Pigeon pest control

Pigeon Pest Control

Our pigeon pest control services are the ideal solution to protect your home or business from pest birds and the damage they cause. Our trained bird control technicians provide control and prevention measures to pest birds in Romford and surrounding areas.

Bird netting, bird spikes and bird mesh will help deter any bird pests from nesting and roosting on your property. Our trained bird control experts can install this bird proofing devices with the minimum of disruption.

The installation of bird proofing will help prevent damage to your roof and building. We supply and install a range of bird proofing solutions for all types of properties.

Your local pest controllers can provide a fast and efficient solution to get rid of birds.

Feral Pigeons reproduce year-round, but more aggressively in spring and summer months. They increase in number very quickly, and the more food they can find, the faster they breed.

They feed on grains, seeds, insects, plants and food waste humans leave lying around. Pigeons do not migrate and tend to make urban areas their homes.

They are able to identify their home base from far away using their sense of smell and hearing. So once they have made their home on your property, it's harder to get rid of them.

Why pigeon pest control?

Bird populations become harder to control the longer they are allowed to nest and roost undisturbed.

So, it is best to get rid of a pest bird problem the moment you are aware of it and to actively make your property less habitable for them.

Even if pest birds may seem relatively harmless, they can actually cause a whole host of problems such as the following:

  • They endanger the health of the people around them by spreading illnesses like salmonella, E. coli and ornithosis.
  • They soil buildings, cars, pavements and entrances with their droppings, and also cause surfaces to become slippery to walk on.
  • The presence of birds encourages insects like bird mites, fleas and textile beetles to infest as these pests gravitate to roosting sites and nests.
  • When situated close to wires, lights or other electrical equipment, nests may be a fire hazard.
  • When birds nest close to places where food is produced or warehoused, they can contaminate products and equipment.


Do I need professional pigeon pest control?

Problems caused by birds can lead to poor business, the need for costly building repairs and contamination of food products.

Some birds are even notorious for carrying diseases that humans can catch, and are officially recognised as threats to public health.

Droppings are also a huge annoyance and not only damage the finishes of buildings but also cause hygiene problems. Cleaning up bird droppings can also be costly.

If birds are causing you problems, it is advisable to call us and have one of our technicians devise a tailored bird control program for your property.

How does Bugwise control pest birds?

An effective way to control birds in the long term is to modify their habitats, such as by getting rid of their food sources and cutting off their access to areas where they can nest and roost.

Any good bird control program should deal with these issues. Your Bugwise technician will first inspect your property and then according to the information gathered, they will identify the type of bird and the most effective way to deal with it.

Some effective methods of excluding birds from your property include setting up exclusion devices in areas where birds usually roost, rest or nest.

Only methods that are humane while still working effectively and efficiently will be used to exclude the birds.

Bugwise provides a range of bird control programs and methods that can permanently solve problems with pigeons and other birds.

Our qualified technicians will recommend appropriate bird control methods based on the results of your property inspection.

Other species of birds can, from time to time, create a hazard to humans. At Bugwise Pest Control, we have the solution for any problem you may face.

In some cases baiting or culling to control flock numbers may be necessary. Generally, this is only carried out after all other methods of control have been exhausted.

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