The Grand Canyon State has its share of pest birds, not the least of which are pigeons. But unlike some states, many commercial sites have solar panels on their roofs. When pigeons nest under these panels or poop on the top of them, the panels can be damaged and/or lose their efficiency. In addition, pigeons deface and damage many commercial properties, leaving disease-carrying droppings everywhere.
There’s also the Arizona Woodpecker, a bird that can cause extensive and costly damage to sidings and beams. Starlings and house sparrows are two other birds whose feathers, nesting materials, and dried droppings gather in the intakes of HVAC equipment to spread dust, allergens, and pathogens throughout a building.
Bird B Gone’s Solar Panel Deterrent Kit includes a weather resistant mesh that effectively blocks pest birds from nesting or roosting under the panels. Installation is a snap, without drilling, and the mesh is virtually invisible when installed. Equally effective is the Stainless Steel Bird Spike, which comes in 1-, 3-, 5- and 8-inch splay widths and a 10-year guarantee.
Bird B Gone’s BeakGuard Woodpecker Deterrent is an elastomeric acrylic finish that discourages woodpeckers from attacking siding and other vulnerable areas. The compound won't hurt woodpeckers or other birds.
For Starlings & House Sparrows
Ideal for deterring as many as 22 different species of birds, Bird B Gone’s Solar Bird Chase Super Sonic device broadcasts distress and predator calls that intimidate these birds.
Bird-B-Gone is the world’s 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 in every state for those who need help with these and other bird control measures.