The negative implications of the presence of wildlife in the built environment often requires mitigation measures to limit aesthetic and structural damage to building fabric. Pest control also addresses potential associated health concerns and inconvenience to human inhabitants.
Birds in particular are considered ‘pests’ when their roost and nesting activities have an damaging impact on buildings. Of the numerous methods and products designed to deter or remove the presence of birds, we believe the measures used need to be discreet, humane and cost effective.
Successful methods we employ include:
- Bird netting
- Anti-perch spiking
- Optic deterrence devices
- Nest removal
- Entry point alteration
The pest control method selected will depend on location, building fabric and species of bird.
Other wildlife issues we have been asked to deal with include stinging insects and rodent vermin.