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Bird Control Services for The State of Tennessee

Tennessee is a landlocked state and its capital, centrally-located Nashville, is the 23rd largest city in the nation, mostly in thanks to the fact that it houses the original country music scene. The long running Grand Ole Opry showcases Tennessee's talent with it being home to numerous honkytonks as well! In Memphis you will find Graceland where Elvis

Tennessee Bird Control Experts

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This bird is known to sing over 200 calls, including those of other birds, insects, amphibians, and even mechanical noises that they have heard before! Due to this, they were a popular caged bird in early 1900s.

The Tennessee State Bird is the Northern Mockingbird a.k.a. Mimus Polyglottos

Presley lived out his life; also Rock n' Roll pioneer Sun Studio which has hosted many musical talents (including Johnny Cash and Jerry Lee Lewis) and Beale Street in downtown Memphis that features blues clubs like BB King’s Blues Club.

Tennessee is a state that has many different landscapes. If you are looking for something more flat and low, head to the west where rivers flow through an area of fertile farmland with plenty of history on display in its urban areas. The middle section offers rolling hills which were once home to Native Americans but now have some great opportunities for hiking trails as well as family-friendly activities such as Dollywood amusement park just outside Pigeon Forge! Finally, if challenging terrain sounds appealing then don't forget about Tennessee's East region--home to the Appalachian Mountains and Great Smoky Mountain National Park--it will provide hours worth of adventure up high above sea level or down by waterfalls surrounded by beauty at every turn.


Its varying landscape contains numerous species of birds, 423 to be exact, as of 2020. It is home to even the rarest of bird species, including the Cerulean Warbler, which is on an endangered species watchlist. Some of the less desireable birds, such as starlings and pigeons, are unfortunately the ones that love to make their presence known by roosting in the major cities and causing stress and damage to homeowners houses and commercial buildings alike.

Common Tennessee Pest Birds

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Why Bird Control Is Necessary

Birds are one of the most common pests we see in our day to day lives. Especially when it comes to droppings, which can carry diseases and nesting materials that can cause fires! Birds often build nests on HVAC grates or other parts of your house where they may put you at risk for a fire hazard, water damage, and more. One not-so-fun part about being around birds is that there's always a mess of


droppings and feathers, no matter how often you try to clean it- and their dropping actually make holes in things as tough as concrete walls due to the high level of acidity. So if you have any experience with this type of situation our recommendation would be getting professional help ASAP before these pesky critters really start doing damage.

If you are trying to make sure this never happens to you at all, you have the right idea. Implementing prevention tactics are often the cheapest most effective methods of keeping pest birds away from your home or business. Installing bird deterrents before an infestation can take place is always better than doing it after the fact, as you don’t have to worry about costs of cleanup and repair to anything they may have damaged. Other steps you can take towards prevention of pest bird infestation are outlined below, and are so simple you can begin practicing them today!

Common Effects of Pest Bird Infestations

  • Bird droppings can cause the breakout of several diseases and the multiplication of parasites like mealworms, chicken mites, and even bed bugs.


  • Large populations of birds can be noisy, especially at night when they are right on your roof.


  • Nests can clog your drains and that will lead to a big problem with water drainage.


  • Food contamination is highly likely if they are around food processing outfits or eateries.


  • Pest bird presence can lead to penalties from public health officers.


  • Bird droppings on sidewalks can result in slips when they are mistakenly stepped upon.


  • Bird droppings can stain, corrode, and cause other damages to the building materials.

Avoid Developing Bird Infestations Around Your Home or Building

  • Clean your gutters and eliminate other forms of standing water in your areas. Availability of water to drink can attract them.


  • Avoid all kinds of projections like ledges around your wall. Birds can easily roost on them.


  • Trim all trees and prune them very regularly. The more leaves they have the more they can provide shelter for birds.


  • Cover all trash cans, as they can attract not only pest birds like pigeons but other unwanted wildlife as well.


  • Clean all outdoor surroundings consistently. If your pet mistakenly upsets your trash can, quickly clean it up as some of the food remnants can attract birds, and once they know where the food is, they stay there.


  • Avoid feeding pest birds at all costs, as it is a form of encouragement for them to stay even longer. This includes bird feeders that arent weight controlled.


  • Seal all openings through which small birds can enter your building.


  • Ensure all vent, loft, and eave openings are permanently blocked.


  • Install door strips on any exterior doors, to prevent the entrance of all birds.

Why Choose AviAway?

Why not use our expert team to get rid of your pest bird problem? Whether you need one pigeon or thousands, we'll have the right solution for you. We've got a highly trained staff who knows exactly how each species operates and what methods work best against them. From prevention, all the way through cleanup, we have the means to solve any problem you throw at us.


Birds can be a nuisance and leave behind unsightly messes. But never fear, we have the right solutions to keep them at bay! Our experts will speak with you about your situation so they know how to implement our strategies most effectively for your needs. No need to worry about a company installing ineffective control methods where you don’t see results. All of our control methods have been tried and tested to consistently provide you with the results you need, guaranteed.


AviAway's range of eco-friendly products and services are the best way to keep your property pest-free without harming any birds. We're safe, environmentally conscious, and humane so that you never have to worry about chemicals or anything harmful getting near wildlife, without sacrificing the efficiency that rids your home of pest birds immediately!

  • Steel and Polycarbonate (plastic) Bird Spikes

  • Heavy Duty Bird Exclusion Netting 3/4" mesh and 2" mesh

  • Bird Tension Wire Systems 

  • Electrified Track Systems (Avishock)

  • Ledge Exclusion (Aviangle)

  • Structural Alteration 

  • Sonic and Ultrasonic Sound Units

  • Bird Removal (Targeting Programs)

  • Live Capture and Removal

Bird Control Solutions for Every Situation

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The AviAway team aims at offering better solutions so people can enjoy their homes without having any problems due to unwanted bird intruders like noise and droppings all around your property. Were here to get you back to living in peace, with results guaranteed to please.


If pest birds plaguing your backyard, or you dread the number of bird droppings that will need to be scrubbed off and hosed down later in the day, or worse yet--the damage they might do to your home or business, fear not! AviAway has got it covered. We offer a range of services from deterrents that keep them away for years without fail, modifications to ledges and overhangs so nests don't form there anymore, or removal services should one happen across a nest already set up somewhere unsafe and damaging nearby. Get free estimates by setting up a phone consultation with our trained professionals who know what's going on in your area and can serve you best. Call us today, at (865) 666-7800.

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