Bird Spikes

Bird Spikes Bird Spikes are an effective bird control solution for ledges, parapet walls, roof peaks, chimneys, and more. They come in a number of materials such as polycarbonate, aluminum, galvanized steel, and stainless steel. Stainless Steel bird spikes are preferred for their life span and resistance to rust and breaking down. The spikes often come in three foot sections….

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Bird Netting

Bird Netting Bird Netting is one of the most effective means of Bird Control available on the market today. It has many benefits over other bird control methods. Bird Netting offers a totally humane control method because it provides a harmless, impenetrable barrier against all pest birds. Bird Netting also generally offers a low to no visibility solution to pest bird problems….

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Bird Control Methods

BIRD CONTROL There are many bird control methods on the market today to control bird problems. Birds are some of the filthiest of animals, their droppings are unsightly, unappealing and render walking surfaces under foot slippery and dangerous. Birds also deface rooftops, floors, walls and vehicles. Property damage problems involving Pest Birds include unwanted congregations of these birds around areas…

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Rat Prevention Plumbing

Rat Prevention Plumbing Stacks Keeping your Plumbing in good shape is essential for proper Rat Prevention. Rats can often enter homes and business’s through the plumbing system. This is typically done in 3 possible scenarios. First, if the home is older (pre 1970 construction), the home probably has cast iron plumbing. This kind of plumbing can rot or rust out and…

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Rat Prevention for Gooseneck Vents

Rat Prevention for Gooseneck Vents Rat Prevention for Gooseneck Vents is very important to a successful Rat Prevention program. Rats often enter homes and business’s through vents located on the roof.  These entry points need to be sealed in order to prevent Rats from entering the structure through roof vents. One common style of vent that is located on the roof is commonly called a J Vent…

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Bats in the Attic

Entry Points When bats enter homes, usually either to hibernate or rest, they prefer to congregate in secluded locations like chimneys and attics. The latter is a particularly popular choice as it provides the warmth and shelter necessary for rearing young pups. Bats gain access to homes through gaps in roof shingles, mortar, windows, doors, and home ventilation systems. Conflicts…

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Bats in Walls

If bats invade the attic then they pose a serious threat to the health and safety of a home. The bat feces, or bat guano, will ruin the insulation in the attic and the drywall underneath it. The bat guano can grow a fungus that releases spores into the air causing histoplasmosis in humans. Histoplasmosis can cause serious respiratory diseases…

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Bats In Home

If bats invade the attic then they pose a serious threat to the health and safety of a home. The bat feces, or bat guano, will ruin the insulation in the attic and the drywall underneath it. The bat guano can grow a fungus that releases spores into the air causing histoplasmosis in humans. Histoplasmosis can cause serious respiratory diseases…

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Bats in Attic

If bats invade the attic then they pose a serious threat to the health and safety of a home. The bat feces, or bat guano, will ruin the insulation in the attic and the drywall underneath it. The bat guano can grow a fungus that releases spores into the air causing histoplasmosis in humans. Histoplasmosis can cause serious respiratory diseases…

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