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- Pigeons are infamous for defacing buildings, walls, walkways with their droppings. These droppings carry fleas, mites, ticks, lice and several disease causing bacteria that are responsible for salmonella, influenza and a few more.
- Droppings of the birds can corrode building material and create the risk of people slipping and falling.
- Bird nesting in warehouse can damage equipment and contaminate food in production factories.
- During the breeding season, customers of commercial establishments could be attacked by birds who want to protect their new born babies.
Bird Pest Control Queensland
Birds, unlike the staggering amounts of insects are declining in number and cannot be eradicated by the masses. Therefore, it is highly advisable to use preventive measures when it comes to birds rather than the more offensive techniques.
Our team of professionals at Tradie Team proceed while holding themselves completely responsible to the preservation of native species of birds. The most common birds that are pests to homes, warehouses and commercial buildings are Indian Mynas, Sparrows, Starlings and the infamous Pigeons.
What makes birds a threat?
Birds like the Indian Mynas, Starlings, Sparrows and Pigeons get in through the cracks of the roofs and nest in the nooks and corners that are inaccessible on a regular basis. These birds aren’t exactly on a travelling visa on your property, they are there to stay and populate. Birds such as the Mynas return to the same nesting spot year after year.
These are the following worries that might make you want to give us a call:
Prevention is Better than Extermination:
Clearing out bird droppings and repairing the damage done can cost business and home owners thousands of dollars each year. Therefore, Tradie Team recommends preventive techniques that lets you focus all your energy on what you need to get done. These techniques include spikes that are designed to discourage nesting, chemical deterrents that remind them to never visit that area again and many more.