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Bird Deterrent

Bird Deterrent Services in the UK from GLRE

GLRE's rope access division specialises in bird netting installation, offering a humane and effective solution to prevent avian access in areas where birds have historically posed challenges. From standard deterrent spikes and netting installations to the latest repellent gels and compounds, we provide comprehensive solutions to protect your property from the nuisances and damages caused by birds. Our expert team is equipped to handle installations in the most inaccessible locations, ensuring your bird deterrent measures are both effective and discreet.

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25 years of Expertise in Bird Deterrent

With over 25 years of experience, GLRE has developed a deep expertise in Bird Deterrent, offering tailored solutions that meet the specific needs of each project. Our team's extensive background across various sectors enables us to adapt and deliver high-quality services that align with your business objectives.

We focus on delivering Bird Deterrent services that stand out for their quality and reliability. Our process, from planning to execution, is designed to be seamless and efficient, ensuring minimal disruption to your operations.

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As with all services offered, GLRE will ensure the works are carried out causing minimal disruptions to the building occupants.

Common Bird Deterrent Issues

Our bird netting installation services are designed to meet the specific needs of your property, offering:

Custom Netting Solutions: Tailored installations that fit the unique contours of your building or balcony.

Deterrent Spike Installation: An additional measure to prevent birds from landing and nesting on ledges.

Repellent Gels and Compounds: Modern, non-harmful repellents to discourage birds from approaching treated areas.

Comprehensive Avian Deterrence: A holistic approach to bird control, combining physical barriers with sensory deterrents.

What is Bird Deterrent?

Bird netting installers are specialists who implement bird control solutions, particularly netting, to prevent birds from accessing and nesting in unwanted areas. This method is widely regarded as an effective, humane way to manage bird populations in urban and commercial settings. At GLRE, our rope access technicians are adept at installing bird netting in even the most challenging locations, ensuring that your property is protected from damage and health hazards associated with bird infestations. Whether you're dealing with pigeons on a balcony or seagulls on a commercial facade, our team has the skills and tools to provide an effective solution.

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Quarter-Century Legacy

A testament to our enduring quality and commitment.

Comprehensive Solutions

From rope access services to full-scale refurbishments.

Nationwide Service

Serving businesses across the entire UK.

Safety & Precision

Employing the latest techniques and equipment for optimal results.

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Get in touch with Brad, our Rope Access Manager, to discuss your project.

Rope Access Manager performing Commercial Glazing Maintenance
Bradley Walker
Rope Access Manager
020 7183 6551
bradley.walker@glre.co.uk

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Frequently Asked Questions

How much does it cost to install bird netting on a balcony?

The cost of installing bird netting on a balcony varies depending on the size of the area and the complexity of the installation. Contact GLRE for a tailored quote.

How do you install bird netting?

Bird netting is installed by securing the net around the perimeter of the area to be protected, using fixings suitable for the surface (e.g., concrete, brick, wood) to ensure the net is taut and secure.

Does bird netting require planning permission?

In most cases, bird netting does not require planning permission, but it's always best to check with your local council, especially for listed buildings or in conservation areas.

How do you attach netting to concrete?

Netting is attached to concrete using specialised fixings, such as drilled anchors or adhesive mounts, to ensure a secure and durable installation.

Are bird nets legal in the UK?

Yes, bird nets are legal in the UK when used as a humane method of bird control, ensuring that the installation does not harm the birds.

What size bird netting do I need?

The size of bird netting required depends on the area to be covered and the type of birds being deterred. Smaller mesh sizes are used to exclude smaller bird species.