Suburban flocks of resident starlings, urban pigeons and sparrows, and even geese populations can cause damage to your business and, in large enough numbers, become a health threat. Over 40 confirmed diseases can be carried by birds and their accumulation of nesting materials and droppings. Other negative effects of pest birds on or around your businesses are:
Contamination of food manufacturing facilities equipment and product
Unsightly and unhealthy accumulations of droppings and nesting materials
Droppings on buildings, cars, and walkways
Building damage to gutters, paint, and other surfaces
Increased maintenance costs
Safety hazards, parasites (bird mites, pigeon flies, etc.)
Poor public image
Rose Pest Solutions uses proven effective strategies that are successful in the removal of nuisance birds from all types of structures. Rose programs are targeted to manage common pest birds such as pigeons, starlings, sparrows, seagulls, geese, and some less common pest birds. Our special service teams utilize Integrated Pest Management (IPM) strategies and are experienced in many methods of pest bird removal including specialized exclusion, netting, trapping, scare tactics, and even relocation.
In addition, Rose offers clean-up and removal services for bird droppings and we can install exclusionary devices such as netting to prevent birds from roosting or nesting in areas such as:
Commercial dock areas
Outside commercial lighting & support fixtures
Commercial signs and lettering
Inside structures - warehouses
Outside pallet/loading areas
We created our Canine Bed Bug division in 2011 with two trained bed bug-sniffing dogs. Since then we’ve added six more teams. Our eight active canine teams have been trained using the same methodology and regimen as dogs trained to detect bombs, drugs, and termites. Our handlers and dogs are trained and certified as a team. Each team is required to pass an annual test in order to maintain certification. Our dogs are trained to detect live bed bugs and can detect bed bug eggs the size of a grain of salt.
Our canine inspections have proven invaluable in the detection of bed bugs.
Handy tips from Shep about pest prevention