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Bird Control

Bird infestations not only are a nuisance to homeowners and businesses, but they also post many internal problems for a location such as; health hazards, increased liability, and structural damage.

Pigeons are a common pest and are known to carry all types of dangerous transmittable diseases like Salmonella and histoplasmosis. Not to mention the fleas, ticks, lice, and mites they host. 

Their droppings can cause slippery walking conditions, increasing your risk of work-related accidents. You building exterior is also at risk. Bird droppings are corrosive and will eat away at building finishes causing costly repairs and additional maintenance.

Know that a few birds can eventually turn into infestations. Birds stick together and are very persistent once they settle in. Our Integrated Pest Management Specialists can help rid your home or business of a bird infestation safely and effectively – getting you back to your normal, daily routine.


 Bird Control Procedures can include:

  • A thorough inspection of the site to evaluate your bird problem and potential pest solutions.
  • Habitat modification that discourages birds from nesting or roosting on your property.
  • Ongoing monitoring of your property to maintain a pest free environment.

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