Airport hangars and large warehouses with large doorways that remain open most of the time will invariably draw pest birds. These winged intruders will seek the lofty beams and upper spaces of a structure to build nests and roost. Once they've established themselves, they're not only difficult to remove but will draw other bird pests to compound the problem. And the problems are many. Bird nests interfere with lighting and maintenance operations. Bird droppings can eat into wiring and cause electrical shorts. This debris can also fall into machinery, parts and sub-assemblies, creating maintenance and repair issues down the line. Bird droppings can even create dangerous slip-and-fall hazards for workers and visitors.
While some hangars and warehouses use bird spikes to prevent bird pests from landing, and others use sonic systems to scare birds, many have found that excluding pest birds using quality bird netting works best for their particular bird problem. Through the years, bird netting has been shown to successfully exclude pest birds in a humane and effective manner. But which bird netting is best for the particular bird invading your hangar or warehouse? Some suggestions from the bird control experts at Bird-B-Gone:
What Size is Your Pest Bird?
Bird-B-Gone's Bird Net 2000 comes in several stock sizes and custom cuts up to 200 feet. Depending on the pest bird that's entering your facility, you have three different mesh sizes and several area sizes to choose from:
- 2-Inch Mesh for Seagulls & Large Pigeons. Sizes available include everything from 25' x 25' to 200' x 200'.
- 1-1/8-Inch Mesh for Smaller Pigeons & Starlings. Sizes available include everything from 25' x 25' to 50' x 100'.
- 3/4-Inch Mesh for All Birds. Sizes available include everything from 25' x 25' to 100' x 200'.
Designed to Exclude Bird Pests for Many Years
Industrial strength Bird Net 2000 features six strands of polyethylene UV-treated twine. Each strand is 12/100" thick. The filaments are twisted and knotted for superior strength and longevity. Effective in a broad range of commercial and industrial environments, the netting is pressure stretched and tightened. Its ISO 1806 and 9001 Protocol mesh tested in excess of 40 lbs. burst/break strength per twisted strand. The bird netting is temperature stable (from -250F to 270F) and rot and waterproof. Its also non-conductive, so you can use it around electrical systems and RF transmission antennas.
Specified by Architects
Bird Net 2000 has been specified in architectural plans and is commonly installed in commercial and industrial areas to prevent the many problems associated with bird droppings and nesting debris. Bird-B-Gone offers all the hardware you need to properly install the netting. The bird netting is backed by a 10-Year Guarantee and comes in black, stone or white to blend in with its background.
Bird-B-Gone is the worlds largest manufacturer and distributor of bird control products, providing effective and humane solutions to a bird-free environment. The company provides advice, training and installation services for those who need help with these and other bird control measures.