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The exterior inspection focuses on any architectural feature that provides a place for a bird to sit and/or roost. Outward signs of bird activity are bird droppings below area where birds are sitting, the presence of feathers, nesting materials and/or eggs/chicks. Birds tend to sit on:
The pest professional makes thorough notes of all findings and always invites the customer to participate in the inspection process. He then develops a graph and site plan, and takes relevant photos to document his findings.
The technician physically removes the nesting materials, eggs, etc. He bags the debris and seals the bag for off-site disposal. Caution: The tech must wear a respirator or dust mask and gloves when physically removing nesting materials and fecal matter. If the job is large, use of a Tyvek suit and respirator are required.
Sanitation and Power Wash
Before deterrent measures are installed, the tech performs clean-up procedures to remove evidence of the bird infestation and sanitize affected surfaces. This is primarily focused on power washing dried fecal material from canopy tops, walls, sidewalks, benches, etc.
Control and/or Exclusionary Measures
Based on the conditions of the infestation, the technician installs one or more of the following bird deterrents: