Bird netting is one of the most popular methods used for protecting structures against common species of urban bird pests. It’s success is due principally to the fact that when correctly installed it can be used in confidence in places subject to high levels of bird infestation and where birds are roosting at night or nesting, and will provide total exclusion from the netted area.
It can be used at all angles for proofing a wide variety of structures, from small perches to complete building facades or roofs. The netting is insect and fungi resistant and UV stabilised and should last in excess of ten years.
It is available in a variety of mesh sizes effective against various bird species.
75 mm Seagulls
50 mm Pigeons
28 mm Starlings
19 mm Sparrows
It is generally available in a choice of 3 colours; black, stone and translucent.
The netting is normally attached to a steel wire “frame” that is attached to the building.
Netting is very scalable and can protect areas from complete industrial roofs to areas of domestic roofs
Netting can also be applied vertically.