Birds

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Birds

Some bird species are considered a real nuisance for businesses. Most pest birds gain entry into premises through loading bay areas or damaged roofing. They are known to:

  • Cause property damage by dislodging roof tiles, blocking guttering, building nests and leaving droppings that corrode building material.
  • Be aggressive and attack customers and employees, especially during the breeding season when they are defending their young.
  • Carry fleas, mites, ticks, lice and other biting insects which can spread diseases and pose a serious health risk.

Adopting expert bird control measures sooner rather than later will ensure that your business is protected against the hazards associated with pest birds.

At Rentokil, we’re the experts in effective control of birds. We have a wide range of discreet, cost-effective and humane measures that won’t harm the birds or disrupt your business.

Contact Rentokil today for an effective bird control solution.

Rentokil's Business Solutions for Control of Pest Birds

Effective bird proofing requires the use of reliable and tested professional bird deterrents to ensure an effective, long term solution to any pest bird problem.

Management of pest birds can sometimes be complicated due to the severity of the problem and the location. Factors which determine the best method of control include:

  • area of application
  • bird species
  • location
  • access

Backed by 85 years of global experience, our bird control specialists are experienced in dealing with pest birds and undertake regular training on the best technologies and most effective processes.

Need a professional solution to your bird problem? Call Rentokil today on 0861 117 851 or contact us online.

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