SGE Pest Control are Hereford based bird control experts offering bird removal and bird proofing services of all pigeons, seagulls, starlings etc. in Herefordshire, Gloucestershire, Worcestershire and the West Midlands. Birds flock in large numbers and they can present a high health risk to humans which is often preventable provided dealt with appropriately. Our effective bird control approach, involves research into the individual needs of our customers and in depth knowledge of the birds involved.
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Pest Control Services In:
- West Midlands
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Tel: 01531 634 810
Mob: 07716 006 391
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Mob: 07716 006 391
We maintain a professional, discreet and prompt pest control service to both the residential and commercial areas. Our teams use the latest insecticides, pesticides and up to date pest control equipment, to ensure full eradication of all pests. We use the latest eco-friendly, natural, non-toxic substances, where ever possible.
Bird proofing can provide one of the most effective ways of preventing bird access to buildings:
- Bird netting
- Bird post and wire systems
- Bird spike systems
Pigeons in an urban environment cause extensive damage to buildings, cars and other property not to mention the health risk both from the spread of disease and the risk of injury due to accidents caused by a build up of droppings, which are particularly slippery when wet.
Pigeon droppings are unsightly and the acid content can eat into soft stone and cause long term damage to buildings. Their droppings and feathers also block gutters and rainwater pipes causing damage. Pigeons are also a source of allergens, which can cause respiratory ailments like pigeon fancier’s lung and allergic skin reactions. There is potential for illnesses to spread to humans through contact with pigeon droppings, parasites or feathers. Dead infected pigeons can also affect food or water sources.
Sea gulls are now prevalent in residential and commercial areas throughout the UK. Gulls will nest on large warehouse roofs, especially if they are asbestos roofs. They will also nest on the ground in large colonies. They can become very aggressive during the breeding season, attacking site staff and visitors. Seagulls can be destructive and disruptive to businesses, creating a mess and damage in public areas, to street furniture, roofing and building structures.