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Monthly Archives: February 2019

Seagull Removal

Seagulls and other coastal birds can be a huge problem for both commercial and residential properties near the shore or landfills. Effective seagull control is necessary to keep your home or business protected. Gulls can bring disease, noise pollution, trash, and property damage.

Shore Gulls

Seagulls and other seabirds like to make nests on roofs or on high perches, such as commercial signage. High, flat places are best for them, as they are reminiscent of the cliff edges that they naturally roost on.

Landfill Birds

Seagulls are often attracted to areas of landfills, where food is in heavy abundance, and there are plenty of trash hills to perch on. Homes and businesses near landfills can suffer from roving flocks of seagulls that can emerge from the landfills. These flocks will often make nests in the surrounding areas, specifically on flat-roofed buildings

Humane-Seagull Removal

Just like with pigeons, seagulls can be a nuisance to property owners. They can be taken care of, relocated, and deterred in a similar fashion to pigeons. Seagull feces can be corrosive and can harbor disease, so proper clean up and removal of waste is vital.

We specialize in removing snakes, raccoons, and other pests in the New York New Jersey area. For a complete inspection and evaluation please contact us or call us at 917-633-0888 and we will be happy to make an appointment at your convenience.

Preparing for the Spring

Winter is coming to an end in the upcoming months and it is time to prepare for all of those pesky rodents to come out from hibernation. Once out of hibernation animals such as squirrels, mice and groundhogs will begin looking for food and a mate.
Animals such as these will search for food anywhere they can find it, including garbage pails, basements, sheds and garages, or even through the walls of your home. And once they find a source of food they will choose to live close by or even in your home. The yearly cycle of a squirrel is such; find food and shelter, find a mate, raise the babies and stock up on food, and lastly hibernate. These rodents cycle through the same process yearly and if the correct measures aren’t taken your home may be victim to becoming a breeding ground for all sorts of rodents.
Be sure to properly dispose of your trash in liners and covered pails to prevent animals from seeking it out and calling your house their home. Also ensure that your basement and garage windows are kept closed and be sure that all openings are secure and sealed.
We specialize in removing squirrels, mice, and other pests in the New York New Jersey area. For a complete inspection and evaluation please contact us or call us at 917-633-0888 and we will be happy to make an appointment at your convenience.

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