Hampton Bird Control
Hampton Bird Removal and Bird Control is a service provided for residential and commercial customers. Animal Control Solutions specialize in all types of bird services including removing birds in vents, installing bird spiking, bird netting, bird electrical tracks, and removing bird nesting. Birds may be very cute to look at but they are one of North America’s most dirtiest animal that causes billions of dollars of damage each year. Nuisance birds can be very difficult to control if the right technique and equipment is not used.
Our Hampton location services all the Hampton area and bird control is our specialty! Some of the more common calls that we receive in our Hampton Virginia office regarding birds and their control are for
- Birds in Vent
- Bird Nest Removal
- Birds Roosting on Buildings
- Dead Bird Removal & Deodorization of infected areas
- Bird Cleanup and Deodorization
One of the more common problems that is associated with birds is that they have been known to build nests in your kitchen, bathroom or dryer vents and can even make their way into low ground level vents that are used to filter out exhaust from gas furnaces and other appliances. The longer a bird is in the vent, the bigger the amount of nesting material that the bird will bring into the vent to build the nest. The build up of nesting material could potentially completely block the vent, allowing no airflow through the vent. This could be disastrous if the bird is building a nest in a gas vent or another vent that is critical to the operation of the home.
Whatever the bird problem may be, we have solutions to get rid of birds, remove birds in vent, deter birds from buildings with bird netting, bird electrical tracks, bird netting and other bird control methods. Call Animal Control Solutions of Hampton to resolve your nuisance bird problems at 757-528-8527.
- Hummingbirds can fly backwards
- The skill to build a nest is instinctive, though some studies show that young birds do improve with practice.
- Bird droppings contain uric acid, which, at a pH of 3 to 4.5, can eat through most building materials.