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If you have birds in or around your St. Louis business I'm sure you're fully aware of the problems these birds pose. They can decrease your property value, create safety hazards for workers and patrons, spread disease, increase your chances of liability, damage your property, and taint your public image. This is unacceptable. You need a solution.

Protecting your business against pest birds begins with the safe removal of any birds that are currently roosting or nesting on your property. Nests need to be removed, and all areas need to be disinfected and deodorized.

Once your infestation is gone, deterrents must be put in place to prevent future infestations. Here at Rottler Pest & Lawn Solutions, we use employ several techniques to deter pest birds. This includes:

  • Bird spikes placed on ledges and roof areas where birds come to congregate.

  • Bird netting strung up to keep pest birds away from vulnerable areas.

  • Bird shock systems placed on ledges to remind birds that they are not welcome.

  • Bird spiders, with their thin wiggling arms, mounted on lights to scare birds away, much like a scarecrow in a cornfield.

  • Bird wire installed on beams, signs, ledges, and other surfaces where birds try to roost. This wire creates an uneven landing surface, making it difficult for birds to perch.

In areas where it is hard to use structural modifications, bird haze generators can be an alternative solution. These machines spray a thin mist of product the air. This mist doesn't hurt the birds, it merely irritates their mucous membranes when inhaled, encouraging them to find another place to fly.

If you're looking to effectively solve your bird problem naturally, and humanely, there is no better way than through the use of bird deterrents. Give the St. Louis pest bird control specialists at Rottler a call. Our staff is trained and certified in cutting edge products, and offer warranties on all of our services.


Tags: bird control  |  pigeons  |  bird netting

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