Protect your premises and the health of occupants with pigeon control in Oldham. If you are looking for top-quality pest control treatments, domestic and commercial pest bird deterrence, speak to Pro-Kill Environmental. All our treatments are tailored to meet your unique needs, preferences and budget. Though birds are beautiful to look at and delightful to watch, some of them turn into nuisances. Birds like seagulls and pigeons create a mess, damage roof tiles, block guttering and prove a health and safety hazard. They can seriously affect your reputation and brand. These birds can dirty buildings and vehicles with droppings, foul the entrances and exits of your building, annoy people when droppings are deposited on hair and body, make the pavements, stairs and steps near your building slippery, dangerous and unhygienic.
When birds colonise your building, it follows that insects, fungi, parasites and other microorganisms also find a breeding ground. Bird mites, beetles, flies, fleas, textile and wood beetles begin to proliferate. In Oldham, pigeon control is essential to prevent the spread of certain diseases like orthinosis, e coli and salmonella. During breeding season, these birds can become very aggressive and attack your visitors, staff and customers. This can cause legal issues for your company or your home. First of all, it’s important to identify whether you have a bird problem or not. The signs are obvious, if you find nests, eggs and pigeons constantly on your window-sills, balconies and ledges. Chimney stacks and roof-guttering are other favourite spots. Pigeons often shift tiles to make roosting space. Flat roofs provide niches and corners for them to safely build nests. If you hear a constant cooing sound, it’s a sign that you could face a colonisation.
We use a number of different methods of pigeon control in Oldham. For more information on how we can assist you, contact Pro-Kill Environmental. We are fully insured and affiliated to the British Pest Control Association. Deterrence in the form of netting, post and wire systems, spikes, and bird-free optical gel, are some of our methods. In case of extreme infestation, we can use the Avishock electrical deterrence system. We can work with you to provide the most appropriate solution.