Bird netting to stop Pigeons

Why Invest in Bird Control?

Birds can be very damaging to your property. In fact, they create millions of dollars in damage every year. When they nest, they can create hazardous conditions that require a substantial amount of cleanup. Bird infestations not only create property damage, but health hazards, liability issues, and can even spread disease.

With Spring Around the Corner, Prevention is Key

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As the snow thaws and daylight hours increase, a number of pest animals make their way back into our backyards, gardens, gutters, and more places we plan to spruce up for the warmer months. Pest birds and animals can not only wreak havoc on budding flowers and plants, but they can also carry transmissible zoonotic diseases and create an unhealthy environment.
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Keep Your Property Free of Pests

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Pest animal and bird problems are a worldwide concern. Bird-X has a dedicated retail team, taking customer calls every day and assisting new users with our devices, troubleshooting installation questions, advising on new products, and educating people who are first-time users or are dealing with their first pest animal issue.
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Bird-X Sales Team Attends PestWorld 2016 in Seattle, WA

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During the third week of October, Bird-X account managers flocked…
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Bird-X Highlights Most Commonly Received Customer Questions

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If there’s one thing we know, it’s birds! Our Customer Service…
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Bird-X Products “Show” Up at National Theatre of Costa Rica

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Breaking Into New Industries—The Bird-X Approach

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In golf, a ‘birdie’ is usually a good thing. After attending…

The Faces of Bird-X

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What’s it like to work in bird control? Three members from…
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The High Cost of Neglecting Bird Control

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On February 25th 2016, The News Center in West Virginia reported…
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Don’t Let the Bed Bugs Bite

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What creature feeds on humans and lives in the dark? No, it’s…