Tired of bird droppings? Are pigeons, seagulls or other nuisance birds such as starlings or sparrows invading your property? If so, you've come to the right place! Cowleys Pest Services provides some of the most humane and effective bird control solutions widely available for both residential and commercial properties.
Physical barrier deterrents are the most effective long-term solution for bird control and even more importantly, no harm comes to the birds during the process. We look to make your facility, commercial building or industrial facility an inhospitable place for birds to land, roost, or nest so they move to another location. The most common physical deterrents are netting, shock tracks, bird control spikes, and wire deterrents. Bird netting excludes pest birds from all types of openings and structures to land on. Anti-roosting spikes are blunt spikes that reduce the area on which the birds can land, forcing larger varieties of birds such as seagulls, pigeons, crows, and vultures to land elsewhere. Shock tracks are a low-profile electrified track that conforms to any architectural configuration.
The strongest and most versatile bird exclusion system in the world. StealthNet denies pest birds access to any architectural configuration, including courtyards, rooftops, overhangs, parking garages, etc.
A low-profile ledge deterrent system that is effective against all species of pest birds utilizing the principle of fear and flight, conditioning birds to stay away. It’s only 1/4-inch high and is available in five colors.
The industry standard for durable stainless steel spikes is Lexan base. These spikes are the perfect size for pigeons or larger sized birds.
An economical alternative to Bird-Flite, the Dura-Spike is made from 100% stainless steel.
A spring-tensioned wire system designed to create an unstable landing area that is widely used throughout the U.S. because it is very low-profile. It carries GSA approval for historic buildings.
Unique design deters gulls, pigeons, and other large birds, from landing in open spaces such as flat roofs or air conditioning units, as well as on street lights and other hard-to-protect areas.