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Tinton Falls

New Jersey

Your local pest bird control specialists. Offering complete bird control solutions, from design to installation.

Why Choose AviAway?

AviAway is a full-service bird control provider. We service all bird control problems, from sparrows and seagulls to turkey vultures and geese. We talk with you, discuss your bird problem, and come up with a solution that will get birds off your property. We offer bird control services throughout the United States and Canada. To get in contact with us for a bird control job, you can fill out a form and receive a free quote in your email or you can schedule a free consultation with us and we will talk on the phone.

Common New Jersey Pest Birds

Common Bird Problems In Tinton Falls

Nuisance Birds (Pigeons, Starlings, Sparrows)

Nuisance birds are one of the biggest problems in Tinton Falls. These types of birds like to find a nearby source of food and nest. They prefer to nest in covered, enclosed locations where they are protected from predators and the elements like under solar panels, in the rafters of buildings and canopies, and under bridges. Once they nest, the bird troubles tend to grow larger. The bird noises get louder, the bird droppings increase, and the birds are harder to make leave. Top bird control solutions for getting rid of nuisance birds in Tinton Falls are removing bird food sources and blocking off their nesting grounds with bird netting.

Seagulls

Seagulls are the other bird problem in Tinton Falls. Living close to the shore, these birds tend to move inland where they can scavenge food. Typical seagull problems occur at a location where they can find food, like a food processing plant, a town dump, a restaurant, or retail stores. These birds love eating discarded food or food left out in the trash. If there are people around, the birds can even try to take food directly from customers. The birds can also nest nearby, increasing the scope of the problem. The best ways to deal with seagull problems are to remove bird food sources, install bird netting over their nesting grounds, and to install seagull grid deterrent wire.

Tried and true solutions to all your bird control needs

Solutions for removing nuisance birds like pigeons, starlings, and sparrows usually include removing bird food sources and blocking off their nesting grounds with bird netting. Bird food sources are open trash containers, discarded food 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, and people should be reminded not to feed the birds. Once the birds' food sources are removed, the next step is to block off their nesting grounds with bird netting. The covered, enclosed locations birds like to nest in can almost always be blocked off with bird netting. Bird netting is one of the most reliable bird control solutions and if installed properly, will block birds out with 100% effectiveness.

Top ways to stop seagulls in Tinton Falls are taking away seagull food sources, blocking off their nesting grounds, and installing seagull grid deterrent wire. To remove seagull food sources, cover up open trash containers (including dumpster areas), pick up discarded food frequently by staff, and remind people not to feed the birds themselves. The next step is to block off their nesting grounds. This is best accomplished with bird netting, which can be used to block off seagull nesting locations like rooftops, chimneys, and trash areas. Extra protection can be installed with seagull grid deterrent wire, which is a series of wires spread in a grid formation across raised poles which blocks seagulls from descending to ground level. Grid deterrent wire works well for docks, marinas, restaurants, and rooftops.

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.