Welcome to Pest Animal Removal Memphis! We are a wildlife removal company servicing Memphis, TN. 1. Is something becoming a pest for you? A squirrel or colony of bats in the attic? The whiff of a dead creature coming from somewhere deep in your home? Why not give us a call - our speciality is getting rid of the unwanted guests in your home. Our licensed and fully insured technicians are working in your area, and can offer same-day / next-day appointments to suit you. We can also offer telephone advice 24/7, and we’ve been proven to have the safest, quickest, most effective and most humane service in the area. Our customers have voted as number one for 3 years running. We use the highest quality tools, exclusion methods, and live cage traps, and the RIGHT techniques, to get rid of the despised new tenants. We also have a particular speciality for building repairs and home maintenance to a very professional standard, and all for the right price too. If you get in touch for a ballpark figure over the phone, or a written quote, you’ll see our prices are one of the most competitive in the area, but that doesn’t mean we substitute on service. Call us now at 901-300-2946 for your Memphis wildlife control needs.
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Pigeon Prevention Tips
Although Memphis pigeons are considered to be beautiful birds, once they overcrowd someone’s roof or a balcony they definitely become incredibly annoying. Although a sight of a large number of pigeons in one place is a beautiful sight to see, an enormous amount of feces these birds leave behind makes them impossible to handle. Often referred to as a symbol of love and peace, these gentle birds easily become pests and are hard to get rid of. In fact, once the pigeons learn to gather in a particular place they are incredibly hard to repel. People worldwide are battling pigeon infestation on a daily basis. Unknowingly, your affective efforts to feed the pigeons in front of your windows, on your balcony and front yard can possibly lead to a catastrophe.
There are more than one reasons why Memphis pigeons in home are a threat. Except the fact that pigeons leave a substantial amount of dumping behind them, the consequence of their activity can also be the damage to the wooden construction. Once soaked in feces, wood might start to rot and decay. Other than that, pigeons are also carriers of many infectious diseases, out of which a large number can spread through the feces. For these reasons and many other, protecting your home against pigeon infestations is a good idea. Also, getting rid of existing Tennessee pigeons is also a wise thing to do, if you want to avoid the risk of infectious diseases and damage to your home. Pigeons might gather in different spots of your home, out of which they most frequently inhabit attics, roofs and balconies.
One of the first and best ways to protect your home against Memphis pigeons is fencing. Essentially, installing a barb wire fence in areas in which pigeons gather in your home is the way to go. Installing proper wire fences in spots in which you are seeing pigeons most frequently, as well as those spots in which you are finding the most feces, will surely help you to keep these beautiful yet tricky birds to live with, away from your home. As most fences decay over time due to weather conditions and changes in temperature, chances are that you will find some damaged spots in your fences over time. You should repair any damage you discover in your fence regularly to prevent Tennessee pigeons from coming back.
Home repairs are the best solution to protect your home against Memphis pigeons. But, what are the areas of your home you should pay your attention to? As mentioned earlier, pigeons are most likely to inhabit your attic, roof and balcony. The sounds pigeons make might come pleasant and suiting to some, and they might be scary and annoying to others. Either way, the presence of a large number of Tennessee pigeons in your home is risky for many reasons, one of them being their feces. Pigeons will quickly pile up feces in areas they inhabit, to the point where you might only be able to remove the piles by filling large bags and using a shovel. For these and many other reasons, you should seal your home to prevent pigeons from inhabiting it.