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Bird Spike Installation Services

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Methods of bird control include physical deterrents, visual deterrents, multi-sensory deterrents, sonic devices, trained birds of prey (balconry), chemicals, contraceptives and active barriers, among others. Birds usually adapt quickly to most static bird control devices because the birds adapt after exposure to false threats. The avian control devices that are most effective either physically "block" the birds or "actively modify behavior" using a mild harmless shock.

Physical bird deterrents include such products as steel or plastic spike systems, bird netting, electrified wire systems, non-electrified wire systems, electrified track systems, slope barriers, mechanical spiders, chemical foggers and more. Sharp bird spikes can pierce and impale birds, while "blocking" and "shocking" methods do not harm birds. Unfortunately, blunt tip bird spikes may still impale birds on windy days. The safer shocking and blocking methods simply repel birds from an area with no harm. We recommends the use of bird netting, bird wire, contraceptives and low-current electric barriers. Many different bird control products are used widely throughout the U.S. and the world with low current shocking wire and strips, netting, and mesh being the most effective bird control methods. Companies recommended by the Human Society that create these kinds of products include.


How to install spike: 

(1) All areas that you intend to stick the spikes onto should be cleared, ensuring that they’re clean, dry, and free from pigeon droppings.

(2) Squeeze the pigeon spike fixing silicone generously onto the base of the spike (about as thick as your pinky; thicker if the surface of the ledge is           uneven).

(3) Stick the base of the spike level with the edge of the pipe or ledge, so that there’s a slight overhang of the spike pins. Press the base down firmly         so that the glue oozes out through the little holes.

(4) If the gap behind the first spike is greater than 2 ½ inches, pigeons will get in behind them. It will therefore be necessary to put another row

     of spikes into this space to block it.

(5) For very wide ledges, 3 or more rows of spikes will be necessary. Note: make sure the gap between rows is no greater than 2 ½ inches.

(6) Grooves along the base of the spike enable them to snap into segments to fit small gaps.

(7) Every effort should be made to spike all possible landing sites. Pigeons can land on even the smallest piece of ledge or pipe. Snap spikes into            pieces to finish off rows or spike small pipes, etc. 


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Bird Spike Installation Services
Bird Spike Installation Services