Bird Mitigation

Keeping birds out of your business is our business.

Bird droppings promote the growth of the fungus Histoplasma capsulatum. When inhaled, the spores can result in Histoplasmosis, a severe respiratory disease. Birds are also associated with over 60 human pathogenic diseases including salmonellosis, chlamydiosis, and avian influenza. All of these can be spread directly by contact with bird droppings or indirectly through bird or human feet cross-contaminating areas.

Birds can also damage building materials since their droppings contain very high concentrations of corrosive ammonium urate and struvite. Over time, birds cause serious economic damage when building repairs and replacing destroyed equipment starts to add up.

And what the presence of birds can do to a brand’s reputation is critical as well. A few experiences with birds in areas where guests or customers congregate could results in the wrong reputation for your business.

Easy as 1, 2, 3.

Our bird mitigation services make it easy on you with a simple three-step process.


We will evaluate your building and your business and take into consideration each of your distinct bird concerns.


We will identify the best possible options for your facility and provide you with a custom plan to help manage your bird problems.


We will install the appropriate equipment for your tailored program and make sure nothing has changed in your business that would require changes or additions.

  • Exclusion Netting/Mesh
  • Bird Spikes
  • Ledge Guards
  • Tension Wires/Spiders
  • Custom Solutions

Local Bird Species


House sparrows can cause considerable damage to crops, such as wheat and sorghum. They can contaminate animal feed and food products at food processing facilities, and their droppings are associated with more than 29 diseases as well as ectoparasites like bird mites.


Droppings from pigeons can damage property, discolor building and car paint, ruin wood, clog gutters, stain fabric, and even short out electrical equipment. Aside from causing physical damage, pigeon droppings also cause damage to your business’s brand and reputation.


Starlings damage apples, blueberries, cherries, figs, grapes, peaches, and strawberries. Besides causing direct losses from eating the fruit, starlings peck and slash at fruits, reducing product quality and increasing the fruits’ susceptibility to diseases and rot.

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Edison, NJ