Bird Control, Removal & Proofing
No job too big or Small
Bug Boyz Pest Control can bird proof your home or business. Pigeons and Starlings
are two very common Pests. These birds can roost in your roof, under pergolas,
stadiums, warehouses and even large palm trees. The team at Bug Boyz can carry
out a safe effective bird control system for you, removal and Proof the areas where
they roost. We do this by using the Eagle eye system, spikes or netting.
Pigeons and Starlings can leave a mess with their droppings and nests. The pigeon
droppings are very toxic which can lead to health problems. Starlings carry a type of
lice which can also cause health problems to humans and pets.
is a low-profile electrified track designed to discretely deter birds away from architecture
WHERE TO USE: Any surface where total exclusion is the goal, and low
visibility is key; parapets, roof peaks, beams, ledges.
TARGET: All species of bird including
BIRD PRESSURE: All pressure levels
MATERIAL UV-stabilized PVC and Stainless Steel
INSTALLATION: Track glues to surface, electrical connectors allow current
to flow from one track to the next.
Eagle Eye System
The Eagle Eye bird chaser is the most effective open area bird deterrent in the world today.
Birds become disoriented and irritated by the reflected light beams that flash at various angles from the rotating Eagle Eye units. The light bands, including the ultraviolet and infrared bands in the light spectrum are reflected back to the bird imitating the presence of a predator bird.
This causes the bird to deviate in flight and fly to another destination. It does not affect sitting birds but hinders the bird at the angle which they come in to land at their destination. Once chased away from their sitting position the bird will eventually not return to where the Eagle Eye is installed.
NIGHTMARE Sound System
NIGHTMARE Sound System uses ultrasonic sound waves from 10078 hertz up to 15354 hertz to discourage birds such as starlings and Indian Mynas from roosting over night. The sound output is non-repeating, and even the output time is varied between 450 and 2500 milliseconds, so the birds do not become accustomed to the sound pattern.