QUESTION:
Hello, I’m having pigeons nesting on my roof and trying to get the service to remove it.
– Carrollton TX

ANSWER:
Here is how we would approach the problem:

There are many reasons pigeons choose to roost and nest on roofs. In some instances, periodic harassment is sufficient to move the pigeons elsewhere. Often, however, more aggressive means must be used. The two most common methods are trapping and deterrents.

Trapping involves physically removing the animal from the location. This works well for short term results and for initial population reductions. Deterrents are designed to make a specific area uncomfortable for the pigeon, forcing it to move elsewhere. The advantage to this method is that it is “always on” and displays long term effectiveness when maintained properly.

QUESTION:
I need help with some pigeon issues we are having at the home. We had a roofer come out for an inspection. When he took a look up top, he told us we have nests with eggs on our roof. We also have pigeon droppings around our entryway and driveway. Do you provide estimates? What prevention methods are used? Does the estimate include cleanup and removal of the existing problem? Thanks.
– Avondale AZ

ANSWER:
Absolutely we can come see what is going on. When we show up, we are not looking to just provide you with an estimate, but get started on the solution that very same day. After making sure of the species, we can offer cleanup, chemical sanitation, removal, ectoparasite treatments, exclusion, and many devices and tactics to resolve these problems.