Using Birdpoint solutions for bird control

Do I need a Bird Control System?

Find out, by answering the following two questions:

  • Are pigeons, crows, seagulls or other pest bird species becoming a nuisance to your commercial property?
  • Are these pest birds affecting the profits of your business?

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If you answered “yes” to one or both questions, then you need to consider the installation of a preventative bird control system; such as Birdpoint.

This pest bird deterrent system is one of the most result and cost-efficient methods on the market, used against a wide range of pest birds.

This prevention system is effective regarding results because the birds are unable to perch, roost or nest on the structure. It’s efficient because the system lasts for years, with little maintenance involved.

Keep in mind, that while population management is an essential tool when dealing with a resident feral pigeon flock; this alone offers only a short-term bird control solution when ideal perching, roosting and nesting locations remain present.

Birdpoint bird control prevention systems are considered one of the most humane proofing measures with the birds left unharmed by the spikes.

The trick is in choosing the correct size spike and location for the proofing installation; for the maximum protection against persistent flocks.

The Royal Society for the Protection of Birds (RSPB) approves this type of bird deterrent.

Birdpoint deterrent systems are versatile in that they can be fitted to virtually every part of a structure.

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Just be sure to identify the correct areas where the birds are most likely to perch, roost and nest; such as cornices, lights, chimneys, gutters, and even security cameras, among others.

Also, you should remember that just because there is fouling on a location, this does not mean that the resident birds are roosting there – they may be roosting above!

Birdpoint bird control prevention systems are by no means the only proofing measure on the market, you could also consider a spring wire system, bird netting, and even more modern methods such as bird gel. Professional advice for your problem is always recommended.

For further information on keeping pest birds under control, and investing in quality deterrents that are guaranteed, call Safeguard Pest Control on 0800 328 4931

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