Providing bird control in Nottingham
Bird control advice and solutions are available from the Total Bird Control Nottingham team, which also includes removal and prevention methods for seagulls and pigeons.
Free quotations and site surveys are provided and as part of The Busters Group, a national company, you can trust in the effectiveness of our bird control measures.
City centres such as Nottingham and the surrounding areas suffer regularly from the negative effects caused by large bird populations – multiple buildings and plentiful food make urban life an easy one for birds.
The Total Bird Control Nottingham office has a range of bird control solutions that can be implemented immediately to your home, place of work or land – our services include:
- National Bird Control Solutions
- No Obligation Surveys and Quotes
- Bird and Pigeon Control
- Site Risk Assessments and Method Statements
- Fail-safe and Insured Work
Bird netting solutions in Nottingham
Due to British law protecting birds and their eggs (including pest birds such as pigeons and seagulls) the bird control methods we use are always humane. The Total Bird Control team in Nottingham use preventative methods such as scarers and spikes, and removal solutions such as bird trapping and pigeon netting.
Leaving bird control unaddressed can cause problems quickly, especially in city areas like Nottingham because the birds will breed rapidly. This can lead to heavy costs if damage is caused to buildings and hygiene problems become known.
Take charge now and control the problems associated with bird pests
Diseases such as E. Coli, Salmonella and Ornithosis can originate from, and be further spread by, untreated bird excrement.
Bird related insects including lice, ticks, mites and fleas, can infest areas with numerous bird nests – used or abandoned.
Corrosion and damage to buildings:
The acid erosion caused by bird poop can cause irreversible damage to buildings, whether stone or wood, along with the paintwork of exterior metal structures, and in particular, motor vehicles.
People are prone to slipping on bird droppings, especially if the atmosphere and ground they are walking on is damp.
Contamination and fouling:
Water sources can be contaminated by bird pests, which in turn contribute to the spread of disease. This is more noticeable in the workplace since the popularity of air conditioning, and also businesses and homes that collect rainwater.
Bird nests, feathers and droppings can block drains, gutters or pipes and cause water flooding, overflow or leakage. Subsequently this could cause more damage to roofing and building windows, doors and walls.
Birds nesting in the roofs of building and enclosed spaces can be noisy, which is a problem twenty-four hours a day.
Loss of company reputation:
A multitude of pest birds can be detrimental to staff and customers. Flapping, noisy and messy birds can be off-putting and may even lead to complaints or loss of valuable employees and customers.
The Food Safety Act 1990 conveys the power for fines to be issued if Health & Safety breaches occur – particularly from bird droppings, nests and associated activity if found in close proximity to food storage, preparation, eating and waste areas.
Total Bird Control Solutions
Don’t let the problems of bird pests concern you; several bird control methods are available:
Bird spikes are obtainable in a range of sizes to combat different types of birds. Spikes are drilled or glued to the areas where birds roost and perch to prevent them from landing and are a highly effective bird proofing method.
Pigeon spikes are similar to standard bird spikes but are stronger and larger, designed specifically for the larger size of a pigeon.
The Royal Society for the Protection of Birds(RSPB) recommends bird spikes as a bird control measure because they are humane and easy to use.
Bird control in Nottingham
The Total Bird Control Nottingham office cover the North East and our expert team will visit your place of work or home to conduct a site survey and discuss bird removal or proofing methods available to you.
The area of Nottingham
Nottingham has a population of over 320,000 and is the ninth largest city in the UK.
Well known for the tales of Robin Hood, modern Nottingham has excellent transport links and is also linked to lace making, bicycle production and tobacco.