Doing the bird exclusion is the first step, but what about the waste the birds leave behind? Bird fecal matter is one of the most hazardous feces out of any animal we encounter in the wildlife control industry. Over time the bird waste can develop harmful spores of bacteria that can potentially become attached to fiberglass insulation and become airborne. This is very dangerous because once the bird feces particles are airborne anyone can breath them in - if not wearing the proper safety equipment. Respirators should be worn by the wildlife removal technician when inspecting the attic area for damage & bird nesting material. Most animal removal companies can provide the service of remediating the bird waste & damaged insulation present inside the attic space. Tyvek suits should be worn when walking inside the contaminated attic, and taken off & bagged before coming back down into the house. Safety goggles are also important because particles can get caught inside a persons eyes and cause infection. Always be cautious when inspecting a bird infested attic. It is better to leave that part up to a professional wildlife control company because they should know all the proper safety regulations.
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Areas which are the source of the bird infestation commonly have bird waste dripping down from that area. That is one of the best signs of a bird infestation on a particular area. Other particles may be found such as feathers or scratch marks around the area of entry. Once the bird entry / exit area is located, an exclusion device will be put in place to allow the birds to exit the building. Live exclusion is the best method because in the end, everyone is safe and happy. The birds, too! Allowing nuisance birds to exit the building unharmed and proving the homeowner a permanent solution at the same time should be a bird removal companies main goal. We care about animals in this industry, we are not out to harm these animals in any way. Certain states simply have laws put in place that require us to euthanize certain animals, but never birds. Learn more by contacting the local business listed in your area about their bird eviction services. The attic should be thoroughly inspected to get an idea for the amount of damages that need repaired. It is never enough to just simply confirm the bird infestation of the attic and not do anything about the damage the nuisance wildlife birds leave behind. Aside from physically seeing the birds flying in and out of a spot, looking inside the attic can also be helpful because light from the outside is usually visible. This will give the wildlife control technician a good idea for where the birds are utilizing an entry / exit point. Call today for pro bird control.