Every year, homes and businesses become susceptible to damage due to bird infestations. Birds often use a home or business as their living quarters which can lead to costly property damage. On top of that, birds can pose health concerns that can affect those living or visiting the home. Bird droppings, dead birds and nesting sites that are mite infested are all major concerns.
With health risks and property damage at play, home and business owners must learn proper bird control solutions. This will help to avoid any property damage as well as health issues in the future. The best way to do this is to look into bird control methods such as exclusion.
Birds such as sparrows, starlings, and pigeons are messy and can be quite pesky. Exclusion is the most effective way to control birds. A physical barrier is one option that will prevent birds from roosting comfortably within your property as well as creating nests. There are several methods you can try depending on the exact scenario – every home and business will be different. A professional wildlife technician who specializes in bird control can assist with this process.
Technians will neatly apply wildlife exclusion sealant to cracks and crevices to exclude smaller birds from entering attics and soffits. Large gaps between stone exteriors and soffit overhangs provide sparrows with ideal nesting sites. Skedaddle has worked closely with manufacturers to develop a silicone based sealant that keeps birds out and stands up to severe weather.
This wide net stops birds from roosting beneath awnings and overhangs. Pigeons, starlings and sparrows will flock below building overhangs in search of shelter. Professionally installed bird netting systems deny access and can be installed to fit any architectural design. Netting provides lasting protection from droppings in a discreet fashion.
You’ve probably seen these silver spikes before. They work to prevent birds from roosting on ledges, eavestroughs, beams, chimneys and much more. Bird spikes conspicuously and humanely eliminate roosting locations.
This exclusion tool is made of a discreet taut wire that is installed along any flat surface to prevent birds from landing. This product makes flat surfaces uncomfortable for birds to land on. Bird wire also won’t compromise architectural aesthetics.
This strong screen is used to prevent birds from accessing roof and wall vents. Starlings and sparrows easily gain access to unprotected vents. Screening a home’s venting structures prevents birds from nesting while allowing for proper air flow. Skedaddle’s screening won’t rust and stain your home.
These are just a few examples of bird exclusion methods that can be used in the home or business to prevent the infestation of birds. At Skedaddle Humane Wildlife Control, we offer these services and more to ensure you are not affected by pesky birds. Avoid health concerns as well as property damage by having our technicians install one of the above methods for you. Contact our office today to learn more about our bird removal and or control options.