Pigeon Removal from Anywhere They May Hide

Pigeons will live literally anywhere they can feel safe, lay eggs without them rolling away, and get a good view of predators. This usually means on a high up, conspicuous place.

But… the location isn’t always conspicuous. As in, they will hide from view and make a huge mess! Often times this mess comes with significant property damage.

Pigeons Hiding in Air Conditioner

Birds really don’t care if they destroy your roofing tiles, shingles, window sills, AC units, fans, skylights, car, flowerbeds, it doesn’t matter. They will simply perch up, set up a messy nest, and just poop everywhere, non stop.

When birds are living on your roof or anywhere that’s visible and are a nuisance, it’s a problem that’s easy to identify and deal with. However, when you have an infestation that’s not in plain view, things could get really bad.

So How Do You Know If Pigeons are Hiding Somewhere on Your Property? Simple, you look and listen for the indicators.

  • When you go outside, do you hear any cooing or squawking sounds near your home but don’t see any birds? There’s a good chance you have a Pigeon infestation somewhere.
  • Walk the perimeter of your property – Did you find any clumps of straw, grass, or nest making materials covered in poop? Pigeons will create a perpetual mess that never stops growing. It’s very common for parts or clumps of this nest mess to break off and fall to the ground, even if you can’t see where it’s coming from.
  • Have you found piles or rows of bird poop anywhere on your property that are near your home or another building or structure but don’t see any birds? You have a bird infestation on your property.
  • When you go outside, do you consistently get a whiff of ammonia and sewage? You probably have a large deposits of pigeon poop from an active infestation.

It’s a good idea to walk around your home about once per month and do an inspection for a bird infestation. You might as well check for any termite or insect infestations as well since bugs can actually attract Pigeons to your property since they’re a solid food source for birds.

It’s also good sense as a homeowner to have a yearly inspection of your roof for damage. While the roofer is up there, have them take a close look for pigeons or other pests as well. Not all roofs are the same though. Some you can see everything from the ground by just standing back from your home at a small distance. Other roofs are complex with eaves, overhangs, gables, and can be high up. Roofs like this are perfect for birds to find a hidden place to call home. Frequent roof inspections are the way to combat this.

Now, if you do discover a Pigeon problem on your property and need it removed, let us know. We have competitive pricing and do quality work that is backed by a 100% satisfaction guarantee.

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