Bird Droppings

The uric acid present in bird droppings is highly corrosive to metal and masonery. In an urban environment considerable damage can be done to rooftop machinery and ventilation. Loose masonery caused by these corrosive elements is an obvious hazard to the general public. 

Bird fouling and nesting debris can also seriously damage a building's aesthetic appearance. Not only does this present a negative image of your building, and therefore your business, to your customers, but the bacteria, biting insects and parasites present in bird droppings represent a serious health risk, as well as emitting a very unpleasant smell.

This negative impact on your business is even greater if you are in the food industry - pest birds are potentially even more of a health risk than rats.

Once a building has been heavily infested with birds it can be very costly to remove the fouling and clean the building. this is why bird control measures should be implemented before the problem gets too bad.

Eradicate Pest Control Specialists provide comprehensive, safe and hygienic removal of bird droppings, can recommend and implement preventative control mechanisms, including netting and anti-roosting systems, and hygienically clean following removal.

All work is carried out by fully trained and experienced technicians throughout the East Midlands, with a 24 hour 7 day service.

The gallery below shows before and after images, click on them to view them full size. 

 

 

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  • Emergency Pest Control
  • Technicians Across The Region
  • Over 20 Years Experience
  • Fast Courteous & Effective
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  • Rodent Problems Controlled
  • Vermin Problems Controlled

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