The One-Way-Door will be removed and the entry point will be sealed with flashing made out of enforced aluminum plates. This prevents other wildlife animals such as raccoons or squirrels from coming in and taking advantage of the weak spot.

Big Brown Bat

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The Big Brown Bat is a protected species in Ontario. They can be recognized by their golden- brown fur, black wings, their short snout, and their pointy long ears. They grow up to about 13cm in length. They eat a steady diet of mostly insects like mealworms, cockroaches, beetles, and flies. The Big Brown Bat is a nocturnal creature meaning that it is inactive during the day and active during the night. One of the signs during nighttime can be rustles, screeches, and thumps indicating that they are active. The bats are often found in colonies and generally pose no threat. They hibernate during the colder months in the winter and give birth around spring. It is important to note that they cannot be removed from homes during specific times of the month. Call our customer service for more information.

Small Brown Bat

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Just like its other counterpart, the Small Brown Bat is also a protected bat species in Ontario thus has certain limitations as to how and when to remove it. The Small Brown Bat can be recognized by its short snout golden, brown-reddish fur, black wings, and pointy long ears just like the Big Brown Bat. Although very similar in appearance, the Small Brown Bat just as the name implies is smaller in size and can measure up to 9 cm in length. It is also nocturnal and survives on a diet of various insects as well.

The Problem With Bats

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Bat Odour

Bats are not so pleasant animals to have around. They are for the most part quite calm when
not agitated, but they have a reputation to turn any space that they live in into a true cesspool teeming with all sorts of bacteria and diseases. When you have bats, you do not need to see
them know they’re there, you can smell them from afar. They’re infamous for their rancid smells being a mixture of bat poop and urine. When you have bats removed make sure the
the smell goes away too!

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Property Damage

Bats are incredibly destructive animals that can force homeowners to spend thousands of
dollars on repair and restoration. In severe cases entire insolation needs to be replaced and
reinstalled and floors have to be replaced again. Bat poop and urine can be incredibly corrosive
which speeds up the devastating process. The earlier you can get bats removed the better for
your wallet.

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Health Concerns

Bats are capable of transferring rabies and are deemed a vector species of disease. This is because they carry these diseases which they can pass on without showing symptoms themselves. Make sure not to enter the space where you think the bats are. They may be provoked and will attack to defend their territory

Bat Concerns

Bats are wild animals and must be treated as a threat to safety. Do not attempt to remove them yourself and always keep a distance. They can transmit rabies. Properties that were occupied by bats must be sanitized to curb the possible spread of disease.

Bat Removal FAQ

How Much Does Bat Removal Cost?

Bat removal usually costs about $300 to $400. This includes a detailed inspection of the exterior of your property as well as the installation of the one-way door. Pest-proofing starts at $30 per linear foot. Pricing varies according to the scope and difficulty of the job.

What does Your Warranty Cover?

Our warranty covers the labor and materials involved in the exclusion performed. If an animal breaches our work within the warranty period, a technician will come back and fix the problem at no additional cost. This is a comprehensive warranty.

Do You Trap Bats?

No, we do not trap bats. Harming bats is an offense as they are a protected species in Ontario. We can only take action at specific times of the year. We strongly advise against taking action yourself. Always call a bat removal specialist for safe and quick removal.

What To Do With A Bat in The House?

If you have any suspicions of a bat in your house, do not approach the area or the bats to inspect. Keep children and pets away from the area where you think they are. If they are in an enclosed space with a door or window, do not open the door or the window. This may cause the bats stress and cause unexpected reactions. Instead, call 647-931-6459 a bat removal specialist company right away. You can call us at right away and we will send someone over to help.

When Do Bats Have Babies?

Bats usually have babies in the springtime from May to July-August. During this time, we cannot remove them. We cannot also remove them during the rainy season during the winter. Babies should never be removed without a specialist. Always consult a bat removal company for consultation.

Do You Only Provide Services for Bats?

We provide services for bats, skunks, raccoons, rats, and other wildlife in which we can use the one-way door. The technique is the same and our pest-proofing works against all wildlife. If another species is identified at the time of inspection, we can help you out.

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Bats in Aurora

Bats are incredibly useful animals when it comes to the eco-systems of local flora and fauna and thus are protected in Ontario. The most common species of bats that people often find in and around their properties are the Big Brown Bat and the Small Brown Bat. These two species of bats belong to the “Specially Protected Mammals in Ontario” along with the Eastern Pipistrelle Bat, Hoary Bat, Least (Small-footed) Bat, Northern Long-eared Bat, Red Bat, and the Silver-haired Bat.

The Small Brown Bat is special considering that it is classified as an endangered species under Schedule 1 of the Species at Risk Act. Even though bats are relatively harmless animals, they are still wild animals. Their behavior can be unpredictable at all times.  Bats often fly into attics and will damage your property. To make sure you and your loved ones are safe at all times, make sure to call a bat removal specialist that has the right tools and knowledge to take care of your bat problem right away! Call the bat removal experts at Bat Control Specialists to book an appointment and for a free consultation!

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