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Birds can be a nuisance to any property owner, tenant or building user causing unwanted noise and mess. They can also be a potential health risk if the problem is left unattended. We have our unique methodology to ensure that you get the best solution for your situation. For more information please call 0333 567 2014
BRIEF – we want to really understand the outcome you required and the budget you have.
Here we get down and dirty with the problem, visiting the site and taking photos and measurements. We need to really understand what is the cause of the problem and what would be the best solution.
We offer a complete value-for-money service using a number of safe, tried and tested bird control techniques. We offer an end to end solution including removing the birds, proofing and then a full clean-up of the area including applying a biocide to avoid the risk of disease.
We will always look to remove birds without harm in the first instance.
Pigeon and bird droppings (“guano” the proper terminology) is actually categorized as toxic waste and needs to be disposed of accordingly.
Birds love buildings and property structures as they provide shelter and quite often a good food source. Bird proofing provides a great solution to make sure any problems are a thing of the past but birds are crafty creatures and if you leave a weak spot they will find a way in. That’s why it must be done right and maintained properly.
There are several signs of a bird infestation:
Without treatment, the risks to you can accumulate and severely impact on the perception of the property / building with…
For your free onsite bird control quotation, please call 07483 250924.
Assess<br /> Identify and Assess: The risk is mainly during refurbishment, building maintenance or demolition work. It is highest where there has been significant contamination.</p> <p>Control<br /> Prevent: Eliminate / limit contact with bird droppings where possible. .
Proofing can be used effectively with the herring gull. The gulls commonly nest on roof-tops, where their noise and swooping at people can be a nuisance. Proofing the site before the gulls return in spring can prevent this problem from happening again.</p> <p>Netting and spikes can also be used very effectively to prevent pigeons nesting or roosting.
The pigeon droppings and nesting materials accumulate and end up causing serious damage when nothing is done. Pigeon droppings as with most bird droppings naturally have high acid content. They effectively wear most roofing materials in buildings when left to accumulate, resulting to leaks.
Histoplasmosis is a respiratory disease that may be fatal. It results from a fungus growing in dried bird droppings. It is a dimorphic fungus that can be either in yeast form or in filamentous form. ... Cryptococcosis is caused by yeast found in the intestinal tract of pigeons
Histoplasmosis is a respiratory disease that may be fatal. It results from a fungus growing in dried bird droppings. It is a dimorphic fungus that can be either in yeast form or in filamentous form. ... Cryptococcosis is caused by yeast found in the intestinal tract of pigeons.
Cryptococcosis is a fungus whose spores can be found in soil contaminated with pigeon droppings. ... Histoplasmosis is a fungal disease that is spread to people when they breathe in dust from pigeon or bat droppings. Birds do not get sick from exposure to histoplasmosis. Very few people become infected with histoplasmosis.