It’s easy to forget how common bats are in properties across Canada. Vancouver is no different. While we may not typically come across them during the day, bats are extremely common, with 16 different species in BC that soar through the night, feeding on insects and coming back home to sleep.
If they were limited to only the outdoors, bats would be one of our favorite animals. But bats have a tendency to come problematically close to homes and commercial properties, in some cases living inside of attics, crawl spaces, and other parts of the building and leading to all sorts of problematic issues.
Local Pest is a humane pest control service in Vancouver, serving properties throughout British Columbia and offering bat removal and control services to any property that needs it. To learn more, fill out the form below or contact us today to get started.
Why Humane Bat and Wildlife Control in Vancouver, BC?
Bats are a critical part of the ecosystem. They’re also at risk due to disease, loss of habitat, usage of certain types of pesticides, and human extermination. It is in the best interests of Vancouver to keep as many bats alive and healthy as possible. We have a registered professional biologist, and his main interest is in bat’s habitat, conservation and their interaction with humans. With more than 5 years of experience working as a wildlife biologist, he knows how important is for our environment.
But when they come onto your property, they may also bring disease, damage, and other risks. That is why humane pest control is the solution. Our Vancouver bat control services offer:
We provide these bat removal services for both homes and businesses, and in some cases we can come quickly in the event of a more significant bat emergency.
Bats are a pest control company’s friend in the animal kingdom, but inside the home they bring histoplasmosis, rabies, bacterial infections, and many other diseases.
Bats are one of the many wildlife control services we offer here at Local Pest. For more information, please contact our team today.