Pigeons under solar panels can be an eye sore to most and can cause substantial damage. Prevention is the most effective step you can take to minimise this risk and solar panel bird protection is the wisest option. Proofing is an extremely effective way of eliminating a bird problem and more importantly, it's completely harmless and humane.
Our bird control experts have various qualifications and accreditations such as IPAF, WAHR, PASMA, IRATA and CSCS and have thorough knowledge of bird behaviour. Birds are a lot more intelligent than people think and are capable of overcoming poorly installed proofing systems. Once an individual has succeeded, subsequent birds can easily learn to copy their methods. In the industry, this is known as "bird pressure".
Alongside the above accreditations, all of our technicians are BPCA level 2 (British Pest Control Association) certified which is the recognised standard set for pest control in the U.K.
Guano decontamination is included in every job and consists of cleaning panels and the removal of fouling, Pigeons can carry live pests such as; ticks, lice, fleas, mites, and even bed bugs so sanitisation is essential.
Although bird infestations can be unsightly due to constant fouling, their feaces can pose a serious health risk. Pigeon excretion can be very toxic to humans and can spread infections and diseases. Dried pigeon feaces left in a particular area over time would be a serious health hazard.
As well as solar panel proofing, we also provide bird netting, bird spiking and bird pin wire systems. There are a wide range of proofing systems available and our technicians are highly experienced at choosing the most appropriate and cost effective method according to your needs.
Our bird control technicians will get rid of your pesky pests, offering a permanent guaranteed solution that restricts their access and makes it virtually impossible for them to return. We're professional, affordable, and reliable as well as fully qualified and insured and this information is available on request.
Step 1: Our technician will assess the situation, deciding the best course of action to take, ensuring all safety precautions are met before work begins.
Step 2: Dead pigeons would be removed. The technician would then proceed to clear any debris and feathers ensuring that they do not fall from the roof area.
Step 3: We would measure and fit a galvanised mesh system around your solar panels. The new system would ensure that pigeons, squirrels, or other pests could not roost or nest, thus creating a pigeon guard for solar panels.
Step 4: The final step would consist of the cleaning of solar panels as well as guano removal.
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Amazing service, sorted a reoccurring flea infestation with ease! 10/10 would definitely recommend and use again (although hopefully I won't have to haha!) Thanks pestcure!
Pestcure helped us with removing squirrels from our loft - they were extremely professional and took great care with the work. I highly recommend them.
I called in regards to a wasp nest and it was gone within a couple of days. Great service, very professional and friendly. Highly recommended! Thanks again!
This company came out same day and discovered a rat nest at my house! The member of staff was very nice man and took his time to explain everything professional service. I was happy with price as it was also 3 visits lots of dead ones on 2nd visit. Great job thank you very much
Fantastic service arrived within 1 hour, we had a pigeon in the eaves of our loft it was extremely difficult to get to the bird, however, the workman worked out a solution & managed to retrieve the pigeon. Can highly recommend this company & the friendly workman.
It might not cost as much as you think! Every job is unique and has different requirements; some premises may require scaffolding whereas others may only need rope and ladder access.
We are priced very competitively so please do not hesitate to get in touch if you have any questions; we are happy to assist!