How Your Business Can Benefit From Bird Netting
March 31, 2014
Bird netting can do a lot for your business. If you’ve got a bothersome flock of birds that are frequenting your property, taking over your roof or starting to tarnish your property with their droppings, it’s time you did something to control these pests. Birds themselves aren’t actually pests in most situations. When they start to loiter around your property in large numbers, harass your customers and nest and roost on your roof, they can affect your business. Here are just a few of the major benefits that come with bird control netting for your company:
Bird netting is a cost effective and humane way to keep birds off your business’ property. Where bird netting is installed, birds are no longer allowed to loiter.
Bird netting can also keep birds out of important areas. Around airports and other sensitive environments, birds can cause interference so they must be controlled.
The filth that birds may leave behind can be controlled with bird netting as well. Bird droppings are acidic and can leave marks and eventually wear away structures. With their nesting materials, they can clog gutters and cause other structural problems that may require expensive repairs.
Bird netting is relatively inexpensive and requires very little maintenance. This is a good solution to keep birds off your facility and property and reduce incidences of bird to human contact.
Along with bird netting for commercial bird control, the professionals at Action offer other pest bird deterrents. Our bird control techniques may include exclusion installments, structural modifications, nest and roost removal, roost decontamination and flock dispersion. Our trained professionals have been successfully solving bird problems for over two decades in Illinois, Indiana, Kentucky and the surrounding states. Because we work to treat birds humanely, we focus on non-lethal bird deterrents, removal and harassment techniques. We really do place a high priority on the humane and safe treatment of all birds.
Don’t let birds take over your property. They can spread diseases as well as parasites to your employees and customers. Pest birds are also known to cause liability issues when their droppings land on walkways and people end up slipping on their excrement. Protecting your facility and your business from bird infestations should be top priority for you if you notice that pest birds are starting to flock to your property. Contact our bird control experts today for more information or click here to learn more about what Action can do to help protect your facility from nuisance and bothersome pest birds!
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