How Nets and Spikes Control Pigeon Infestations
Pigeons like to hang out on the eaves of homes, nest near air conditioning vents and generally be as inconsiderate of your needs as possible. The good news is that the use of screens, nets, and spikes can keep Pigeons from getting into your home. Once they leave, they won’t want to come back anytime soon.
How Do Pigeon Nets Work?
Bird nets can be placed anywhere that a pigeon may want to build a nest or otherwise spend time while on your property. They are perfect for small spaces under eaves or near windows through which they may try to get into your home or business. Netting can also be placed around the perimeter of your property to ensure that these potential pests can’t even get to your roof or fly in through an open window. If desired, netting can come in clear or other colors that are not easily visible from the ground.
How Do Bird Spikes Work?
Bird spikes are placed on top of gutters or anywhere else where a bird may want to roost. While it won’t necessarily cause significant injury to the bird, it will be uncomfortable enough to keep them from wanting to roost there again. Spikes come in a variety of sizes and designs to meet the specifications of your home or business. In most cases, they can last for 10 years or more without needing to be repaired or replaced.
Call a Pigeon Control Specialist for Help
It is rarely a good idea for an individual to climb to their own roof to do any wildlife control work. It may also not be ideal for an individual to confront a flock of potentially angry pigeons on his or her own. It may even be less ideal for someone to try to handle pigeon problems at work where they should be focusing on their customers or clients. Calling a pigeon control Las Vegas professional may make it easier to put an end to your problem for good.