Capture, relocation, caulking and decontamination of bats
Did you know that, of all the wild animals affected with rabies, bats have caused the most human deaths in North America in recent decades? The rabies virus can be transmitted by bite, or scratch. It can also be transmitted if the eyes, mouth or nose come in contact with secretions from an open wound on the animal, or if persons themselves have a sore that comes in contact with the saliva of the infected bat. Once transmitted, the virus travels to the brain and reaches the nervous system, causing inevitable death.
We respect the appropriate regulations, since several laws protect animals and require their relocation rather than their extermination.
Other types of extermination
In an hour, a brown bat can capture up to 600 insects!
The largest bat species is found in Malaysia and can weigh up to 2 lbs and can have a wingspan of up to 2 meters!
Bat exterminator on the south shore of montreal
Obviously, not all bats are rabid! But as soon as a bat (or more of them) is found in your house, attic, garage or other building, contact a bat exterminator on the South Shore of Montreal. Get out of the building, attic or room where the bat is located immediately, so as not to expose yourself to potential danger
Let us handle the situation and capture the bats for you. We will make sure to relocate it in the forest, very far from your home. We will find its nest and will be able to relocate the babies with the mother. We will inspect the house, attic, garage or other buildings for other bats (if there are any). We can also, if desired, perform the decontamination of the attic and surfaces.
Learning more about the bat will allow you to better understand its dangerousness. As a bat exterminator on the South Shore of Montreal, we know how to locate and catch this animal safely. We are well aware of its reactions and what baits, traps and methods to use to capture a bat.
Here is some useful information about bats:
bats are flying mammals (the only ones in the world!). There are 8 species in the province, all with different colored fur and different shaped ears
In October, bats hibernate or migrate south, depending on the species. They can hibernate in attics, in house walls, barns, sheds or as well as garages. Once a month, they wake up to wash and drink. In the past decade, a disease called white-nose syndrome has appeared in bats and causes them to wake up from hibernation more often than they should. Waking up from hibernation too often requires a lot of energy and decimates bat populations. This is why the bat is a protected species and cannot be exterminated.
Bats are nocturnal animals. They therefore hunt insects at night. They can also feed on fruits.
Bats mate in the fall and winter. However, ovulation and fertilization take place the following spring. Litters are one to four young, depending on the species. The little one can fly after 3 weeks.
A bat exterminator on the South Shore of Montreal must know the habits of these animals to better manage to capture the bat quickly and safely.
Contact a bat exterminator on the South Shore of Montreal who can capture them and relocate them to their natural environment. Our company holds all the permits, licenses and insurance necessary to capture a bat or numerous bats. In addition, we have a license from the Régie du Bâtiment du Québec (RBQ: 5734-75930-01) as well as from the CNESST to carry out caulking work. We are also protected by comprehensive liability insurance.
Contact us to benefit from the services of a bat exterminator on the South Shore of Montreal, to capture the bat and relocate it in the forest. 514-666-6682
To have an efficient bat exterminator service in your home, whether for capture, relocation or caulking your home against bats.