We are all familiar with pigeons, and we might see them frequently in our town and city centres, such as London, or we might see them in the wild. Either way, they may appear harmless, but they can become a nuisance for people, business owners, and property owners.
Pigeons are considered to be a pest in specific settings. Therefore, pigeon pest control is often required to help reduce the risk of disease and damage to property.
When dealing with pigeons, removal will often require the use of practical traps as well as repellents. These are the best solutions for ensuring that they stay away. From falconry to parallel wires, bird netting, decoy kites, and even anti-bird spikes are all effective ways of managing pigeon control in London and the rest of the UK. Our Hawkeye technicians will assess and deal with the issue efficiently and effectively.
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Pigeon removal is all about identifying the necessary steps that have to be taken to deal with the pigeons in your area. The different methods that are used are known as heavy pressure, medium pressure, and light pressure.
Dealing with pigeons and implementing effective pigeon control solutions in London and the UK is about having the right experience. Our technicians have a lot of experience in dealing with pigeons, and they understand suitable solutions based on the circumstances and the problem.
As a result, a pigeon control audit will be carried out to identify the size and type of infestation in your home or business. Moreover, we are also accredited experts, proving that we understand what steps to take and how to adhere to all regulations.
Each infestation is unique, and to deal with it correctly, the assessment has to determine how your property is affected and what control measures have to be put in place. Furthermore, we won’t just deal with pigeon removal in the short term because we also focus on ensuring that pigeon deterrents and pigeon pest control work into the future. This ensures that the likelihood of suffering from an infestation in the future is low.
Our approach will depend on your circumstances, but the good news is that many options are available. Therefore, we can use one solution or a combination of deterrents to help manage the problem effectively.
Whatever we do, we make sure to deal with the problem and the cause where possible. This all helps to prevent future problems with pigeons and helps to put the correct control measures in place.
Fortunately, there are traditional and more modern solutions available, but they are all effective in dealing with the problem.
We can use parallel wires to keep pigeons away from areas of your property, and we can install anti-bird spikes. These are not designed to harm the birds but will prevent them from landing and roosting on your property. It is also possible to use bird netting on specific areas as this will help to keep pigeons out and stop them from settling.
There are decoy kites, lasers, and bird gels that leave a sticky residue that causes the birds to stick to surfaces temporarily. The aim is for the gel to act as a deterrent. In some instances, falconry can be used to get rid of pigeons as this causes them to make the pigeons feel threatened, and that will force them out of the area.
There is no longer a need to put up with nuisance pigeons. With a range of available solutions, we can help you overcome the issues you are facing and then ensure that your property is free from pigeons for good.
There are some DIY methods of removing pigeons from your property, but you may find the issue returns soon. We offer a wide variety of services to get rid of and prevent pigeon infestations.
Yes, pigeons can be extremely dangerous to human health. They carry many diseases, which can be life-threatening. Ensure to deal with a pigeon infestation promptly.
Moving a nest may appear harmless but can be in breach of UK laws. We ensure all our work aligns with the rules and will make you aware when we encounter a nest on site.
It is possible to stop pigeons from settling on your roof, but more than DIY methods may be needed. Try to limit their sources to food, water and shelter to reduce the chances of an infestation.