Do you have birds in an unwanted place? We service southern New Hampshire and northern Massachusetts region locations!
Birds are attracted to spaces, such as eaves, roof spaces, attics, or chimneys, that provide protection from the elements. Once a bird has established a nest in a home, they can cause several problems.
Our professional technicians can come out and safely remove them from your property and ensure we secure all points of entry with our exclusion repairs.
Birds can cause significant damage to crops, buildings, and other structures. For example, birds such as pigeons can cause costly damage to buildings through their droppings, which can corrode metal surfaces and stain buildings.
Some of the most commonly seen birds in the state include the American Robin, the Blue Jay, the Tufted Titmouse, and the Dark-eyed Junco. New Hampshire is also home to several species of woodpeckers, including the Downy Woodpecker, Hairy Woodpecker, and the Northern Flicker.
Birds can pose a health hazard by spreading diseases such as avian flu, salmonella, and histoplasmosis through their droppings. If you have a Bird infestation, it’s recommended to consult with a professional wildlife control expert Like New England Wildlife Control to safely remove the Birds and prevent them from returning.
Sightings: If you’re suddenly seeing an increase in the number of birds near your home or workplace, it could be a sign that they are nesting or roosting nearby.
Noises: If you hear bird sounds coming from your roof, walls, or attic, it could be a sign that birds are nesting in your home or building.
Droppings: Large accumulations of bird droppings on sidewalks, windowsills, or other surfaces can be a sign that birds are roosting or nesting in close proximity to your home or workplace.
Nesting materials: If you find twigs, leaves, feathers, or other materials that appear to be bird nests, it could be a sign that birds are nesting in or around your property.
Entry points: If you notice signs of bird-related damage, such as holes in your roof or walls, or evidence of chewing or scraping on your siding or windowsills, it could be a sign that birds are nesting in or around your property.
Birds can pose a health hazard by spreading diseases such as avian flu, salmonella, and histoplasmosis through their droppings. Additionally, bird strikes to aircraft can pose a serious safety hazard and cause significant damage to planes. Property Damage: Birds can cause significant damage to crops, buildings, and other structures. For example, birds such as pigeons can cause costly damage to buildings through their droppings, which can corrode metal surfaces and stain buildings.
Bird control services refer to a range of measures aimed at reducing or eliminating the presence of birds in an area. These services are typically used to protect crops, buildings, and other structures from damage caused by birds. They may also be used to prevent health and safety hazards posed by birds, such as the spread of disease or bird strikes to aircraft.
There are several different methods used in bird control services, including physical barriers, deterrents, and repellents. Physical barriers can include netting, spikes, or electrical track systems that prevent birds from landing on a surface. Deterrents may include noisemakers, visual scares, or bird-specific predators, such as hawks or falcons, that are used to scare birds away. Repellents can include sprays, gels, or other substances that are unpleasant to birds and discourage them from landing or roosting in a certain area.