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Bird Removal and Control

Bird Control

Sometimes, birds make their way into buildings, where they can become a nuisance due to loud noises, structural damage, and messes. Birds are an important part of our natural environment, playing a key role in seed dispersal, plant pollination, and even pest removal. In the United States alone, there are 1,100 avian species. Birds are afforded considerable protection by laws, regulations and public sentiment that controls what kind of bird control can be implemented.

In these cases, it’s important to know about your options while abiding by the federal, state, and local laws regarding bird removal. Some birds require different removal strategies, otherwise, the problem might worsen. Dr Clean Air can humanely and legally solve your bird control problems.

Risks Birds Bring

Illness
Bird droppings have been found to carry over 50 diseases and ectoparasites which are transmittable to humans. This creates a major concern for food processing plants, restaurants, and even residential areas. Some of these diseases are even airborne and can pose a risk to anyone nearby.

Property Damage
The mess a bird leaves behind can also damage property in several ways. Nests and nesting materials can clog pipes, or even present fire hazards near electrical wires. Droppings have acidic properties than can strip paint- whether it be a customer’s car or the trim on your windows.

Cleanup Costs
The cost of cleaning up after these pests alone can be worth looking into a bird control program. Dropping, feathers, and nesting materials can create a difficult to clean mess. In fact, some companies spend upwards of $25,000 annually cleaning up after these nuisances.

Accident Liability
In addition to presenting disease exposure, bird droppings have also been known to contribute to slips and falls. The increased liability can be very damaging, especially to a business with customers or employees frequenting the area where birds are present.