Birds

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Bird Control

Pigeons and seagulls can become a real nuisance for your business. It’s not just the mess they make; they can also damage your premises by dislodging roof tiles and blocking guttering.

There are a number of other problems that mean you should adopt bird control measures sooner rather than later. Pigeons and seagulls on your premises can:

  1. Be a health hazard, by spreading diseases such as Ornithosis, E.Coli and Salmonella.
  2. Deface buildings and vehicles with their droppings. They frequently foul entrances and pavements, which can become dangerously slippery.
  3. Encourage insect infestations such as bird mites, textile beetles and fleas – these are attracted to their nests and roosting sites.
  4. Attack customers and employees, especially during the breeding season when they are defending their young.

If you need effective bird control, call us on 1890 555 222 or Contact Us and we will arrange an appointment with our avian experts.

Rentokil's Seagull and Pigeon Bird Control

Our avian specialists are experienced in dealing with pest birds on your premises. We use discreet, cost-effective methods of pigeon or seagull control that won’t harm the birds or disrupt your business.

Effective management can sometimes be complicated due to the severity of the problem and the location.

Factors which determine the best method of control include:

  • area of application
  • bird species
  • location
  • access
Backed by 90 years of global experience, our bird control specialists are experienced in dealing with pests birds and undertake regular training on the best technologies and most effective processes. Call us on 1890 555 222 or contact us for professional bird control service tailored to your business

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