Our inspection revealed that the previous bird deterrents were ineffective. The previous bird removal company installed spikes (pictured is bird spikes covered in bird nesting materials), bird eye balloons, and audio deterrents when the birds were already there.
They tried a bird deterrent that is designed to keep birds away before they become a problem. This was a useless technology for the situation. The bird problem continued and that's why they called Midwest Bird Control.
The most important aspect of any job is safety and compliance. This job required the use of a scissor lift. The Midwest Bird Control Team used fall protection harnesses as well as hard hats and safety glasses. We are prepared to wear the necessary PPE for any job including flame retardant clothing.
This utility company's warehouse is now protected against any size bird. Prior to the installation, equipment, product, or vehicles parked inside the warehouse were at risk of being contaminated by bird droppings. Now their property is protected from damage caused by bird droppings.
Once the bird netting was installed, the customer was happy with how discrete, but effective it was.
After this project was completed they contracted Midwest Bird Control to handle their three other locations in the spring of 2018.
When this job was inspected in 2004 birds were nesting in many areas under the stadium. Midwest Bird Control was required to work flexible hours to accommodate the University's schedules.
Installing the bird netting under the stadium presented different challenges. We had to work around the anchors in the cement and the stadium was rounded so we had to compensate to attach the net successfully. We completely wore out one Milwaukee Hammer Drill on this job.
This job required the use of a 60 foot drivable lift. Installation required working 40 feet off the ground. And many places were as high as 60 feet. Some areas required 32 foot ladders in order to access them.
This picture was taken in May of 2017: 13 years after the netting was installed. It's still protecting the stadium and the people that walk under it daily. They've been without a bird mess for 13 years now.
The inspection revealed starlings nesting inside pockets created where the roof touched the support beams. Droppings made a mess of the walk way and birds often flew at students when walking into school.
After the initial inspection, and prior to installation, the Midwest Bird Control Team cleans the site. A clean site looks good and provides safe working conditions.
The Midwest Bird Control Team had to work when the students were not there for safety reasons. We work around customers' schedules to get the job done right.
Properly installed bird netting looks professional and discrete. It will maintain its appearance and keep birds out for many years.
Safety Is The First Priority In Our Bird Control Services