Michigan Bird Control Services

Our bird control services are a range of professional services provided by our bird control company to manage and prevent bird infestations and related problems. These services may include: bird removal, bird deterrents, exclusion techniques, bird waste clean-up, and consultations. 

Our Bird Control Services

Bird control refers to the management of bird populations and their associated problems, such as bird droppings, noise, and damage to property. The goal of bird control is to prevent or mitigate the negative effects of birds, while minimizing harm to the birds themselves.

Bird Netting

Bird netting is a mesh material specifically designed to prevent birds from accessing certain areas or structures. Made from durable materials such as polyethylene or nylon, bird netting creates a physical barrier that discourages birds from roosting, nesting, or foraging in unwanted areas. It is commonly used in agricultural settings to protect crops from bird damage, as well as in urban environments to deter birds from roosting on buildings or bridges. The mesh size of bird netting varies depending on the intended application, with smaller mesh sizes used to prevent smaller birds from passing through. Bird netting is an effective and humane method of bird control that helps mitigate property damage and reduce health risks associated with bird infestations.

Birds In Store Signs

Bird control for store signs involves implementing measures to deter birds from perching, nesting, or roosting on signage structures typically found outside commercial establishments. This may include the installation of deterrents such as bird spikes, bird wires, or bird netting specifically designed for signs. These methods create physical barriers or uncomfortable surfaces that discourage birds from landing or nesting on the signs. Additionally, devices emitting sounds or visual deterrents may also be employed to further discourage bird activity. Bird control for store signs is essential not only to maintain the aesthetic appeal of the signage but also to prevent potential damage caused by bird droppings and nesting materials, as well as to uphold the cleanliness and reputation of the business premises.

Visual Bird Deterrents

Visual bird deterrents are tools or devices used to deter birds from roosting, nesting, or congregating in unwanted areas by leveraging visual stimuli. These deterrents typically exploit natural avian instincts and perceptions to create an environment that birds find unappealing or threatening. Common visual deterrents include reflective surfaces such as mirrors or metallic strips, predator decoys like plastic owls or hawks, and motion-activated devices that simulate predators or emit flashing lights. Additionally, scarecrow-like structures or objects that move in the wind can also be effective visual deterrents. By creating visual disturbances that disrupt birds' sense of safety and comfort, visual bird deterrents help prevent property damage, maintain hygiene, and mitigate potential health risks associated with bird infestations in various settings, including agricultural, residential, and commercial areas.

Commercial Bird Control

Commercial bird control refers to bird control services provided to businesses, government agencies, and other organizations to manage bird infestations and related problems.

Commercial bird control services typically involve a variety of methods, including:

  1. Bird exclusion: Installing physical barriers such as bird netting, bird spikes, and other deterrents to prevent birds from roosting and nesting on buildings and other structures.
  2. Bird removal: Humane methods such as trapping or relocation to remove birds from buildings or other areas.
  3. Habitat modification: Changing the environment to make it less attractive to birds, such as removing food sources or modifying the landscaping.
  4. Bird waste cleanup: Removing bird droppings and other waste from buildings and structures.
  5. Consulting and planning: Developing long-term bird management plans and strategies to prevent future infestations.

Commercial bird control is important for businesses and other organizations as bird infestations can cause a range of problems, including damage to property, health hazards, and decreased employee productivity. Effective bird control can help minimize these negative effects and ensure a safe and clean environment for employees and customers.

Residential Bird Control

Residential bird control refers to the management of bird infestations and related problems in and around homes and residential properties.

Residential bird control refers to the management of bird infestations and related problems in and around homes and residential properties.

Residential bird control services may include a range of methods, including:

  1. Bird exclusion: Live bird exclusion on your home is the process of sealing off any potential openings and removing the existing nesting by hand or through a one-way trap. 

  2. Bird removal: Removal of birds from your home, attic, or chimney in the most humane way possible. Either by trapping or live removal. 

  3. Habitat modification: Installing barriers and visual detterents to make your home less attractive for birds to live there. 

  4. Bird Nest cleanup: Removing bird droppings and nesting material from your attic, roof, and soffits. 

  5. Bird Inspection: We inspect your home and attic to determine the best long term solutions solve your bird problem and keep you bird free.

Residential bird infestations can cause a range of problems, including damage to property, health hazards, and noise disturbances. Effective bird control can help minimize these negative effects and ensure a safe and clean environment for homeowners and their families.

How We Execute and Solve Your Bird Problem

01.

Consultation

This is a free service. We provide an inspection of your home or property by looking at all possible solutions to solve your bird problem and eliminate it from coming back. 

02.

Proposal

We don’t offer you one solutions. We can often times offer you multiple solutions. We take photos, provide material samples, and show you the best way to solve your bird problem. 

03.

Installation

After you agree to one of our proposals we can start the process by ordering professional materials and scheduling the instal. Depending on the task it could take hours or days.

04.

Final Inspection

After we have installed physical barriers, visual barriers, or other solutions it’s important to follow up. We will determine if any added bird control measures are needed after we have finished. 

Need A Free Estimate?

Lets get you in touch with a bird control specialist. We are available 7 days a week to answer any of your bird control questions. We can get a bird removal specialist out to you within just a short time. 

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