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When most people think of birds, they do not give much thought to the damage they leave in their paths. Like many animal species, birds are notorious for causing damage to residential and commercial roofing systems. Some of the most common bird species found in metropolis cities include the urban pigeon, sparrow, and starling. These bird species and others damage roofing systems through their fecal matter and nesting habits.
- Fecal contamination of equipment in manufacturing facilities
- Unappealing piles of bird droppings on sidewalks, rooftops, and other structures
- Clogged guttering systems due to nesting materials
- Foul odor
- Parasitic infestations
- Higher maintenance expenses
- Gutter, soffit, and eave damage
- The spread of salmonella, encephalitis, meningitis, and histoplasmosis
- Damage to brand integrity
What Is Bird Removal Service?
Bird removal is a complex process that requires a lot of manpower, equipment, time, and an effective strategy. It begins with the installation of barriers to deter birds from building nests along rooftops, eaves, gutters, downspouts, and drainage systems. Remaining pest birds, such as the sparrow, starling, and pigeon, are safely removed from building structures with nets and tarps. More human bird removal techniques involve scare tactics.
The birds will be relocated to undisclosed locations where they will be out of harm’s way. Once the birds are completely gone, it will be time to start cleaning up and making repairs. Installing barriers in problematic areas will eliminate future bird problems. Problem areas include:
- Window and roof ledges
- Neon signs
- Statues and outdoor décor
- Roof vents
- Loading docks
Our bird removal service is humane and environmental-friendly. We utilize tarps and nets to remove unwanted birds from commercial and residential buildings. Following the removal, we relocate the birds to undisclosed locations outside the city.
Why Bird Removal Is So Important?
Bird removal service can play a major role in cleaning up a city, suburb, town, municipality, and residential neighborhood. The service can be combined with bird deterrence methods to maximize the overall results. Installing barriers is the only way to deter birds from creating new nests in the most common problem areas. This is a combined effort that will not work unless the community is on board with the idea.