Welcome to Trenton Bird Control: Prevention and Removal of Unwanted Birds

Our company specializes in resolving problems caused by birds in Trenton, New Jersey, both residential and commerical. We handle bird species such as pigeons, starlings, grackles, sparros, and even Canada Geese and woodpeckers. We generally don't kill birds - we prevent them from causing problems. Most commonly, this means that we install barriers that prevent them access to your building or property, or anti-roosting devices that prevent them from landing, nesting, or roosting on your home, store, building, or anywhere. We use netting, needle strips, shock track, and more. We do offer trapping in some cases, and removal of birds from warehouses, grocery stores, or other commerical or industrial buildings by netting or sometimes pellet shooting. We have a wide variety of tools and methods for solving every manner of bird problem. Call us at 609-227-0590 to discuss your bird problem today.



Stop Birds From Accessing Your Space

We stop birds from entering almost any space by installing netting. It is strong and durable, but thin and black so that it is not visually distracting. We can prevent birds from flying or roosting under awnings, roofs, or any other architectural area.



Stop Birds From Landing Or Roosting

We install needle strips or shock track on ledges, beams, the tops of signs, and anywhere birds are roosting and causing unsightly and unhealthy droppings. We can reach any area with our ladders and boom lifts.



We Clean Droppings and Nesting Material

Birds can make a mess with their droppings - on your building, roof, or the ground, or any other area. Sometimes bird guano and nesting material accumulate. We professionally clean and decontaminate the area.

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Full Range of Bird Control Services

More About Us Trenton Bird Control:

Bird control is an art that can be performed in a variety of ways. Different species of birds are protected under our federal system. Therefore, improper removal, control, or disturbance of their nest, the eggs, and the birds may subject you to costly fines and punishments. Whether you have a common bird pest such as starlings, sparrows, pigeons, or a protected animal, we can recommend the best solution. We are armed with all types of physical barriers, such as bird slopes that will keep them away from your ledges, bird nets, and spikes. We will install this in an inconspicuous manner that will not affect the aesthetic appeal of your house. There are certain situations where it is necessary to perform an aggressive trapping procedure. The traps that we use are all humane and can capture multiple birds at the same time. We also have an electric deterrent; the shock that it will release will only startle the bird; it will not be enough to kill the animal. If you need a free quote for our services or need a free inspection, call our hotline today. We have a team of well-trained customer support experts that will walk you through the whole process. They are also professionals in providing recommendations through our free online consultation.

How to keep birds out of a barn

No matter where you live it seems like birds are everywhere. That is because they are. If are quite frank about it birds are located and just about every ecosystem that you can imagine. This is especially true for those who are living in more rural areas. Many different kinds of birds are attracted to the crops that people have on their farms or to the open areas where they can find a wide range of different plants, animals, and insects to be able to eat. It's the ideal habitat for them in many ways.

For those who own a farm it can be a real challenge to keep these animals off of your property. In most cases, it's simply a losing battle. Despite this, many attempt the unenviable task of trying to keep birds out of their barn. This can be one of the most difficult challenges of all.

Consider the average barn for a moment. First of all, it is a very large area that affords birds many different places to find as their new home. This is part of the reason why they like it so much. It is a vast space that a small bird can use to build a nest, and virtually go unnoticed.

In addition to this, a barn offers a wide range of different kinds of food sources for a bird. There are not only a lot of different kinds of bugs that are around, but there are also different grains and other foodstuffs that a bird can use to nourish itself.

Then you have the added problem of how easily accessible it is for a bird to get into a barn. Most farmers leave the barn door open for extended periods of time during the day if not leaving it open all the time. This gives birds the easy access in and out of the barn. Even if the door is closed for long periods of time there are still usually some areas, such as a loose board, a crack, or other access, that allows the bird to figure out a way to get itself in. This makes it an incredible challenge.

To be quite frank with you, if you are intending to try to get it so that birds are not able to get into your barn you are facing a very difficult challenge. This is going to require a very diligent effort on your part and, honestly, you may find that you are pitching at windmills. You may not win this battle. However, if you are diligent and off and perseverance enough you can have some success. Here are some tips for you that can help you in accomplishing your goal.

First of all, you're going to need to do a regular sweep of your barn area to check to find where there are nests that have been built. You will need to look in cracks or corners of the barn, spots where beams cross over one another, or other out-of-the-way areas that would make for a perfect location for a bird to set up a nest. Consider that that bird is looking for a location where it can create a nest in relative solitude. The bird or birds are looking for safety, so if you can find spots where it is relatively obscure that is a good place to begin.

If you find nest there and you need to sweep those out as quickly as possible. It may require you to take some drastic measures to keep the birds from returning. You may want to do the most humane thing, but if they believe they can come back and find a safe location then they will continue to do so. A permanent solution may be your only option.

Birds like to perch. This means you need to remove out as many of the places that they can do this as possible. A common spot for a bird to perch is a long the railings or eaves of the barn. There are special devices that you can buy that you install on these surfaces that make it impossible for the bird to land on it. Either they are sloped so that it makes it impossible to land, or they have spikes in them that make it dangerous for the bird to do so. These can be very effective.

Having a cat or two can really be a help to you as well. Cats naturally like to chase after birds, and birds are instinctively afraid of cats. This can be a great way to keep the birds from returning, because each time that they do that cat will come after them. They will avoid endangering themselves and flee.

This may not seem like very much help to you, but the truth is that you're in quite a tough battle. Keeping birds out of your barn is not an easy task whatsoever, but with the help of a cat and a bit of dedication on your part you can have some real success. The thing to keep in mind is that this can become a serious never ending battle. Birds will return. They will continue to come back to your barn if they think it is a good location to get food and shelter. This is why you have to remain diligent if you are going to have success in keeping them away.

Also read our other bird tip: Will rice or alka-seltzer kill a pigeon?

We have the most experience in Trenton at understanding the nuisance birds of New Jersey. Our 7 years of experience in the field ensures excellent results.

We pride ourselves on the quality of our bird control work. Our work is professional grade and long lasting, usually for the life of the building.

We are fully New Jersey licensed. We carry the correct safety equipment, and operate in a safe and professional manner to keep your building and people safe.

Call us at 609-227-0590 to discuss your bird problem and our process. We are always responsive by phone. We can usually schedule next-day appointments, and provide written estimates for all our bird work.