Apex Environmental Services are a Hampshire based specialist Bird Control Company in the Pest Control Industry.

Responsiveness

Bird infestations can grow rapidly so we understand the need to act quickly when an infestation arises. This means that from the point of survey to providing a full bird control strategy with our recommendations will take no more than 24hrs. We provide bird control services across Hampshire, Berkshire and Surrey.

Dedicated Project Manager

Falling subject to a pest bird infestation can be a big nuisance. With Apex, you can be assured to deal with a dedicated Project Manager (BPCA Qualified) who will carry out the initial survey to understand your needs and then design your bespoke solution. Your PM will oversee the entire project for the duration of the work and will also carry out a QA visit once the job is complete.

2 Year Guarantee

We work to a very high standard and only use the best quality fixtures and fittings on our bird proofing installations. As such, we offer all of our clients a 2 year guarantee on fixtures and fittings on all of our bird proofing installed solutions. For a no obligation quote on bird control, call us now on 01256 578025


The implications of bird infestation

Birds can be pleasant animals to observe and are harmless in their natural habitats however when they begin to occupy and congregate on buildings and places of business, they soon become a nuisance pest issue. Birds are habitual creatures and once established on a building, professional intervention is often required to successfully move them on. Pigeons and Seagulls can cause the following issues on a site to name a few:

Pigeon infestation

			

Health & Safety implications

Fouling is slippery especially when wet and could leave you liable for injury sustained on your premises not to mention the bacteria contained within the guano such as E.Coli and Salmonella which could be harmful to health.

Secondary pest infestations

Insect such as mites and fleas are associated with birds and their nesting debris which could spread to internal areas of a building unless the primary issue is addressed.

Attacking staff and visitors

Seagulls in particular can be incredibly aggressive especially during their breeding cycle when they are protecting their young. They commonly ‘dive bomb’ anybody they perceive to be a threat who enters the vicinity of their nests and weighing up to 2kg with a flying speed of around 25mph, they can potentially inflict serious damage.

Increase building maintenance costs

Birds roosting and nesting on a building can often lead to avoidable maintenance costs for a business or household due to blocked gutters, dislodged roof tiles and potential loss of revenue to a business due to an adverse affect on reputation.

How Apex Environmental Services can help

We are a professional pest control company that specialises solely in bird control. Our team consist of experienced and knowledgable Project Managers who will initially assess the problem and provide a bespoke solution, Installation Contractors who will undertake the project to the highest level of workmanship and office support who ensure the whole process runs smoothly.

We aim to make every interaction with our clients a pleasant one so you can be sure that all of our team are friendly, Health & Safety conscious, flexible and highly qualified in this field with many years experience of identifying, advising and installing correct bird control solutions within current UK Law.

Questions & Answers

How do I arrange a site visit?

Feel free to fill out the enquiry form on the contact page and a member of the team will be in touch straight away. Alternatively do give us a call directly and we will be happy to arrange a site consultation over the phone.

The birds are nesting in a high location?

All of our contractors are have extensive Health & Safety and Working at Height training. We employ a number of methods to reach high and difficult to reach locations so there is always a safe access solution available for every scenario.

What is the best way to control birds?

All scenarios will require a different approach but the most sure way to prevent bird activity is to deny the birds opportunity to roost on a building which is always the beginning of any infestation. The services tab will explain in detail the varying degrees of control that are required from one client to the next so a bespoke solution is provided every time.

How can I prevent birds infesting my building?

Birds require 3 things to survive - food, shelter and water. Removal of these requirements makes the site less favourable and less prone to be occupied by birds.

What areas do you cover?

Our main areas of operation are Berkshire, Hampshire, Avon, Oxfordshire, Wiltshire and Buckinghamshire

Ascot, Slough, Iver, Maidenhead, Windsor, Wokingham, High Wycombe, Bracknell, Reading, Basingstoke, Theale, Newbury, Hungerford, Swindon, Bath, Bristol, Southampton, Romsey, Winchester, Portsmouth, Aldershot, Farnham, Fleet, Eastleigh, Andover, Gosport, Havant, Woking, Blackwater, Chippenham, Trowbridge, Devizes, Marlborough, Gloucester, Melksham, Calne, Aylesbury, Amersham, Hemel Hempstead, Beaconsfield, Chesham, Gerrards Cross, Denham, Burnham, Chalfont St Peter, Great Missenden, Princes Risborough

What species can you offer solutions for?

The typical bird issues that we encounter are Pigeons and Gulls however we also provide recommendations for smaller birds such as Starlings, and all within the terms dictated by UK legislation.

Contact us for more information

Not sure what solution you need? Would you like more information? Just drop us an email with any questions you have and we'll get back to you or call us on 01256 578025.

Apex Bird Control specialise in bird proofing services across Hampshire, Berkshire and Surrey; we provide bird netting, bird mesh, bird spikesand guano clearance services as well as post and wire bird control systems. For a professional and affordable bird control solution, speak to Apex today.

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