COMMERCIAL BIRD CONTROL

COMMERCIAL BIRD CONTROL

Protect your property, your customers and you reputation with bird control solutions from MasterService. We make it our business to keep birds out of yours. That’s why when birds come calling, you should call on us whether your bird problem is inside or outside.1

 

DON’T LET BIRDS KEEP YOUR BUSINESS

FROM SOARING.

Birds and business don’t mix. Their droppings may create slip and fall hazards, spread disease and damage property. The ongoing cost of cleaning, repair and maintenance can be considerable. So can the cost to your business image.

FLOCK SOMEWHERE ELSE.

That’s why when birds come calling you should call on us. MasterService has proven strategies for solving bird problems and keeping them from coming back. So the only ones flocking to your business are your customers.

BIRD-WATCHING IS NOT YOUR BUSINESS.

MasterService has the experience and resources to successfully address your bird problem. Every MasterService Technician undergoes intensive protocol training and has deep knowledge of the local bird species that undermine your business.

OUR VARIOUS BIRD CONTROL SOLUTIONS INCLUDE:

CONTROL GEL

The best treatment for smaller birds, this gel effectively repels birds by its sheer stickiness. Birds won’t want to perch or nest. The gel is waterproof, almost colorless and odorless, and effective even in high temperatures. Plus, it’s guaranteed for a minimum of one year for small birds.

WIRE BARRIER

Wire barriers create an unstable surface, therefore, they keep birds from landing on ledges. Wire barriers are best for long, uninterrupted ledges and are effective in areas where gel applications aren’t enough.

SPIKES

Using a system of blunt-edged spikes, this treatment prevents nuisance birds from landing or resting on building ledges and signs. The spikes are flexible to fit any contour and are virtually invisible.

SHOCK

This low-profile treatment keeps birds off ledges with a harmless electrical shock (similar to a static electricity shock), which is transmitted through birds’ feet when they touch the wires.