Bird Barriers

Birds such as swallows are protected under the law. Once they lay their eggs it is illegal to bother them. The only way to get rid of the swallows is by waiting until they migrate during the winter and remove the nest. Every time swallows set up camp you run risks of damage to property and health hazards. Swallow dropping will be visible all around the nest and down the side of the building. Birds are notorious for carrying diseases such as histoplasmosis, salmonella, meningitis, and other diseases in their feces.

Once the Birds migrate during winter the nest can be removed from its locations. Swallow nest are made mostly of mud therefore when the nest is finally able to be removed it usually leaves stains or defaces the surface area of the property. This leaves the property looking unsightly and unclean. Repairs on the damage can be extensive and costly. It is estimated that birds cost more than a million dollars in damage to homes and business’ every year.

The best way to deal with a bird nesting and perching problem is to prevent it. The purpose of the bird barrier is to keep birds from nesting on your property. The sounds of birds chirping right outside a property window can be an irritating noise to deal with especially if multiple birds begin to nest in one area.
Bird barriers are not only for keeping swallows away. Bird barriers protect business and homes from all types of birds including pigeons, seagulls, crows, and other types of wild feral.
The best news is that bird barrios can often be tailored to fit the needs of any property including homes, boats, and businesses!

Bird Control Spike

One of the systems used to keep birds from perching on ledges of buildings, street lights, and commercial signage is known as bird control spike. Some people also refer to them as bird roosting spike. This product is made up of small rod like spikes. The bird control spike deters the birds without killing them or even causing harm.
Bird control spikes are usually around a foot long each. They cover most of the surface area forcing the birds to land somewhere else. If a bird does come in contact with the spike it is more likely to be startled than hurt. The startled bird usually wards of other birds that are nearby. The Royal Society for the Protection of Birds (RSPB) recommends this form of bird control due to the fact that it’s a humane way to ward off unwanted birds.

Why deal with pesky birds invading areas of your property any longer? Costs of repairs due to bird damage is unnecessary and preventable. Bird barriers are the perfect solution. They’re humane, excellent at warding of birds, and they keep you from having to repair and pay out high costs for