Bird Dropping Clearance Service.
Bird droppings from nuisance birds such as Gulls, Pigeons, Sparrows and Starlings can cause permanent damage to the fabric of your building or equipment if not treated properly. There is also a risk of water ingress due to fouling and nesting materials blocking gullies and hoppers. Ventilation system ducts can become blocked, resulting in expensive repairs.
Bird faeces is acidic in nature resulting in corrosion and staining of surfaces it contacts. Unsightly guano can impact on your businesses image and reputation.
Roofs, plant rooms, air conditioning units, balconies, window sills and lofts provide sheltered locations which are ideal for roosting and nesting. The birds then leave their waste deposits behind in the area it has chosen to nest in.
These Guano deposits and droppings are known to promote the transmission of many types of infections and illnesses, putting building occupants, customers and maintenance workers at serious risk.
Complaints such as Ornithosis, Cryptococcosis and Meningitis, as well as numerous bacterial, fungal, viral and protozoal diseases are only a partial list of the many diseases that can be contacted from contaminated food and water; inhalation of faecal dust and direct contact with faeces.
Nuisance birds also harbour various insects such as fleas, mites and other parasites. Many migrate and nest with these birds and are responsible for numerous viral and bacterial infections every year.
The odour, contaminants and insects from bird droppings can rapidly spread around the building via the ventilation system. Inhaling these bacteria and fungii can compromise your immune system and cause serious health problems
Due to the serious health risks associated with bird fouling, Guano clearance and getting rid of bird nests should never be attempted without the proper safety knowledge and equipment. Large amounts require specialist treatment and removal.
Bird and Pest.co.uk have vast experience treating and removing fouling from all types of businesses and buildings. Trained technicians wearing correct PPE will treat the affected area throughout the process; the guano is then carefully removed from site and disposed of as treated waste.
For a free risk assessment and advice please contact Bird and Pest.co.uk on 07775713300 or 01327 358623.