The Premier DIY Bird Spikes
Bird spikes are a 100% effective solution to the problems of pest bird infestation.
DIY bird spikes are a maintenance-free and permanent solution and can be installed on common bird landing surfaces, such as ledges, window sills, rooftop edges, chimneys, or anywhere pest bird roosting and nesting occurs.
Anti roosting bird spikes deter pigeons, sparrows, starlings, woodpeckers or other pest bird species, and the DIY bird deterrent spikes are a guaranteed way to prevent these pests from landing on your property, eliminating pest damage and cleanup.
Bird repellent spikes are easy to install in minutes.
Welcome To The Bird Spikes Store
If you are looking for a cost effective way to deter bird pests …. we have the solution.
EASY TO INSTALL
UNOBTRUSIVE, LONG LASTING & ALL WEATHER RESISTANT
NO MORE PROPERTY DAMAGE OR CLEANUP
ENVIRONMENTALLY FRIENDLY & NON LETHAL
Professional Bird Spikes For Commercial & Domestic Applications
Where are anti bird spikes best used?
Bird spikes are 100% effective wherever they are applied.
Bird barriers like bird spikes eliminate birds ability to perch, roost, or nest. For optimum results, it is receommended to check periodically to ensure no leaves, trash, or other mess clogs the spikes.
Stainless steel spikes for birds is an easy DIY with an adhesive bond, nails, screws or ties. Made of durable stainless steel, these commercial quality anti-pigeon (anti bird) spikes require zero maintenance and can last a lifetime.
- 100% effective, safe, permanent physical bird barrier
- Stainless steel won’t decay or corrode
- Protect your property from corrosive droppings
- Includes thorough installation instructions
- Lifetime warranty against material defects and workmanship
Buy Bird Spikes For The Following Areas…..
- Edges, ledges, window sills
- Lights, towers, masts, aerials
- Rooftops, parapets, cornices
- HVAC installations
- Beams, girders
- Porches, awnings, doors, and entryways
Are Bird Spikes Effective?
If you are having any issues with birds setting up shop either on or around your place of business, there are quite a few different methods of either reducing the problem or eliminating it entirely.
Some business owners opt for sound deterrents, others for cleaning products, and others for a host of other kinds of deterrents.
We personally have found that bird spikes are the most effective method for eliminating your bird problem. So much so that we’ve named our store “The Bird Spikes Store”.
- What are bird spikes?
- How do Bird Spikes they work?
- Are Bird Spikes safe?
- How much do bird spikes cost?
Read on and we will answer all of your questions!
What Are Bird Spikes?
Bird spikes are narrow stripes of spikes meant to be attached to your roof, window sills, eaves, or anywhere else you might have birds trying to infiltrate. They generally come with both glue tracks and screw holes, so they can be attached to just about any surface from wood to concrete.
Here at The Bird Spikes Store we have bird spikes made of either stainless steel or plastic. Both steel and plastic spikes have basically the same function (i.e., to make it either difficult or impossible for birds to land on spiked areas), the steel variety has a few added benefits, like being less visible, standing up better to time and to the weather, and coming with a longer guarantee.
The lengths of the strips can be bought per linear metre, and can be attached end to end in order to bird proof an area of any length.
Chances are, if you are reading this article, then you are already experiencing a significant nuisance due to birds landing or building nests on your property. So among all of the different methods of keeping birds off of your property, are bird spikes ideal for your particular situation? There are two sides to this question, which we will take a look at below.
First, you need to think about the reason why you have birds either landing or building nests on your property. Is there a food source nearby, such as a bird feeder?
Birds tend to flock to where food is available, so if you have a bird feeder because you want to attract non-nuisance birds to your garden, make sure you have these set up in such a way that it’s not possible for larger birds that you don’t want, like pigeons or starlings, to feed from your feeders. If you can do this then the larger pests will move on to another location with a food source.
Second, you should figure out what kinds of birds are causing the problem. If it is smaller birds that are causing the problem, then bird spikes might not have great results.
The littler birds tend to be able to land in between the spikes because their feet were made to cling onto small branches and twigs. Some small birds may even be able to perch on the spikes themselves without any problems. Accordingly, bird spikes work best for larger birds like pigeons or seagulls whose feet are not nimble enough for spiky landings
How Do Bird Spikes Work?
If you install your bird spikes correctly, they will very effectively keep larger birds away from your place of business (or wherever it is you are having your bird problem).
Larges species of birds like crows, pigeons, or gulls all have large feet that are not well suited to clutching onto thin perches. Because of these they require some space in order to land and maneuver themselves after they have landed.
Installing bird spikes will no give these kinds of birds the space they need in order to land, and they will more than likely not even try to land in these areas in the first place.
Please keep in mind, however, that some of the smaller bird species like sparrows or starlings may not be deterred permanently if you use bird spikes alone. Especially if they are eager to nest or mate, they may manage to work around your spikes.
The littler birds like these have finer feet that are able to clutch onto the edge of your building or even onto the spikes themselves if they need to. Some birds are even small enough that they can build their little nests in between your spikes or even build all the way up above them. So although bird spikes alone will be sufficient for the majority of larger bird pests, if you are being plagued by little birds you may need to implement a second deterrent like electric tracks.
Are Bird Spikes Safe?
When some people hear the word “bird spikes” they imagine something violent that is meant to kill any birds that try to land. But rest assured that bird spikes are totally humane and safe (not to mention environmentally friendly: both the plastic and stainless steel spikes will last for up to ten years if not longer before you need to replace them).
The spikes are not meant to harm the birds in any way, they are simply meant to make it either difficult or impossible to land in the spiked areas so that the birds will move on to another location.
No matter if you own a restaurant, a shipping facility, a warehouse, or a condo complex, a bird infestation can cause you a lot of problems. On top of the mess they make with their droppings, they also carry diseases and can gross out and deter customers or even employees from frequenting your location. Fortunately, bird spikes represent a very simple solution that is both humane (you won’t be killing any birds) and environmentally friendly (no need for any chemicals, power, or frequent replacements). If you have pigeon problems (as most do), or problems with any other larger sized birds, then bird spikes alone will be enough to keep your pests away for good. On the other hand if you are having problems with smaller birds the spikes may help to reduce your problem, but may not be enough and you may need to adopt a more multi-faceted approach to get rid of your littler pests.
Are Bird Spikes Expensive?
No they are a cost effective and long term solution to bird pest. See the prices below
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Pigeons and other large irritating birds, often gather to perch and build nest on ledges and parapet walls. When they do, they can leave hideous amount of mess in bird droppings, debris and nesting materials. Many property owners choose to overlook the problem and simply scare birds away.