Bird nets are made of plastic and are long-lasting, hygienic, good value for money, and do not harm the birds in any way. MPC has different mesh openings effective for different sized birds. Nets protect structures from pigeons, mynas, and sparrows
Introducing bird spikes, the effective solution to keep pesky pigeons at bay. If you’re tired of dealing with constant bird droppings, damage to property, and the annoyance of birds nesting in unwanted areas, then bird spikes are the answer you’ve been looking for.
Bird spikes are specifically designed to deter pigeons and other birds from landing or roosting on ledges, rooftops, signs, and other surfaces. These spikes are made from durable materials such as stainless steel or polycarbonate, ensuring long-lasting effectiveness.
Bird netting, also known as pigeon netting, is a highly effective solution for controlling bird populations and preventing them from causing damage or creating nuisances in various settings. Whether it’s a commercial building, agricultural area, or residential property, bird netting offers an efficient and humane way to keep birds at bay.
The primary purpose of pigeon netting is to create a physical barrier that denies birds access to certain areas. Made from durable materials such as polyethylene or nylon, these nets are designed to withstand harsh weather conditions and the pecking of persistent birds.
When it comes to dealing with pesky pigeons, Progressive offers a non-lethal alternative through our bait and trap program. This comprehensive solution is much more involved than our lethal option, as it requires a series of steps to effectively remove the birds from your property.
The first step in our bird trapping program is site selection. Our experts will assess your location to identify the areas where pigeons are most active and likely to be trapped. This ensures maximum effectiveness in capturing the birds.
Next, we proceed with trap installation. Our team will strategically place traps in the identified areas, taking into consideration factors such as bird behavior and patterns.