Nest and Carcass Removal
Apart from the obvious mess and noise that they make at the nesting site, bird nests can actually cause more harm than you can imagine. Here's some of the risks of having nests on your property.
what are the risks of birds nesting in your homes?
1. Disease Carriers
Bird droppings can carry many pathogens that are harmful to humans. For example, dried bird droppings may carry Salmonellosis, a disease that can be transmitted through your air conditioners when birds are near your aircon systems.
Droppings, debris and dead baby chicks can also cause problems and require regular clean ups as they attract several parasites such as mites, ticks, maggots and more.
2. Causes Property Damage and other Hazards
Bird droppings can corrode metal and concrete, causing permenant damage to your building property. Their feathers or other debris used for their nests can also clog drains and gutters or pose as a fire hazard.
Our team of bird control experts are able to help with the removal of nests and professional clean of the nesting site, leaving your home spotless and cleaner than it ever used to be. How do we do it? Our team uses a powerful yet safe disinfectant, F10, a non-irritant, non-toxic and non corresive disinfectant that can put your mind at ease. It is even safe for kids and pets!
found an unwanted
squatter in your home?
how to prevent nesting on your property?
The best way to keep them away is to prevent them from nesting in the first place. Some of the ways you can do this are:
- Eliminate Food Sources. Birds often nest near homes as they provide ample food recources. Make sure to clean up any food scraps regularly and keep your trash in a tightly sealed bin.
- Bird proof your area. Bird proofing is the most effective as it prevents bird from entering the area. But not all methods are the same. Some birds are smarter than you think and require professional proofing methods to ensure that they aren't able to enter.
Consult us today and be rest assured with our bird free warranty. If the birds are back, so will we.