Client: Truro Cathedral; Exeter Cathedral; The Royal William Yard , South West


Requirement:

Removal of Pigeon/Bird Fouling & Installation of Bird Proofing to the various Historic, Listed Buildings.

Apart from the obvious unsightliness, the main issue is the acids released from the Pigeon excrement. These acids can cause irreversible damage to building surfaces resulting in the scarring of building fabric as well as harming the substrate and overall appearance of the building. 

Bird fouling on pavements can become slippery when wet and under foot, thereby creating a slip hazard. This can be a particular problem for any historic, listed buildings that are open to the public.

Solution:

One of the easiest and most cost-effective ways in which to reduce the threat of building damage is to identify the problem bird as well as the main problem areas. Treat, clean and remove any fouling that may be in place, and then install a deterrent system such as Bird Netting or Bird Spikes, such systems will future deny the birds from accessing these areas.

Access Strategy:

MEWP (IPAF trained staff) & Abseil (IRATA trained staff) for high level access; mobile access tower (PASMA trained staff) for various ground level works.

Comments:

Our professionalism and workmanship are what made Eco Environmental the clients natural, first choice for such Bird Control projects.

This year marks a major milestone for Eco Environmental as we celebrate 20 years in business. As an industry leading, nationwide Bird Control provider we are committed to delivering the highest level of quality and satisfaction to our customers, this is a great accomplishment within our business.

Do you have a Pigeon or Bird problem – if so call one of our specialist team members at Eco Environmental on 01752 669009 or visit our website www.ecoltd.netFurther Bird Control information can be found by visiting www.ecoltd.net/bird-control

Published 2nd January 2018

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