Bird Removal

Bird Control & Removal for Commercial Buildings in Pickering, Richmond and other Surrounding Areas

Four Seasons Wildlife Removal specializes in trapping and bird removal and control in Pickering, Richmond and other surrounding areas. Our team of bird exterminators is knowledgeable and has the experienced to handle any bird removal and control needs. We are proud to serve both residential and commercial clients in Pickering, Richmond and the GTA area.

FactsSparrows and StarlingsNest in Chimneys and Vents
Birds will nest about anywhere that can provide shelter, including roof vents; wall vents chimneys, bathroom range, stove range, soft-fits and roofs.
do not make neat nest. They tend to be quite messy and can extend over several feet in a vent or chimneys.
can block the proper exhausting of carbon monoxide and moisture. This can cause carbon monoxide build up and mold, both highly hazardous. Mites, ticks and fleas are commonly in bird’s nest. Inhaling bird feces can cause an incurable disease known as histoplasmosis, characterized by constant flu like symptoms.

Most sparrows and starlings lay six to seven eggs twice per year. Pigeons can lay two to four eggs all year round.

Bird removal: Location and AssessmentEffective bird removalGuaranteed Bird Exclusion
– Our trained technicians will locate entry points and describe or show them to you.
– We will assess the best method of bird removal depending on where they are located.
– We will humanly perform bird removal as well as the removal of all nesting material if older babies are present they will be able to fly away.
– If younger babies cannot fly, we may install a baby box near the previous nest, allowing them to mature and fly away or relocate to alternate nesting sites.
– We will conduct damage inspection and advise you of any repairs that are required.
– Our wildlife technicians will seal all of potential openings on your house or building with heavy gauge wire screening.

Of the numerous small creatures that can be a nuisance, birds are among the most challenging to cope with and are very often overlooked as a possible difficulty. Small birds such as swallows, pigeons, and sparrows can enter houses and buildings through ports, and chimneys, windows and construct their nests inside within walls, vents, or even light fixtures. Nesting birds within commercial buildings can be quite annoying and they are able to spread diseases that are several to those within the building.

The best method of bird controlThe biggest issuesLaw protects most kinds of birds
in a commercial building is prevention but if they do infringe and start constructing nests, a wildlife management professional should be contacted promptly. The following are some common issues brought on by invasive Bird and some preventative measures to avoid them.
caused by invasive birds in commercial buildings are due to their nesting. They commonly build their nests on the roof and cause water to develop in gutters and drains. This water accumulation can cause structural damage and cause the roof to fall. These nests along the roof can also disrupt the airflow of a building by blocking the ventilation system. The lack of appropriate venting can bring about the spread of diseases through the building. The existence of a nest also raises the fire danger as they are frequently built with flammable materials like twigs and straw.
from harm which makes prevention the best approach of control. One method to prevent birds from nesting in commercial buildings is to block them out with bird netting or porcupine wire. A cable system which might require professional support for the installment is operated on by the netting. Another way to repel birds will be to take away any perching spots with bird coils or gels that are sticky. A Bird coil stretches over a ledge so that there’s no comfortable place for them to perch and the sticky sensation on their feet from the sticky gels will cause them to fly away. Specific chemical repellents can also be used to keep birds away without causing them permanent damage.

While these preventative activities are fairly successful for keeping birds away from commercial buildings, it is still potential for their sake to locate their way into a building and build nests. Make sure you contact a wildlife control professional to manage an invasion or to get guidance on the best method of prevention.