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Guaranteed Pigeon Control

Whether you need a quick professional one off job or a longer term pest prevention plan, Strathearn Pest Control offer a tailored service to meet your individual requirements.

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If left Pigeons are left uncontrolled, there can be a number of serious consequences:

The spread of diseases including Ornithosis and Salmonella.

Increased building costs – maintenance and cleaning.

Droppings are extremely corrosive and deface buildings

Nesting sites provide ideal conditions for biting insects

If you have a problem, our rapid response commitment means a local technician will be with you within 24hrs to deal with your pest problem.

All our technicians are trained and experienced and undergo continual professional development ensuring you are in safe hands when employing our services.

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To find out more about how we can help you please call us on freephone 0800 0283 703. Alternatively, complete our online contact form for a free survey and detailed quotation on how we can eradicate your pest problem.

Find out more about Pigeons.

Feral Pigeon – Columba livia

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Birds can often cause problems, especially pigeons. They are a growing problem to public health in urban areas.

Feral pigeons are related to rock doves which is a reason for their desire to nest on buildings which brings them into contact with us. They breed all year round and can have up to nine broods of two eggs each per annum.

Why Control Pigeons ?

  • Pigeons spread diseases such as Ornithosis and Salmonella
  • Droppings are extremely corrosive and deface buildings
  • Fouling of entrances and walkways presents a slip hazad
  • Increased building costs – maintenance and cleaning
  • Nesting material provides ideal breeding site for biting insects

Method of Control

We use varying methods of control which are determined by location and circumstances. Once the birds have been displaced we put measures in place to prevent any further re-infestation.

  • Survey the affected areas
  • Remove the nesting materials
  • Dust or spray with insecticidal sprays to control any pest (biting insects) activity
  • Access holes will be blocked to prevent re-infestation
  • Common bird proofing measures, including netting and specially modified ‘spike’ systems, are used to prevent re-infestation.

To find out more about how we can help you on a one-off job basis or with a longer term preventative Service Plan please call us on freephone 0800 0283 703. Alternatively just complete our online contact form for a free survey and detailed quotation on how we can eradicate the pest.


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