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  • BSU Hamburg 3
  • BSU Hamburg 7
  • Calais Skylight
  • Cosmetics Sign 1
  • Cosmetics Sign 2
  • Eppendorf
  • FD Sign Before
  • FD Sign After
  • Il Centro 2
  • Il Centro 3
  • Vogele Sign Before
  • Vogele Sign After

01

Retail & commercial buildings

For company headquarters, shopping centres, and other commercial buildings anything that detracts from “the client experience” is a no-no, unsightly mess caused by pigeons particularly so. Common problems include:

  • Fouling below entrances, signs or light fittings
  • Fouling of glass facades
  • Pigeons on restaurant or café tables.

Bird Free provides an immediate solution to such problems. In most cases it is invisible from ground level.

Birds will often nest or roost behind, or inside the letters of signs. Bird Free will keep the birds away, and, at 8mm high, the dishes will be invisible from below.

Before Bird Free...

After Bird Free...

  • Bellinzona Bell
  • Bellinzona Parapet
  • Chiesa Della Spina
  • Heaton Hall
  • Lorca
  • Mainz University
  • Mostario De S Clara
  • Muscat
  • Parliamento De La Rioja
  • Todi

02

Historic Buildings & Churches

Rather than bats in the belfry, historic buildings or churches are much more likely to suffer from a severe infestation of feral pigeons. In many cases such infestations will have continued for decades, or even centuries, becoming progressively worse.

To eliminate such long-standing infestations, pigeons must be deterred from returning to their nests and habitual night roosts. Given that pigeons will always return to where they were born, this is not an easy task. It is, therefore, unsurprising that traditional methods often fail to exclude resident pigeons from such sites.

Bird Free, on the other hand, is proven to deter feral pigeons from returning to their nests and night roosts permanently, and has caused large colonies of pigeons to abandon their long-standing habitats inside many churches and other historic buildings. As such, it is the only bird repellent gel authorised by the Health & Safety Executive for use in the UK.

Most heritage officers will readily agree to installation of Bird Free as it requires no mechanical fixings, is easily reversible, and is virtually invisible from below.

  • Silo
  • Wuppertal
  • Sherwin Williams
  • Rosenheim
  • Rhein Kratfwerk
  • Cuxhaven
  • Corner
  • Casino Admiral
  • Cargill Hamburg
  • Cable Tray
  • Cable Tray Before
  • Cable Tray After
  • BMS 1061

03

Factories, warehouses & plant

If you suffer from fouling of goods or machinery in your warehouse or factory this is most likely because pigeons are nesting/roosting in the most sheltered spots at high level, where they feel most secure. Tell-tale signs of such a pigeon infestation are visible concentrations of pigeon droppings on the floor, and/or down the wall, below:

  • Vertical beams that support the roof, usually in corners or against a wall
  • Cable trays
  • The void behind the top of a roller shutter door
  • Surfaces close to heating equipment.

Most such pigeon infestations can be eradicated by a three-step solution:

  • Identify the pigeon nests/night roosts
  • Clean/disinfect the nests/night roosts
  • Treat nests/night roosts with Bird Free.

This three-step process will cause the resident pigeons to abandon the whole site, provided there is no food source available to them inside the building. There is no need to treat all the beams or other surfaces where they might perch during the day once they have been excluded from their core habitats. 

In a colony of pigeons each pair will have its own designated nesting site. Once these designated nesting sites have been made uninhabitable, the whole colony will abandon the site to find another habitat.

  • UMCG 1
  • UMCG 2
  • Rawdon House
  • Rathaus Sonnerberg
  • Quiron Dexeus
  • Princess Building
  • Perugia Hospital 1
  • Perugia Hospital 2
  • Perugia Hospital 3
  • Oldham Town Hall
  • Middlesex
  • Jardim Da Manga
  • Glasgow
  • AXIS Passage

04

Public Buildings & Hospitals

Municipal buildings, libraries, hospitals, post offices and other large public buildings, especially those with ornate architectural features, afford an ideal habitat for feral pigeons.

Hospitals frequently suffer from pigeon infestations. This is due to the shelter provided by enclosed courtyards and air conditioning equipment, for example, and to the presence of food sources.

For hospitals, where hygiene is critical, correct application of Bird Free will cause resident pigeons to abandon their roosts overnight.

Whether pigeons are causing hygiene issues, or simply an unsightly mess, Bird Free is a discreet and effective solution. Many facilities managers working in the public sector have finally been able to solve their pigeon problems where other methods have failed.

Most architects and heritage officers will readily agree to installation of Bird Free because it requires no mechanical fixings, is easily reversible and is virtually invisible from below.

  • Waterloo
  • Mumbai Airport
  • Manchester
  • Kings Cross
  • Helsinki
  • Hamburg
  • Bristol
  • Berlin

05

Railway stations or airports

Railway stations and airports afford both shelter and food, making them popular habitats for feral pigeons. Pigeon nests are typically found behind departure boards, on girders immediately below canopies or rooves, on top of light fittings, or even inside false ceilings where service equipment is located.

At railway stations and airports, Bird Free will need to be applied to nesting sites, to sheltered spots where pigeons habitually roost, and to loafing areas close to food sources. Berlin, Glasgow, Hamburg and Mumbai are some of the airports where Bird Free has been successfully installed.

  • Prestons Road 1
  • Prestons Road 2
  • Prestons Road 3
  • Landmark
  • Insulators CA
  • iMG 2030
  • Hong Kong Capacitors
  • Dolphin Yard 1
  • Dolphin Yard 2
  • Centro Sicilia 1
  • Centro Sicilia 2
  • Bridgewater House
  • Williams Tower After
  • Pylon Saudi Arabia

06

Car parks, bridges and other structures

Car parks: the many nooks and crannies typically found in car park structures make them ideal nesting/roosting habitats for feral pigeons. Their urban setting also means that there are always food sources close by. Pigeon infestations inside car parks can be eradicated by a three-step solution:

  • Identify the pigeon nests/night roosts
  • Clean/disinfect the nests/night roosts
  • Treat nests/night roosts with Bird Free.

This three-step process will cause the resident pigeons to abandon the entire car park, even underground car parks with low light levels. There is no need to treat all the beams or other surfaces where they might perch during the day once they have been excluded from their core habitats.

In a colony of pigeons each pair will have its own designated nesting site. Once these designated nesting sites have been made uninhabitable, the whole colony will abandon the site to find another habitat.

Bridges and flyovers: pigeons are often found nesting under bridges and flyovers. (Droppings on the pavement below attest to their presence.) Left unchecked such infestations can result in structural damage.

Electrical plant: nesting on pylons and other electrical plant such as insulators can cause costly damage. Bird Free will prevent nesting without risk of fire.



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