Health and Safety Implications for Businesses – Bird Control

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Birds that congregate in large numbers on your business premises and become a general pest can cause you quite a few health and safety implications which you should aim to address as soon as you can. For example: Birds can cause serious damage to the fabric of your commercial building and their droppings can create… Read more »

Is Bird Nesting Impacting on your Business?

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February and March is prime time for bird nesting and once birds are established in your commercial building then they can be difficult to get rid of. Nesting birds can cause structural damage to roofing, block your ventilation system, cause problems with your gutters and drainage system and create an unsightly and potentially hazardous mess… Read more »

Bird Problems faced in City Areas

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Bird problems in urban areas are a common occurrence and the amount of damage they can cause, public health and safety issues they create and cleaning and maintenance costs they generate can be a big problem. Typical problems can be associated with urban gull and feral pigeon populations. These have increased significantly over the years… Read more »

Humane Bird Control Methods – Bird Trapping

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The use of bird traps can be an excellent solution for short-term bird population reduction when used correctly and legally. It can be a controversial subject but in the hands of bird control specialists it is definitely a humane bird control method that is fully compliant with the bird control law. The main function of… Read more »

Bird Problems on my Balcony, what do I do?

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If you live in a property that has a balcony or work in a commercial premises with one, then having problem birds like pigeons or seagulls consistently perching on your balcony can be a real nuisance. If left unattended, they can cause quite a bit of damage and worse still, they may even decide to… Read more »

Bird Control Measures for Healthy Environment

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Total Bird Control offers a preventive measures for bird damage to the surroundings. Bird control measures include bird netting, bird Spikes and bird trapping to resolve bird problems. Hire the qualified professionals for a human control measure. For more information, Call or visit us online.

How does Bird Netting Work

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Birds such as pigeons, seagulls and crows can be a big nuisance when they gather in large numbers. They can create lots of mess, cause damage, carry mites and other bacteria not to mention the noise they make! A good way of combating this problem is through bird netting. Bird netting is made from nylon… Read more »

Why Bird Spikes are the Best Medicine for Bird Pests

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If birds are causing a pest to your home or commercial property then there are few better deterrents than bird spikes. You can use bird spikes on roofs, gutters, ledges, walls and even on top of CCTV cameras – basically anywhere that birds like to congregate! Not only that, they also get the Royal seal… Read more »

What does bird trapping involve?

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Bird trapping can be a controversial subject and whilst we utterly condemn any form of illegal bird trapping, the use of bird traps can be an excellent solution for short-term population reduction when used correctly and legally. Bird traps are available in a wide range of designs and can be tailored to specific species such… Read more »

How to deal with Seagull Problems

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As more and more seagulls move into towns and cities the capacity for them to cause a nuisance increases. The main reason that seagulls gravitate towards built-up areas is because there is a ready supply of litter and household refuse that they can take advantage of which enables them to feed and rear their young…. Read more »