We have been on countless estimates where pigeon poison was intentionally left on the roof by a previous company. What those companies didn't realize is that pigeons have the ability to recognize a tainted food source when their family members eat it and die. They also have the ability to share that information with the...Read More
Pigeon Netting is made from U.V. stabilized polyethylene mesh that will keep your roof free of pigeons for 5 years. Pigeon netting is one of the most permanent and low visible solutions for preventing pigeons from nesting around and/or underneath air conditioning units like the ones pictured. The net can also be custom cut to fit any size roof parapet, warehouse ceiling, or hangar.
The first step for the Spring Valley, NV home pictured above is to remove the previous pigeon control companies chicken wire that has rusted and become ineffective. The pigeons had found a way in and unfortunately weren’t able to get back out leaving a foul smelling odor for the homeowners. The old wire also made it impossible for repairs to be done to the a.c. unit. The nesting materials and pigeon feces are removed as described in pigeon cleanup.
Step 2 is to make sure the site has an enzymatic disinfectant sprayed on the affected areas making it safe for workers and inhabitants of the property.
Step 3 is to install a custom fit pigeon netting to prevent pigeons future access inside of the parapet. Zippers are installed to make access inside of the pigeon netting easier for future service and repair.
Preventative Screening: When eliminating pigeon nesting within eaves & under A/C units, we have found the screening to be most effective. We begin by removing all nests and debris, thoroughly clean & disinfect the area, then apply the screening material. Our heavy duty, 14 gauge, galvanized steel screen prevents pigeons from re-nesting once permanently affixed to the home. We offer a lifetime guarantee, ensuring the pigeons will never re-nest in the treated area(s).
Virtually invisible, bird spikes prevent pigeons from nesting & roosting on ledges, window sills, roof peaks, etc. Manufactured of a UV resistant polycarbonate plastic, bird spikes provide up to 5 years of bird free surfaces. This product is humane, aesthetically pleasing, & most of all affordable.
Pigeon Control Blog Posts:
Homeless pigeons around the Las Vegas Valley have finally found their dream homes! For the last several years, more than 15,000 homes have had solar panels installed on their roofs. And while that means great things for Mother Earth, the panels also draw pesky pigeons and their destructive droppings. The panels provide a safe environment...Read More
For many people around the world, raising and racing pigeons is an enjoyable hobby. The trait that makes this kind of activity possible is a pigeons homing instinct...the ability to fly hundreds of miles from home and still find your way home. This trait is the same instinct that leads to pigeons nesting on the...Read More
You have probably found our site because you are investigating pigeon control, pigeon removal, or how to get rid of pigeons on your property. You might have even read somewhere (not here) that putting up a fake owl or a rubber snake on the roof will solve your pigeon problem. The reason why these methods...Read More
Award reflects company’s consistently high level of customer service Pigeons Be Gone has earned the service industry’s coveted Angie’s List Super Service Award, reflecting an exemplary year of service provided to members of the local services marketplace and consumer review site in 2014. “Only about 5 percent of the...Read More
Opinions about pigeons vary far and wide. Many people enjoy watching and even feeding the birds. However, in the City of Henderson, roosting and/or lingering pigeons have been added to the local municipal code and listed as a public nuisance. While Henderson also refers to "offending the aesthetic senses by pigeon contamination," the threats posed by...Read More
Customers always ask us, "Why don't I ever see a baby pigeon?". In this picture are 2 young pigeons also known as squab, they are approximately 3 weeks...Read More
Many homes have more than one roof line. When two roof lines converge, it creates an eave. In many instances these eaves provide a protected area ideal for nesting. Pigeons nest within their own feces. This not only makes a mess of a roof, but as the droppings accumulate, they can roll off the roof and...Read More
If your home has a chimney, it may have a cap on the top of it that allows pigeons to nest within. These types of caps have access points from both the sides and the top. This chimney cap...Read More
Larger homes will occasionally have very large chimneys that mimic the architectural style of the home. These roomy, protected spaces are ideal areas for pigeons to nest. Typically homeowners become aware of the presence of the pigeons in these areas when the sound of the birds cooing travels down the chimney flue. This photo illustrates the application of our 14...Read More