We start by performing a comprehensive inspection of your home and use hands-on techniques to humanely remove unwanted home guests.
We identify potential points of entry and secure them to prevent future infestation. We offer a lifetime guarantee against re-entry on any serviced areas.
When I called to book an inspection, I was given a quick booking time. James M came within the window of time, called ahead and was professional upon arrival. He was able to assess the property and give me a plan of action! He was able to provide great solutions to the problem! I would recommend!
If the thought of a bat in your home sends shivers up your spine, you are not alone! The story of Dracula created an urban myth of blood-thirsty creatures mercilessly preying on humans that persists in our collective psyche. The fact that people often only see the silhouettes of bats darting about at night doesn’t help. These mammals, however, do not deserve the reputation they’ve acquired. They are not aggressive, prefer to eat insects and are more efficient at flying than birds. Even so, having bats set up residence in your home is not desirable. Getting rid of them on your own is not recommended and killing them is against the law. The skilled technicians at Skedaddle Woodbridge can remove any bats in your home safely and humanely.
Ontario is home to eight species of bat, all of which are insectivores. Two of these species migrate, but the remaining six are year-round residents. In the winter, these animals hibernate in trees, caves, mines and, potentially, in your attic. During the warmer months of the year, bats conduct most of their activities in the dark of the night and sleep away the daylight hours.
More than 1,400 bat species have been identified around the world, and they live in almost every type of ecosystem except for the polar regions and extreme desert environments.
The reason bats are so good at flying is due to the structure of their wings. The bones in their wings are the same bones humans have in their hands and arms, and a thin membrane stretches across these bones and connects to the body. This gives these animals a great deal of maneuverability in flight.
Bats carry rabies and can transmit other diseases through their feces and urine. Handling bats without proper training and expertise is a risky endeavour, so it is best to leave the task to the experts.
Bracken Cave, near San Antonio, Texas, hosts the largest bat colony in the world. This dwelling is home to more than 20 million Mexican free-tailed bats.