Birdteq were sub contracted by Timberwise to stop Herring gulls nesting on the roofs of this pub in Paignton, Devon.
It took two kilometers of stainless steel pigeon spiking to proof all the tubular steel horizontals and the RSJ beams and deal with Heathrow Terminal 4's feral pigeon problem.
Feral Pigeons were roosting on the tower and their droppings were blocking drainage outlets. The fouling was cleared and the tower was netted.
During a £25 million revamp. Exeter City council required many areas to be netted to prevent gulls and pigeons from nesting around sensitive environmental control plant areas. Stipulations had to be met, there were net height restrictions in several areas and no drilling was allowed in certain areas.
Feral Pigeons were perching all over the front of the church and were fouling on ledges and the pavement. Fouling cleared, pigeon spikes and bird nets fitted.
One of our surveyors went to this Bristol branch looking for deals - he came out with a purchased sofa and a contact number to their head office. Feral pigeons were roosting behind the sign and up under the canopy.
We installed bird wire and spikes to the ledges surrounding House of Fraser, Exeter to prevent feral pigeons from perching.
Crediton Town Council were having problems with feral pigeons roosting under the roof of the town's war memorial. After a clean up and decontamination, we installed bird netting to prevent the pigeons returning.