BIRD PROOFING

BIRD PROOFING
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We can get rid of birds, and squirrels and know how to repair the damage in a manner that will keep them from coming back. Common Pest bird situations include:

– Droppings, noise, odour and feathers
– Roosting or nesting around human habitations
– Hazardous or unpleasant working conditions
– Diseases or ectoparasites affecting man including histoplasmosis and cryptococcosis

4 Rope Worx Ltd’s technicians have bird-proofing methods for any nuisance bird situation especially to get rid of birds that congregate on municipal, commercial and residential buildings.
Bird Spikes Clearly, among the most effective bird control devices ever devised, bird spikes won’t allow pest birds to perch or roost on a wide range of surfaces and venues. Fabricated of marine-grade stainless steel or clear plastic the spikes are embedded into a UV-protected polycarbonate base.
Bird Netting Creating a physical barrier that seals out pest birds, bird netting is fabricated from durable, UV-protected polypropylene material. It comes in various types and mesh sizes: everything from Garden Netting to Heavy Duty Netting to keep birds away from large structures like apartment buildings, rooftops, and hangars.
Wire mesh can be used for boxing in air conditioning units, fire escape staircases, vents, light wells and other roof areas. Wire mesh would be used where access is difficult and costly and longevity is the main issue rather than aesthetics.
Bird wire consists of a stainless steel wire suspended between a series of poles. The wire is attached to springs when birds land on the wire the springs make an unstable landing surface.
Bird wire is a low-profile bird deterrent used to keep large birds off parapet walls, roof lines, handrails, ledges, etc. where spikes would stand out visibly too much.

Why should you choose our company?

  • ALL EMPLOYEES CRB CHECKED
  • IRATA & SPRAT CERTIFIED
  • 100% SAFETY RECORD
  • FULLY INSURED
  • GUARANTEED SERVICE
  • LOCAL REFERENCES
  • ALL WORK CARRIED OUT TO BRITISH STANDARDS

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