Bird Excrement Removal

As a leading authority in the bird pest control industry, we can work with you to manage all your bird problems and that also includes the mess they leave behind too! Bird excrement or Guano is well known for its spread of disease as well as harbouring mites which can too become infected and pose further risk to humans and livestock. We take the threat to public health from bird excrement very seriously, which is why our experts are trained to handle and remove bird excrement appropriately to minimise the risk of contamination.

What Should You Do?

As soon as you have identified a bird excrement problem, give our team of specialists a call.
DO NOT TRY TO REMOVE OR CLEAN THE AREA YOURSELF, THIS COULD CAUSE SIGNIFICANT HARM TO YOU AND/OR OTHERS!
At Pest Free Solutions we will arrange an emergency call out, assess the situation and offer you the right solution.

We take the threat to public health from bird excrement very seriously, which is why our experts are trained to handle and remove bird excrement appropriately to minimise the risk of contamination.

What you can expect

Leave it to the professionals! Firstly, and most importantly, we ask you not to touch any of the waste yourself. Our team of professionals have specialist equipment for the removal of bird excrement and always following strict health and safety guidelines. Our service is first class and meticulous.

As well as our team being fully insured and trained, our removal solutions comply with all necessary UK legislation and regulation and our professional cleaning services are;

· Quick

· Straight Forward

· Discreet

· Diligent

· Risk Free

· Professional

If you would like to know more about our bird dropping removal service, please call 0800 389 8124, alternatively email sales@pestfreesolutions.net

Contact

Unit T, Radius Court, Maple Drive, Hinckley, Leicestershire, LE10 3BE

0800 389 8124

About us 

Our Pest Control Officers will deal with pests that are harmful to Public Health and well-being. All our staff are fully qualified and hold either the Royal Society of Health in Pest Control or the British Pest Control Association certificates, Levels 1 and 2.