Old, dried pigeon guano can cause serious implications if left untreated and pigeon guano removal can create a large amount of potentially hazardous dust during removal, so it is important that it is dealt with in the correct manner. The health and safety of our team and that of anyone in the vicinity of the work area is of the utmost importance to us.
Why pigeon guano removal is important
Bird droppings (pigeon guano) are highly acidic and, if left untreated, can cause damage and corrosion to buildings. Older buildings have often been subjected to long-term bird infestation, meaning that there is likely to be a build-up of pigeon guano, which can lead to costly building damage.
Safe pigeon guano removal
It is important that pigeon guano is safely removed and surfaces are thoroughly disinfected afterwards. In order to ensure that our specialist team are able to operate safely and to make sure we come fully equipped to deal with the level of damage caused by pigeon guano, we will carry out a no-commitment site survey to assess this beforehand.
For further advice and information on pigeon guano removal, call us today to arrange your site survey. We strive to carry out pigeon guano removal safely and efficiently, but we understand that time may be an important factor. We operate 24 hours a day, 7 days a week, across the UK.
If you have ongoing issues with pigeons or birds, we also offer bird proofing/ prevention services. Before installing bird proofing devices, we thoroughly clean and disinfect the area. For more information, visit our bird proofing page.