Bird Control

Those Bird Tweets That Aren’t So Sweet

Whether it’s constant squawking or you’re just looking to get the droppings off your car, sidewalk, and house, birds can be a pest. Before putting out poison, (or the cat) there’s a few things you should know.

Knowing what species you have a problem with should be the first step in your plan of attack. The most common pest species are pigeons, seagulls, starlings, and house sparrows. All are known for their loud chirping and large flocks. Their droppings tend to erode buildings, particularly stone, and the paint off of cars. They can be territorial and, consequently, aggressive towards you and your family, or those who frequent your business.

When a bird settles into an area, they look for an adequate source of food (insects, seeds, garbage), a place to build their nest and available water. Signs of intrusion include blocked pipes (from nests or associated debris), noticeable high-concentration areas of droppings, nonstop bird noises, feathers on your property and, for commercial properties, damaged packaging from birds investigating.

The ABC’s In Bird Control

While wildlife protection laws prevent you from killing the birds or potentially disturbing their nests, you can protect your property from an unsavory influx. Check these tips in bird control and apply whenever applicable: 

  1. Keeping garbage in closed bins cuts down on the availability of food. 
  2. Ensure your family or customers know not to feed the birds or leave food out for them.
  3. Nets and wires strung over roosting areas can prevent birds from resting on the ledges of your building or nesting in your eaves. 
  4. There are also bird cages you can bait, although these must be checked several times a day to prevent unintended stress caused by lack of food or water.

Choose Only Safe, Humane And Effective Bird Control Experts

Illiana Wildlife Services deal with pests safely and humanely. Our focus on pests, as well as property, sets us above other pest control and wildlife companies. We know local laws concerning wildlife and specialize in the restoration of damages caused by pests. This means we have an intimate knowledge of bird control and, more importantly, how to prevent birds from coming back by limiting their access to favorable spots around your home or business.

Our business hours are 7am-7pm, convenient for those with busy schedules. Give us a call and let us know how Illiana Wildlife and Pest Control can help you eliminate your pests.

Quality Service Makes Happy Customers

These testimonies were submitted by customers we have worked on. Their true stories are a part of our collection of featured testimonies that we treasure. With the good service we have provided, they have considered us their go-to pest and wildlife control company. Here’s what they say:

“Bob, Keith and Matt were excellent! From start to finish! I had bats removed, my attic cleaned out and disinfected, and new insulation put in. They are friendly, down-to-Earth, helpful, and clean. They are up front and explain the process very simply. Easy to work with.” – Liz P

“This was the second pest control business that came to our house. I wasted a decent amount of money on the first one before calling Illiana. Wish I’d called them first! The owner, Bob, is extremely knowledgeable and more than fair. I highly recommend this place!” – Tammy

“Kind, courteous, and they get the job done!” – Kathy Chidester

Illiana Bird Removal And Control Is A Ten Out Of Ten

Illiana Wildlife and Pest Control Services guarantees to address your bird control needs in Northwest Indiana as soon as you give us a call. We also offer repairs for damage caused by birds or their roosts or nests. 

Our advantage of knowing where pests are likely to hide stems from our broad knowledge in pests damage repairs. Our bird removal and control system is always in line with Northwest Indiana bird control standards and policies. Your ideal bird control service in Northwest Indiana is just a call away!

 

Illiana Wildlife and Pest Control

378 N 450 E, Valparaiso, IN 46383

IN 219-464-7966

IL 708-320-0004