Bird Prevention Control Systems

Implementing a frequent bird prevention inspection and maintenance programme is a good business practice. It demonstrates that you take the wellbeing of people and health and safety seriously.

Nesting birds can be a problem for your property or business premises. Providing bird control as a pest prevention measure is becoming more of an issue for buildings. The Wildlife and Countryside Act 1981 is the primary legislation which protects animals, plants and habitats in the UK. All birds, their nests and eggs are protected by this law and any inspections and subsequent maintenance work carried out by us will be legal and in line with the Act.

Government licences allow the killing of urban gulls as a last resort when a significant risk to public health or safety’s identified. We understand that nesting gulls can cause problems, and we have the capabilities to inspect, repair and maintain your bird control systems. We use a range of safe and humane methods to carry out a variety of pest control services.

Our bird control service allows you to take control of this issue by introducing inspection and maintenance programme’s. Planning ahead will enable you to implement these requirements into your operations schedule, providing peace-of-mind and demonstrating a proactive approach.

Our routine inspection visits consist of close visual inspections to your control systems. We provide a concise schedule of condition report which highlights any areas of concern, our capabilities and recommendations on gaining access and rectifying and discovered areas of concern

Inspections can be carried out swiftly with the use of our commercial drones. This is an effective way to assess the current condition as it’s cost-effective, quick and reduces the health and safety risks involved with accessing areas at height. If drone operations are not permissible due to the restrictions of the Civil Aviation Authority (CAA) laws and regulations then rope access is our alternative solution for your inspection needs.

Using rope access is a safe, efficient and cost-effective way to access areas at height when carrying out pest control inspection and maintenance work. Our team are professionally IRATA (Industrial Rope Access Association) trained and have many years of experience in this line of work.

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