BirdBarrier Blog

No barriers for success

January 12, 2018, admin

Bird Barrier provides Seavers Beavers with a solution for the toughest infestation Micah Seavers knows good advice when he hears it. So when his wife suggested he quit spending so much money on his “wildlife hobbies,” he did just that. He opened Seavers Beavers and More Nuisance Wildlife Removal, based in Water Valley, Ky., and […]

Bird Barrier’s StealthNet, Bird-Shock Flex-Track and Birdwire Protect a High-End Health Club.

May 11, 2017, admin

At a four-story fitness center in Southern California, birds had found their comfort zone. Seagulls and pigeons were firmly entrenched on structural windscreens, under HVAC equipment, and in nooks and crannies on the roof. All of which was next to both a basketball court and a pool area. Due to its proximity to club members, […]

Siege of Seagulls at Seaside Hotel

November 18, 2015, admin

The seagull pressure has been building over the last few years, and has recently become a noticeable problem for this hotel. The seagulls were protecting their eggs on the roof top, a month or more before the birds would begin to fledge. Some even found their way inside the hotel’s ballroom and nested there. The […]

Best Swallow Prevention Strategies Available

Swallow nests make a mess on this apartment building. January 21, 2014, admin

  Before you know it the swallows will return to make their mark on your customer’s homes and businesses. These beautiful little birds can make an ugly mess on any overhang-type structure such as eaves, porch roofs, and underneath decks. Bird Barrier offers three different ways to repel the birds. All are safe and don’t […]

What Professionals Are Saying About the Flex-Track Connectors

December 13, 2013, Kerry

  » Watch and learn how to install these New Quick Connectors. “I recently learned that I had won a bid on a large bird exclusion project for a power company. I was very excited until I learned that I was to be given a one-month deadline for a job that would normally take at least […]