Birds Nest Removal from Vents Chimneys or Roofs

As birds begin their migration from the southern United States, north to Canada in the early springtime, they are often looking for warm, dry and comfortable places to build their nests. Most often, as early as late February and March, homeowners start to experience concerns that birds may be nesting in their kitchen, bathroom or dryer vents. A clear indication that birds are nesting in your house vents, chimney, on the roof, or eaves trough is the appearance of nesting materials (straw and paper) where the vent or hole in the roof of your house is visible on the exterior of your home. Another clear indication of birds nesting in your home is the sound of birds chirping in a vent, chimney, and eaves trough or on the roof.

It is most important to remove any bird's nests that are existing in or on the structure of your home, before the springtime weather becomes warmer in temperature and especially if it is accompanied with a real increase in moisture and humidity in the air. Nesting birds in the structure of the home are a real problem for homeowners because with increasing warm temperatures and humidity and as the bird's nest matures and activity in the nest increases, eggs begin to hatch leading to a lot of dirt, feces (bird poop) and debris; the next clear indication that there is an existing birds nest within the structure of your home is a pest control issue often accompanied with an odor. If you are experiencing an odor, or a bird's nest in a kitchen or bathroom vent, it is very important to contact Atlanta Pest Control & Wildlife Removal Ltd. as soon as possible! An odor in the vent caused by a bird's nest, is in most cases and almost always accompanied by bird mites. Especially in very warm and humid weather bird mites reproduce rapidly, within 24 hours of an odor appearing, it is quite possible for noticeable active infestation of bird mites to appear in the room where the vent is located and then move forward from room to room in your home.

Our skilled tradesmen, wildlife removal technicians and structural pest control technicians will humanely remove the bird's nest from your home. They will clear the vent, hole in the roof or eaves trough of any bird nesting debris and most importantly spray for the extermination of bird mites, lice, fleas, ticks, mites or maggots, from your home. To ensure that bird's do not nest in the vent or hole in the roof again, they will properly screen the vent, or hole on the exterior of your home.

How to Stop a Woodpecker from Pecking My House.

The most important way to stop a woodpecker from pecking at your house is to try to find out why the woodpecker is pecking at your house. Is the woodpecker pecking at your house to create a large enough hole for the woodpecker to build a nest in, or is it pecking at your house, especially the exterior walls of your house to try and locate insects or bugs living in the wooden beams or stucco walls of your house? This information is most helpful in determining the best method of treatment for your home.

At Atlanta Pest Control and Wildlife Removal Ltd. our licensed pest control technicians will help you, over the telephone 416-391-4444, to determine why the woodpecker is pecking at your house and in talking to you, asking you questions about when and where you are seeing the woodpecker and where it is that the woodpecker is damaging your exterior walls, window frames, garage or shed. You the homeowner, providing us this information in as much detail as possible is very important to determining how to stop the woodpecker from pecking holes in your house. In talking to you we will determine whether to exterminate the insects in the wooden beams or stucco walls that the woodpecker likes to eat, or to treat the holes that the woodpecker has made in your home with various structural pest control products that the woodpecker does not like so that he will go away and stop damaging your house by pecking holes into it. Please contact us so that we can provide you with a solution to stop the woodpecker from pecking holes into your house.