March 15, 2019
As anyone who's ever owned or leased a large building can tell you, birds can be a major problem to the aesthetics of a roof. But the problems from pigeons and other airborne pests go far beyond just appearances. Besides looking ugly, bird droppings can do real damage to a roof's materials, and they carry several kinds of diseases, representing a danger to the public. That's why many businesses decide to invest in bird spikes. Bird spikes are a simple, inexpensive option that keeps pigeons and other larger winged pests from finding any space to land, preventing them from either nesting on the roof or finding a place to leave their droppings.
September 28, 2018
Assessing the problem of pest birds involves a wide and comprehensive set of factors. It is important that you get as much information as possible to create a comprehensive quote for your customer. Be sure to include the following in your bird problem job assessment.
May 30, 2018
Birds like pigeons and gulls love to land on your roof, A.C. units, boat and other areas and make them their home. A great way to keep bird away from your property is to install bird spiders.
March 17, 2018
The Swallows Are Coming. Are You Prepared? The swallows are on their way, looking for places to roost and nest for Spring. Will they choose your building? They will if you're not prepared to deter them with effective bird control measures. Swallows like to build their nests in colonies, swallows will leave an unattractive patchwork of mud nests on your building. With that comes all the natural bird debris-- feathers, droppings eggshells--the detritus that attracts insects and other pests. Keep in mind that swallow droppings (or most any bird droppings for that matter) carry diseases that can infect humans. When swallow nests eventually drop to the ground, the bugs, fleas, ticks and mites harboring inside can create an awful mess that you'll be forced to clean up. So, what can you do?
October 26, 2017
Are woodpeckers causing damage to your property? When woodpeckers target a house or property, they will drill relentlessly either in search of food or as a mating call to attract a mate. Woodpecker house damage is unsightly and is an unnecessary expense that can be avoided altogether.
August 31, 2017