Bird Proofing (Birds In Roof)

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Looking to bird proof your home?

When it comes to preventing birds from building nests on your property, or roosting in locations where droppings cause financial headaches and health problems, prevention is better than cure.

Our bird proofing solutions are intended to stop the problem before it starts, creating an environment where birds are unable to easily roost or nest. This forces them to nest elsewhere, minimising the risk of unwanted debris, damage and droppings- all without harming the birds.

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A good-quality bird proofing service can work with your existing layout to identify the key access locations where birds are likely to congregate and nest.

When you contact No More Birds, we work with you to draw up a plan of action to put a stop to nesting birds for good. Our defensive measures ensure birds go elsewhere rather than nesting in your eaves, on your solar panels, or in other hazardous locations.

When you want to prevent a nest, you call the best, so get in touch with a member of our friendly customer support team today. Dealing with birds in your home or business? Find out about our residential and commercial bird control today.

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Bird proofing for your home or commercial property

Bird proofing your roof, or protecting your solar panels, not only ensures that your property stays free of bird waste and debris, but it can also also save you dollars too.

Bird nests and droppings can cause structural problems which are costly to fix, with the acidic nature of bird waste able to corrode building paint, plastic, vinyl, wood and even stonework.

They may also increase the risk of an accident while contamination of food sources, leading to health problems such as parasites and bacterial infection, are further potentially costly hazards to deal with.

Why risk it?

Prompt, reasonably priced preventative measures can significantly reduce the likelihood of birds nesting or spending long periods of time in one place on your property, dramatically decreasing your risk of damage.

It’s usually best to look for a local, professional bird control service provider who is familiar with the local bird population and is able to offer the cost-effective solutions you need to bird proof your property and put your mind at ease.

Why should I bird proof my property?

Reduce damage to your property

Pigeons nest on roofs as these are relatively undisturbed and warm locations. When birds move into your home they block gutters and drain pipes with their debris while the acidity of their droppings causes corrosion to your stonework and roof tiles. All problems you’d rather not pay to fix when it’s too late.

Improve aesthetic appearance

Nobody likes the look of bird droppings on their roof or window sills. Professional bird proofing can stop the problem almost immediately. No more losing customers because your shop front looks tired, worn and dirty. That’s how you boost business and improve the value of your property by stopping birds from moving in.

Protect your health

Bird droppings contain many nasty parasites and bacteria, including histoplasmosis, cryptococcosis, psittacosis, encephalitis, aspergillosis and toxoplasmosis. Through removing opportunities for birds to roost and nest, bird proofing significantly reduces the volume of droppings you will encounter.

Protect the environment

Many of the birds we proof against aren’t native to Australia. They are foreign species which have a negative impact on our indigenous species. Discouraging these species from nesting and settling helps to ensure there is sufficient food and resources for our native birds to flourish

Reduce damage to your property

Pigeons nest on roofs as these are relatively undisturbed and warm locations. When birds move into your home they block gutters and drain pipes with their debris while the acidity of their droppings causes corrosion to your stonework and roof tiles. All problems you’d rather not pay to fix when it’s too late.

Improve aesthetic appearance

Nobody likes the look of bird droppings on their roof or window sills. Professional bird proofing can stop the problem almost immediately. No more losing customers because your shop front looks tired, worn and dirty. That’s how you boost business and improve the value of your property by stopping birds from moving in.

Protect your health

Bird droppings contain many nasty parasites and bacteria, including histoplasmosis, cryptococcosis, psittacosis, encephalitis, aspergillosis and toxoplasmosis. Through removing opportunities for birds to roost and nest, bird proofing significantly reduces the volume of droppings you will encounter.

Protect the environment

Many of the birds we proof against aren’t native to Australia. They are foreign species which have a negative impact on our indigenous species. Discouraging these species from nesting and settling helps to ensure there is sufficient food and resources for our native birds to flourish

Our bird proofing solutions

Can we stop birds from winging their way into your home or office? Absolutely. We offer a number of different bird proofing options which can be tailored to meet the individual needs of your business or household. The optimal method for bird proofing varies between properties. What may be right for a commercial building may not be appropriate for a residential property. Our team work with you to identify the bird proofing measures that are likely to succeed and offer a longer-term solution. Dealing with birds in your property already? We can provide expert nest removal too to ensure your property is clear of birds, and stays clear of birds too.

Our bird proofing services include:
Bird spikes

These are often a last resort for residential buildings, as they look quite unsightly. That said, when installed along framework, walls, pipes and other items, they are very effective in making it difficult for birds to roost or nest.

Bird wire and coils

Again, these options can be visually unappealing, although they are cost-effective and proven to make your premises an unattractive proposition for birds. They can be a good option for older properties, which have wider ledges or inaccessible flat surfaces. Electrified options are available that can make the system even more effective.

Bird netting

Bird-proof netting is used to prevent birds from stealing soft fruit and vegetables from the garden or from entering through the roof. Easy to set up and highly effective, bird netting is a great option for temporary protection.

Daddi Long Legs

Stainless steel rods which are commonly located on air conditioning units and similar structures, Daddi Long Legs can provide the protection your home needs against roosting birds.

Shock

Although it sounds dramatic, the shocks delivered when a bird lands on a forbidden surface aren’t fatal. Rather, they serve as an uncomfortable reminder to go and roost elsewhere.

Proofing

We offer a full range of proofing options which can ensure your property remains free of roosting or nesting birds.

Baiting

This is a traditional method of removing troublesome birds. It usually requires that the birds are fed for a couple of weeks to get them used to the idea of visiting the property for food. A powerful immobiliser is then added to the food, enabling the birds to be removed.

Gel

An alternative to spikes or wire, gel is colourless and can be painted on to window sills and similar, dissuading pigeons from roosting. Although the gel application process needs to be repeated periodically, it can be a viable option for many homes, due to its discreet nature.

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