Pigeon Control Manchester - Information on Pigeons
Domestic & Commercial Pigeon Problems Solved
Pigeons roost and nest on horizontal surfaces on buildings and other structures that provide a small amount of shelter. Balconies, flat roofs, ledges, loft spaces and empty buildings are often used if the birds have access.
Peak pigeon breeding season is between March and July but feral pigeons can breed all year round. Normally 2 eggs are laid with 2-4 broods each year. The eggs are incubated for 18-19 days and the hatched chicks (squabs) are fledged and leave the nest after 30-37 days.
Pigeons carry a range of diseases such as salmonellosis, tuberculosis and ornithosis. Whilst there is no direct evidence that the diseases have been passed from pigeons to humans, the risk can not be discounted. Because of their potential to contaminate food and spread disease their presence in and around food premises cannot be tolerated.
Pigeon droppings are not only unsightly but can also cause long term damage to buildings. Droppings, nesting materials and feathers can block gutters and rainwater pipes causing blockages and water damage. Ladders and fire escapes coated in pigeon droppings become slippery and unsafe to use particularly in wet conditions.
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Why Choose PPS Pest Control Manchester For Pigeon Problems?
- Fast Emergency Call Out
- Local, Reliable Rapid Response
- Highly Experienced Pest Controllers
- Effective Solutions for Pigeon Problems
- Affordable Anti Perch Systems
- Certified RSPH Standards
- Registered NPTA Members
- Environmentally Friendly to Wildlife
- Over 30 Years Experience
- Discreet Low Cost Service
Pigeon Control in Manchester
Based in Manchester, PPS Pest Control Manchester are ideally located to provide pigeon control solutions in the Manchester area including: Didsbury, Chorlton, Burnage, Fallowfield, Salford, Trafford, Cheetham Hill, Prestwich and Worsley.
All work is carried out to the highest standards, and at very competitive prices. Our staff are fully qualified to NPTA (Level 2) Award in Pest Management and can carry out a free survey and provide a detailed report, itemising our findings, recommendations and the cost of providing this service.