HUMANE BIRD CONTROL
Although it may seem harmless to let birds do as they please, often times these pest birds are cause damage to buildings, financial losses to surrounding businesses, and health threats to the public. Birds can harbor disease, leave behind corrosive droppings, and even attract mites into your home or business! Their feces is often seen on signs, billboards, awnings, window sills, and can be a major deterrent for potential home-buyers or customers. Their droppings are expensive to clean and can cause staining and even permanent damage to siding, brick, stucco, and other building materials!
What makes our work different…
• Trained and Certified bird control technicians and inspectors with years of experience in the field.
• More control and exclusion options including netting, cleaning, nest removal, habitat and behavior modification.
• Bird Barrier Certified technicians.
• Cleaning and exclusion maintenance programs.
Customized Control and Exclusion Plans
Pest bird habits differ with each species, and can vary depending on the season, environment, and migration patterns. When dealing with pest birds, we recommend having a trained professional inspect the area and fully assess the problem. Birds can often be difficult to identify, and without knowledge of their habits, they can be nearly impossible to remove completely. Our trained and certified professionals will determine the species of bird and the best course of action based on that species habits, food sources, and migration patterns. By customizing our plan of action to your needs and you particular situation we are able to completely remove the problem with no harm to the birds themselves.
Common Pest Bird Species:
The Damage Done…
Potential Losses – This bird was photographed resting on top of a beam in a local parking garage. Incorrect placement of bird control products did nothing to prevent this bird from leaving droppings on cars and left the owner with monthly cleaning bills.
Health Risks – Bird droppings not only look bad, they are dangerous and can spread illness. This property had birds nesting in the attic right next to air ducts that circulated air throughout the building.
Unhappy Customers – Nesting directly above the ticket booth of a bus station, this bird was frightening customers and left corrosive droppings that caused paint damage.
Look out below...
Look Out Below… – Pedestrians walking on the street below this overpass were being disturbed by the odor and dirty appearance.
With a free consultation from one of our experienced professionals, you learn about all of the benefits of Paramount’s services. We will work with you to design a specialized IPM program specific to your needs! Call or click for a free consultation.
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Diseases caused by Bird Droppings
CDC on Bird Droppings and Safety