Blame it on urbanization, deforestation or any other man-made exploitation activity, but the fact that we encroached upon the natural habitat of the birds and the bees is a major factor why they inhabit our homes today. Wild birds, pigeons, sparrows and chickens often build nests in abandoned commercial sites or the remote corners of your house to lay eggs. Birds are not exactly the best housemates that you would want to share your personal space with. For starters, cleaning their droppings and feathers is no easy feat. Secondly, birds are responsible for medical issues such as histoplasmosis, encephalitis, toxoplasmosis and other diseases. Pest control Perth has years of experience in bird pest control without harming the birds physically. The key to an effective bird pest control program is to have the knowledge of the nesting habits of different types of birds.
Common Birds that Infest Houses in Australia
Australia is home to a variety of birds ranging from the common pigeons, doves, common mynas, to English starlings, silver gulls, and house sparrows. Each bird species have their individual landing, nesting, and roosting preferences.
Common Bird Infestation Hazards
Birds, when compared to other pests, are not much of a concern. In fact, many people domesticate certain bird species. They are pretty harmless and docile. However, that does not mean you can lie with a couple of unwanted birds in your house. Pigeons and sparrows build their nest both inside and outside the property-up the roof, inside the attic, inside the cupboard, any corner of the house that’s even remotely isolated serves the purpose. However, bird droppings and the chaos aside, birds also carry tiny mites that cause rashes, mild irritation, and itchiness. Bird feathers can contaminate food items. Consuming them might cause loose motion or even more serious health issues.
When to Seek Professional Help?
Eco-friendly Pest Control Perth WA is expert in eradicating birds from residential complexes in the safest and most harmless ways possible. A team of technicians from Pest control Perth will begin the procedure by thoroughly surveying the affected area. Birds usually steer clear of humans and inhabit your home just for nesting and laying eggs. However, if the problem persists, then hiring a professional does make matters easier. Pest control Perth is well equipped with all the tools required for inspecting, baiting, and catching the bird and rehabilitating it elsewhere.
Some Home Remedies That Can Work
Without professional assistance, it is quite a tricky task to banish the birds using only DIY methods. Birds can get pretty stubborn, no matter how many times you try to shoo them away they always come back after a few days. However, one can check out the bird bait products that use the Bird-Shock- Flex-Track approach in the market for capturing the feathery creatures. You can even build your bird traps and barriers for windows and ventilators. However, most of the times, these bait products fail to solve the problem completely.
All about Professional Bird Control Techniques
Commercial pest control Perth team follow a systematic approach to bird control. A proper survey of the problem is the most important part of bird pest control. Birds can fly. Therefore, capturing them could be a bit time-consuming. The technicians begin by inspecting every nook and cranny of your home to locate the nest. Next, they set up traps to lure the bird out. Physical barriers, visual deterrents, and sonic devices come in handy. The whole process can create quite a mess.
Once the bird is out and captured, the team works towards cleaning out the mess. Starting from the ceiling to the floor, they dust and repair the damage done by the bird. These include plumbing, minor carpentering and even a paint job in some cases. Most bird control techniques include physical and visual deterrents, sonic devices and barriers that can bait and capture the birds without harming them. Nets, spikes, bird coils, strands, scarecrows, and other baits are popular bird control options that professionals use. Sometimes, we even use a special surface spray across the perimeter of the property. This spray is licensed by the government for safe bird control.
How Much Time Does It Take and How Can I Pay?
Pest control services in Perth, although not dirt cheap, is not exactly heavy on the pocket either. Customers can choose from the various packages and service plans according to the severity of the problem and their budget limitations. Both cash and credit payment options are available.
How Much Time Does the Whole Process Take?
Pest control operations take a maximum of 24 to 36 hours. From setting up the baits to repairing the damages caused by the bird and spraying chemicals to prevent any future infestations- Pest control Perth gets the job done in a day or two depending on the size of the property and the severity of the problem.
Are There Any Side-effects?
Not really, the products and technic used by Pest Control Perth are eco-friendly and safe. However, it is best that you stay cautious and keep away from the bait traps.