Why Choose AviAway?
AviAway is a bird control company that specializes in designing custom solutions to bird problems. We will talk with you, discuss your particular bird problem, and help you come up with a solution that will exclude birds as completely as possible and still work with your property's architecture. AviAway services all bird types, from seagulls and geese to barn swallows and sparrows. We work throughout the United States and Canada. We also offer free bird control solutions where we can walk you through, step-by-step, the best way to approach your bird problem.
Common Bird Problems in Cherry Hill
Nuisance Birds (Pigeons, Starlings, Sparrows)
Nuisance birds such as pigeons, starlings, and sparrows tend to find a source of food and nest nearby. Preferred nesting locations are usually closed, covered locations where the birds are protected from predators and the elements. Such areas include under solar panels, in the rafters of buildings, and on covered ledges. Once the birds nest, the problem can begin to get out of hand. The bird noises increase, the droppings increase, and the birds are more difficult to make leave. Top solutions for solving a bird problem in Cherry Hill are removing the birds' food sources and blocking off their nesting grounds with bird netting.
Seagulls Near Food
Seagulls are the other nuisance bird in Cherry Hill. Seagulls like to find a location with food, such as a food processing plant, a retail store, or near a restaurant, and stake out their claim on the area and the food and trash left outside. These birds will sift through the trash and can even take food out of customer's hands. The best seagull control methods in Cherry Hill are removing bird food sources and blocking off nesting grounds and/or installing seagull grid deterrent wire.
Tried and true solutions to all your bird control needs
Top solutions for removing nuisance birds from Cherry Hill are removing bird food sources and installing bird netting over their nesting grounds. Nuisance bird food sources include open trash containers, food strewn on the ground, and food intentionally left out for the birds. Open trash containers should be replaced with closed trash containers, discarded food should be picked up frequently by staff, and signs can be put up telling people not to feed the birds. The next step is to block off the birds' nesting grounds. Birds like to nest in closed, covered places like under HVAC units and in the rafters of canopies. These areas can be blocked off with bird netting. Bird netting is one of the most effective bird control implements and if installed correctly, it will block out birds with 100% effectiveness. If birds have already nested, we recommend calling in a bird control company to inspect the site. Moving a bird's nest yourself is illegal in almost all cases in North America and the birds could get territorial.
Solutions for getting rid of seagulls usually involve deterring birds from food sources, netting off their nesting grounds with bird netting, and/or installing seagull grid deterrent wire. Seagull food sources should be blocked off if at all possible. Open trash containers should be replaced with closed trash containers and dumpster areas should be kept clean. Dumpster areas can also be netted off with bird netting. Seagulls often tend to nest on rooftops and in trash compactor areas. These areas can often be netted off with bird netting. Seagull grid deterrent wire is the other big seagull solution. Grid deterrent wire consists of wires spread across a grid of raised poles. Seagulls are deterred from descending from the sky into the area by the wires. Seagull grid deterrent wire works well for rooftops, docks, marinas, and outdoor restaurant areas.
Our bird control specialists are here for you.
Give us a call and AviAway can help solve your bird control problem. We offer free consultations and can help you find the best way to approach your bird problem. Then, if you choose to move forward with us, we can work with you to design and implement a custom solution based on your architecture that will exclude birds for good.