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Bird and Pigeon Netting
If you suspect that you have a bird infestation on your property, you might be anxious to understand the damage they can cause and how you might prevent it. Bird and pigeon netting is one highly successful method of preventing damage to your property that also offers a discreet and reliable way of keeping birds away. If you have noticed any of the classic bird infestation signs such as; numbers of birds sitting on roofs or ledges, continuous bird noises, nesting debris around your property, excessive bird droppings or feathers littered around, give us a call, and we can discuss methods of bird proofing with you.
Although birds are beautiful creatures that can cause delight by their presence, their presence in numbers can irritate and cause huge problems. Bird faeces, for instance, can cause health issues such as histoplasmosis and cryptococcosis. You certainly don't want to risk being exposed to faeces by an out of control number of birds on your property. Bird droppings can also cause damage to your property as well as look unsightly.
If the problems associated with their faeces isn't enough, there is also the fact that birds nesting on your property can also lead to an insect infestation as bugs are often attracted to nest and roosting sites. You might also need to consider the issue of aggressiveness from birds, particularly if they are nesting on your property, as they may attack to protect their young. You may also have fruit or vegetables growing in your garden that you want to save for your consumption, rather than being a food source for the local birds.
Bird netting is a highly reliable method of bird proofing your property without harming any birds. Bird netting is made of nylon and is fixed to a pre-tensioned wire rope frame. This creates a strong network that is virtually impenetrable to birds and pigeons. They are also problematic for birds to land or perch on, giving you the option to protect any parts of your property that you deem necessary from the risks associated with birds congregating. In essence, bird nets stop birds from entering any areas you do not want them to be.
When considering bird control, you might be concerned about protecting the aesthetics of your property, as we often think of barriers and netting as being ugly. With bird and pigeon netting, however, you can maintain the appearance of your property as the nets are incredibly discreet. Indeed they cannot be seen at all from a distance. Furthermore, the traps themselves will also retain their good appearance as the components and fittings are made from stainless steel, which is guaranteed to remain to look good for a long time.
Bird netting is also a very affordable method of protecting your property from congregating birds. The nets themselves are very reasonably priced and, once they are installed, require no further investment. They do not need a power source. There are no electricity costs to take into consideration. The nets do the job of keeping birds away from your property by being there.
Netting can also protect hard to reach places such as alcoves, balconies or recesses. Indeed, these places can be tough to protect using other methods. Bird netting is also very successful when used on various public buildings, such as stadiums, bridges or underpasses, covering both the building and the public from the danger that excessive numbers of birds can pose.
If you do have a bird control problem, you must contact the experts. Not only can we offer advice regarding how to deal with bird proofing humanely and how to install bird control netting efficiently, but we can also ensure that you do not break any laws regarding harming birds, who are often protected by legislation. We are experts in installing bird and pigeon netting and know where to place it so that it remains inconspicuous, retains the aesthetics of your property and has the maximum impact in protecting you from the damage that birds can cause. So give us a call today if you suspect that you have a bird infestation problem, and we can discuss your options.