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Our Express Dartford Bird Proofing Solutions

The incessant squawking, rustling and patting of feet, can get on the last nerve of even the calmest of people. Birds bring not only noise pollution into your home, they often carry other, often un-thought of, annoyances to your property. With birds can come diseases, other pest problems (such as fleas, mites and ticks) and property damage caused by their droppings. To negate such problems, your need to call a company that provides first class bird proofing in Dartford that you can trust.

Our Xpress bird control service in Dartford will aim at keeping birds from landing on your property through non-harmful, humane means. Our fully trained and qualified pest control experts are able to provide bird removal in Dartford 24 hours a day, all year long. This gives you the option of having bird proofing in Dartford completed at your convenience.

Our phoneline is always open, with an expert on the line to help provide you with the solutions you need, ensuring birds no longer land on your domestic or commercial property. Our expert will be able to give you a free quote over the phone for our bird control service in Dartford with no call out charge. What is better, we do not believe in hidden fees or costs, meaning that you will be given a both fair and competitive local rate. Bird control in Dartford made simple and effective.

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Bird Spikes

When implementing bird spikes in Dartford, it will help prevent the irreversible damage caused to your roof, windowsill or building in general. We supply and install a range of bird spikes for any type of property in Dartford. This method of bird control is approved by the RSPB and PICAS. This is one of the most effective forms of bird deterrent. Rather than harming the bird, this will stop them from landing on your commercial or domestic property all together.

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Bird Netting

This method works by preventing the birds from reaching the target area all together. Bird netting, 50mm spacing, will stop pigeons from landing on your roofs or reaching your fruits and vegetables. Bird netting may also be used to protect fisheries and fish wildlife reserves from predator birds. Our Dartford bird control experts can install this bird proofing device with the minimum of disruption.

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Gel Pads

If you require bird proofing in Dartford that is slightly more subtle, having gel pads installed on your property may be the answer. Birds will land on these and gradually feel a burning sensation on their feet. This prevents the birds from staying on the roof of your domestic or commercial property for any considerable length of time. This method does not harm the birds, nor is it poisonous. It simply acts as a bird deterrent for properties in Dartford.

Dartford Pest Control Testimonials

Customer Name: Mrs R Larkin.
I had reason to call and use your company on Tuesday 07/12/2010, your engineer by the name of Mr G. Lilloy came to my property. I would like to commend this engineer who painstakingly worked well above and beyond his call of duty. Would you please pass on my commendation to him and although i had let him know how much i appreciated his work at the time, I would like it to be made official. An excellent and competant engineer.

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Example Of Our Pest Services

Moles burrow up from underground to leave molehills of soil in gardens. They are exterminated using traps placed over existing molehills, which snares them immediately. If the traps do not work, poison gas can be piped into the ground using the existing molehills.

To prevent moles making an appearance, small devices that emit a high-frequency pulse can be employed. However, this is not recommended if family pets are in the vicinity.

Moles are virtually blind, and have very primitive eyes; in most species, the eyes are only capable from distinguishing light from dark. Some species do not have eyes at all.