BIRD INFESTATION & CONTROL

Lodge Cleaning have a systematic approach to solving bird infestation problems.

 

We will visit your site to assess the problem, report to you with photographic evidence of our findings and present an appropriate plan of action and quotation to deal effectively with the problem.

 

This service is totally free and without obligation.

SIGNS OF BIRD INFESTATION

 

Droppings

Bad Smells

Nests

Flies and Fleas

Vermin

MEANS OF CONTROL

 

Access Prevention

Netting of Areas

Taut Wires

Spiking

Cage Traps

Many birds, especially pigeons, are comfortable living in urban environments and can become a major problem when they find a way into buildings looking to roost, shelter and find food - often in large numbers. If conditions are right pigeons  will breed all year round.

 

The main issues requiring bird control are:

 

DAMAGE TO BUILDINGS  

Especially unsightly staining and damage to surfaces.

Blocking of gutters, conduits and drains.

 

HEALTH  & HYGIENE ISSUES

Pigeon droppings are unsightly and can cause long term damage. Fresh droppings, whilst unpleasant, present no risk to health apart from safety aspects on walkways. However, dried droppings can potentially spread infections. A small number of pigeons carry diseases like Salmonella, Chiamoliosis and Psittacosis. These can be transferred to humans. Spores from dried droppings can be inhaled from airborne dust. Whilst causing flu-like symptoms In healthy humans others with low immune systems can be affected more seriously.

 

DAMAGE TO STOCK AND EQUIPMENT

In particular damage to fabric and textile stock, furniture etc.

Contamination of stored crops.

Ingress to machinery  and plant.

 

Please contact Lodge Cleaning for a free, no obligation quotation forour cost effective solutions to deal with your bird control problems.

As with all our work we will, where appropriate, issue certification of work done and before-and-after photographs for your records.

CALL FOR A FREE ESTIMATE  07771 767499

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