- Throw a net
- Make some noise
- Spray them away
If you’re a property manager, you are responsible for overseeing maintenance and providing a pleasant experience for your tenants. If a bird problem is not acted on, then harm may result to those renting the property. Pest birds can be disruptive, cause residents to complain or prevent possible tenants from moving in. Here are just a few ways you can keep birds off of their property:
Bird Control Using Netting
One way to banish birds is by netting with metal or plastic wires. Netting is effective against most birds, suitable for large areas and can last up to 15 years. Despite this, the installation is expensive and time consuming. Netting can also be ineffective if there are holes or gaps that allow birds to fly through.
Bird Control Using Distress Signal Call Systems
Birds tend to warn other birds of potential danger by using their natural call system. Some bird control methods are able to mimic this behavior by producing a similar sound that signals the potential danger of coming near a building. Although distress signals are good against flocking birds and will not damage buildings, this approach is loud and only temporary. Birds can reappear once the system is turned off.
Bird Control Using Bird Repellent Spray
Most property managers prefer bird repellent sprays because they can apply the product themselves, reducing costs and keeping pest birds away. Avian Control is a liquid bird repellent that forces birds to evacuate areas you don’t want them in. This cost-effective bird control method is not harmful to the people, pets or property it comes in contact with. To learn more, or to shop Avian Control, contact us at 888.868.1982, today.