Birds can access any part of your home or property from the sky, which means keeping birds away seems like an impossible task. Fortunately, there are still steps you can take to make your property less appealing, and encourage the birds to roost or nest somewhere else.
Most residences face a lot of wear and tear throughout the seasons, particularly during the winter when harsh temperatures cause materials on our homes to expand and contract. One of the best ways homeowner’s can keep birds off their property is to repair the damaged areas on a roof line or siding that birds may use to their advantage. Birds love to fill eavestroughs with dry materials to build their nests. Take the time to clean out any built up leaves or debris in your eavestroughs to make the area less inviting.
When it comes to keeping birds away from your property, one of the most important steps is removing food sources and materials they would use to build a nest. An overflowing garden and tall grass is an inviting sanctuary for birds where they can find food and shelter. By taking the following steps below, you will be able to
So, you’ve taken all the steps you possibly can, and the birds are still overstaying their welcome. Not to worry, Skedaddle is here to help. Skedaddle knows how important it is to protect your home from future unwanted guests. When it comes to dealing with messy pigeons, starlings and sparrows, exclusion is the most effective control method. Our technicians develop and implement customized bird control measures to protect homes and property. Some of the most common exclusion products or technicians use are:
Our technicians will be able to create a customized plan that best suits your properties layout. Depending on the situation, our technicians will select the perfect method of exclusion that prevents birds from landing comfortably. Once we are done with the job, the birds will have no choice but to fly to a new home. To learn more about our bird removal services, and how we can protect your property call 1-888-592-0387!