Are you buildings plagued by the presence of unwelcome birds such as pigeons? If so, there’s no need to worry. Here at Total Bird Control, we are able to provide easy and effective bird control methods to make sure that unwanted birds leave your premises pristine and undisturbed. By introducing our simple bird proofing London techniques, you’ll be able to relax in the knowledge that there won’t be any unexpected mess due to arrival of local birds.
Many building owners may be exposed to some form of bird-related troubles, and with so many negative implications associated with their arrival, it’s no wonder that some need to introduce solid methods to eradicate the problem.
The frequent arrival and departure of birds can begin to cause significant damage to the buildings themselves over time. Due to the acid which is contained within the droppings of pigeons and gulls, erosion may begin to develop, as well as car paintwork which may begin to become affected.
There are several different techniques which we are able to implement into your building to provide a successful deterrent to birds, which include;
• Bird Capture
• Wiring Systems
• Scaring (with prey)
• Bird Netting
• Bird Spikes
• Pigeon Control
Proofing methods such as spikes are a brilliant solution for stopping birds from landing on the building, due to the unpleasant surface which they create. We are able to advise you on the most appropriate spikes for your premises, as they are available in a number of different sizes and strengths. Post and wire provide similar results, as the tensioned wires provide an effective barrier to prevent birds from landing. If your building is experiencing an influx of seagulls, we are also able to offer humane trapping programs to reduce the problem.
If your building or premises is being affected by birds and you would like to do something about it, we can help. For expert advice on the most effective bird proofing London methods for your environment, contact one of our specialist team by completing our online contact form, for further information.