To remove the birds that had taken up residence, I carefully removed the existing Hardie board siding without damaging any pieces.
First step, take off the siding.
We had to cut open the plywood.
Cut out a square foot piece of plywood to remove the nest the birds had built behind the siding.
Close up of the bird nest.
We found the nest.
Area opened up.
I thoroughly sprayed the area to kill off any bird mites, and replaced the contaminated insulation with spray foam.
Here we insulated the area.
We work very hard to leave no trace behind.
A homeowner in Sea Girt, NJ, was having a problem with birds nesting under one of her window sills. While we all love birds, they can become a nuisance once they start to nest and roost in and around our homes. They create a mess with their toxic droppings, often ruin insulation, and can clog gutters. Also, like other wildlife, birds often carry ticks, mites, and dangerous parasites.