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The widths of the spikes are usually 3", 5" and 8". The width of the bird spike used is determined by the area to be covered. It is best if the entire surface area that birds are landing on is covered with the spikes. Installation is often as easy as applying adhesive or screwing them. Bird spikes are designed to keep pest pigeons and larger birds off of building ledges, signs, parapet walls and other flat surfaces that pest birds like to roost and nest on.

People are already tired of buying ineffective pigeon repellents and other bird control installations. It is time for a revolutionary method that is going to scare all the pigeons from nesting on your roof and from landing in unwanted areas. Spikes, nets, trap, repellents are less effective - pigeons can easily find ways to avoid them all in the long run. So it is just a matter of time till they start coming back again. It doesn't take long to understand that sonic pest control devices, warning sounds and hawk models offer no danger whatsoever. Bird netting is used to exclude pest birds from areas such as rooftops, warehouses, airline hangars, overhangs, eaves of homes and other enclosed areas that pest birds are to be kept out of. Netting will provide 100% exclusion of pest birds and is a long-term bird control solution. Netting comes in several different mesh sizes ranging from " mesh for use with all types of birds, to 2" mesh to use when larger birds like pest pigeons and seagulls are a problem.

Net comes in several colors as well; white, stone and black. Black bird netting is usually preferred because of its natural U.V. protection and lack of discoloration due to dirt and dust. When installed properly, the netting will be virtually invisible, not interfering with the architectural features of a building. There are several types of netting available to exclude pest birds. There is knotted polyethylene netting that is considered long lasting and heavy duty. You would use this type where you want a permanent solution to your bird control issues. Heavy-duty bird netting is usually manufactured using U.V. treated twine providing long life. Strength of these nets can be greater than 40 lbs. burst. They will also have a high melting point and flame resistant. This type of netting is ideal for use in warehouses, airplane hangars, canopies, overhangs and other large areas where pest birds are to be excluded.

Bird control spikes, also known as needle spikes or anti-roosting spikes are devices consisting of long, needle-like spikes used to control pest birds. The needles or spikes are usually all plastic or a plastic base with stainless steel spikes. They are harmless to pest birds, the spikes are not sharp, but create an unsuitable landing area for the birds so they move on to a more hospitable site. Bird spikes are designed to keep pest pigeons and larger birds off of building ledges, signs, parapet walls and other flat surfaces that pest birds like to roost and nest on.

Not only are these problems unsightly; pest birds and their feces can spread 60 plus transmittable diseases. Safety, sanitation and health hazards caused by bird droppings can pose serious liability risks, and left untreated, can lead to accidents and lawsuits. Bird feces, bird nests and debris can also create a bad public image with tenants and patrons. Bird spikes are made in one-foot or two-foot lengths, with different widths. The widths of the spikes are usually 3", 5" and 8". The width of the bird spike used is determined by the area to be covered. It is best if the entire surface area that birds are landing on is covered with the spikes. Installation is often as easy as applying adhesive or screwing them.

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Author is an executive with Wensil.com
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