Bird Deterrents & Protective Nets

Say goodbye to pesky birds with our effective bird deterrent solutions. Protect your property and keep birds away. Contact us for more information.

Why is important to stop pigeons?

It’s important to stop pigeons nesting in our houses and under solar panels because they can cause a range of problems. Pigeon droppings can damage roofs, gutters and solar panels, leading to costly repairs. Pigeons can also carry diseases and parasites that can be harmful to humans and pets. 

In addition, nesting pigeons can attract other pests, such as mites and fleas. Preventing pigeons from nesting in these areas can protect your property and promote a healthy living environment.

How we can help?

We offer guarantee pigeon prevention. Our team has all the expertise needed. The latest technique, known as net proofing, is now the most effectively technique and is used extensively.

Here are the general steps involved in installing bird deterrent netting to prevent pigeons from nesting in properties:

  1. Assessment: The first step is to assess the area where the bird netting will be installed. This will help to determine the appropriate size and type of netting needed.
  2. Preparation: The area should be cleared of any debris or obstacles, and any existing nests or droppings should be removed. This will ensure a clean and even surface for the netting.
  3. Installation: The netting is then installed over the area using clips, brackets, or hooks. It’s important to ensure that the netting is securely fastened and taut to prevent birds from getting underneath.
  4. Sealing: Any gaps or openings around the edges of the netting should be sealed to prevent birds from finding a way through. This can be done using silicone sealant or bird exclusion strips.
  5. Inspection: The netting should be inspected regularly to ensure that it remains secure and effective. Any damage or signs of wear should be repaired or replaced as needed

Frequently Asked Questions

As every project is different and it has its own needs, please contact us for a free estimate.

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