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Bees – How we control them

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UK Wasps – What you need to know!

  UK Wasps – What you need to know! When looking for a pest control company to help with any wasp nest issues, it is important that you know the difference between UK wasps. There are two different types of UK wasp – Vespula Vulgaris (also known as the common wasp or a common yellow-jacket) and ..

How to Choose Your Pest Control Company

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Hornets in the UK

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Bird Netting

Bird netting is a very effective form of bird deterrent for a variety of species from pigeons and gulls to sparrows and starlings. It is a cost-effective and efficient way of protecting your site from the problems associated with bird droppings and health risks.

We have extensive experience with many types of bird netting installations – on warehouse roofs, multi-story car parks, listed buildings, stadiums and hotels to name a few.

We are able to keep the cost down by using our rope access teams when dealing with high multi-storey installations as rope access removes the need for expensive and unsightly scaffolding. A free comprehensive survey and risk assessment is provided to tailor the bird control solution to your businesses and sites particular needs and budget.

The Advantages of using Bird Netting

  • Protect structures from any species of urban pest birds
  • Virtually the only system that can be used with 100% confidence in places where birds are roosting at night or nesting
  • Can be used to cover an entire roof or elevation of a large building, from the first floor upwards
  • When properly installed, bird netting is virtually invisible, being extremely difficult to see from just a few metres away
  • Polyethylene knotted bird netting can withstand a wide range of environmental conditions
  • You can expect a working life of 10 years or more in UK sun condition

Call your local Bird Control Expert for advice or to arrange a no obligation quotation call us on 00800 9997600.

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