Pigeon Control

Pigeon deterrent systems to control nesting and roosting pigeons on buildings and structures.

Professionally installed bird deterrent netting is the most effective bird deterrent system for buildings. Where pigeons and seagulls commonly nest and roost on buildings netting creates an impenetrable barrier denying birds access to ledges and sills. Anti bird netting is ideally suited to protect building fascia's, roofs and well areas. Bird netting is commonly used to protect the underside of warehouse canopies and fixed equipment such as air conditioning units.

pigeon netting

How netting is installed..

Create a taut wire framework using stainless steel wires and barrel strainers. Attach the wires to the structure with the appropriate fixings, in this case small eyes. Attach the net to the wire using stainless steel rings. Use zips and clips to make secure openings.

Bird Points

Bird points are a good method of preventing pigeons and gulls from landing and roosting on ledges, pipe-work and equipment. Stainless steel points are held in a polycarbonate base, this base is UV stabilised to reduce the risk of brittleness. The point systems vary both in height and width depending on the species of bird you are trying to deter and the width of the ledge. The points are attached to the ledge using a silicone based adhesive.

Pin and Wire

On older buildings or where the most discreet bird deterrent system is required to protect sills and ledges, pin and wire systems are the most appropriate. A series of stainless steel pins are attached to the ledge, either by being drilled into the stone using a 6mm rivet or by being glued using a purpose made base. Between the pins 0.8mm stainless steel wires are sprung. The sprung wires are set up in rows depending on the width of the ledge.