Commercial Bird Control

Birds are a very important part of the planet, and they contribute significantly to nature. Acting primarily as predators, birds eat insects, rodents, worms, fish, and several other animals that many consider pests, effectively working as pest control measures. Many birds are protected by laws and regulations. Your Critter Control of Ann Arbor technician is knowledgeable about these guidelines and can educate clients on why certain bird control methods may be appropriate.

Despite their helpful behaviors, however, birds can also become an issue when causing trouble on properties and in businesses. This may require bird control services by a professional bird removal company—that's where Critter Control of Ann Arbor comes in!

Frequent Bird Control Problems

Commercial Bird Control Services in Ann ArborAnn Arbor faces threats from three major bird pests: pigeons, starlings, and house sparrows. Perhaps these avian pests have nested on your roof or birds have created a nest in your vents. This sounds like just the job for the bird control professionals.

Getting rid of birds like pigeons can be difficult. Avoid damages and harm to yourself or the birds by calling your local bird control company: Critter Control of Ann Arbor.

What Problems Do Birds Cause in Municipalities?

  • Eating crops
  • Nesting on, in, or around human structures (or vents, etc.)
  • Destroying foliage and ruining foods
  • Raucous noises, feces/urine, unpleasant smells, and accumulations feathers
  • Illnesses or parasites that humans can contract, like histoplasmosis
  • Dangerous conditions for working

The most thorough and effective bird control methods encourage a combination of deterrents, exclusion, or modification of buildings. Critter Control of Ann Arbor has a knowledgeable group of technicians that are experienced in bird-proofing and bird control methods—such as bird spikes, bird netting, and bird nest removal—for any pesky birds.

For fast bird removal and prevention services, call Critter Control of Ann Arbor today!