How does a seagull manage to flood a roof?
Take a look at the photo on the right. It's a herring gull nest, which is 2ft long and 4 inches tall - and it blocks the passage of rainwater to the drain below.
This is a prime example of how a lack of effective seagull deterrents can cause serious damage to a building. Over time, a bird problem left unattended can lead to the build up of large amounts of fouling and nesting materials; often in areas around the guttering and roof which can prevent water from draining away effectively when it rains.
With heavy rainfall, there is a real risk of water breaching the guttering and pouring into the building, which can cause thousands of pounds worth of damage.
Our team of bird control specialists can undertake site-specific surveys to create bespoke bird deterrent systems for your property. We can highlight potential areas where there is a high risk of bird problems and suggest a range of bird deterrent solutions to resolve the problem and thus eliminate any risk to your property.
We can provide the following and more bird deterrent services: