Bird and Nest Removal from Vents and Homes
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Although mesmerizing to watch outside while sitting on a park bench, you probably aren’t a fan of having a bird in your home. When birds find their way into the house or building, the risk for a number of different types of problems arise. Call SOS Wildlife Control Incorporated to help you get rid of of birds humanely, effectively and efficiently.
Risks of having birds on your property
- Messes made from nests
- Damage to your electrical cords
- Fire hazards
- Bird Mite Infestation
- Chimney, Vent blockages
- Nuisance noises
- Health risks
- Droppings left in and around property
What SOS Wildlife Control Incorporated can do for you
SOS Wildlife Control Incorporated provides exceptional bird control services for your home, your workplace and more. We understand the nuisance in having a bird loose in the building, and we know the best methods solving it. Our technicians have years of experience when it comes to bird removal and bird prevention services. There are a number of hazards involved in having birds in your home, and we ensure that these are all taken care of in a professional, humane, efficient and effective manner.
SOS Wildlife Control Incorporated provides the following services and more
- Bird removal
- Bird Nest Removal
- Bird control
- Bird Prevention
Call 1.800.981.0330 for a full list on more information on our bird removal services
Bird Removal and Prevention Methods
The most common practice for bird removal and bird control in the wildlife control field is to use deterrents to rid bird problems. Through experience the only effective solutions are deterrents like bird spikes, netting, scare devices, shock tracks and trapping. The most common tactic used is bird spikes.
Bird spikes are installed upon flat services where the birds nest, example ledges and signs. Spikes are the most common tactic used for bird removal as they are durable and effective. The spikes don’t hurt the bird but make it impossible for them to land. Even though they may be an eye sore they are better than unsightly and unsanitary bird feces. Bird spikes are attached using a very strong adhesive so they are durable. Each spike strip can range from 3 inches to 7 inches depending on the area to be covered.
Bird netting is used to exclude birds from much larger areas such as balconies or parking garages. Bird netting is extremely durable and can be expected to last many years. A stainless steel cable is attached around the perimeter of the area to be excluded and the net is attached using small steel rings. It is a permanent solution providing excellent control.
Shock track is a discreet bird control deterrent system that has the advantage of deterring all species of birds. It employees an intermittent electric pulse which while unpleasant, does not injure birds in any way. The track is less than an inch in height so it is excellent in areas where aesthetics are important.
Using the one-way door is our standard preferred method as trapping and removing is not a permanent solution. One way doors are specially designed doors which allow the animal to exit the property and not re-enter
Birds are usually classified as pests when they make their nests people’s properties They tend to foul everything they land on with their droppings, which may lead to health hazards. Therefore, there is the need to remove them from our homes without causing harm to them. In Ontario most birds, including their nests and eggs are protected under law – The Migratory Bird Treaty. However there are three birds indigenous to North America that are considered nuisance pests and are not protected under law. They are the Sparrow, Starling and Pigeon. They are over populated in Toronto and the GTA, however they must be humanely removed.
- Bird droppings pose a serious health hazard. Spores and bacteria present in bird dropping are released into the air. Inhaling these spores can lead to lung condition, salmonella, E.colis or even meningitis.
- Bird nests can have bird mites, fleas, ticks and lice.