PIGEON DROPPINGS REMOVAL

Pigeon droppings are removed by AAA Termites and Pest Control.

The pollution of buildings, structures, monuments and areas by pigeon droppings occurs, where pigeons can settle undisturbed over a more extended time. Regardless of whether these pigeon droppings could be infectious or whether these pigeon droppings could damage the building fabric, the sole annoying appearance of dark areas is a motivation for house owners and property managers to remove pigeon droppings thoroughly disinfect the area.

Where does pigeon droppings collect?

There is always a lot of pollution where pigeons settle down to nest. Mostly affected are:

  • Attics
  • Courtyards
  • Facades
  • Balconies
  • Roof terraces
  • roofs
  • Gaps between houses

The longer pigeons settle down and the larger the pigeon population, the higher the degree of pollution with pigeon droppings.

Professional pigeon droppings removal

Removing and disposing of pigeon droppings is a matter for the pest expert.

Information 892 of the professional association for the construction industry describes a manual for activities in work areas contaminated with pigeon droppings. The microorganisms contained in the pigeon droppings are biological agents within the meaning of the Biological Agents Ordinance (BioStoffV). Therefore, according to the trade association, the risk of infection cannot be ruled out. Pigeon droppings should consequently be appropriately removed and disposed of under the protective measures to be assessed.

AAA Termites and Pest Control remove:

  • Pigeon droppings
  • feathers
  • Pigeon carcass
  • and other residual pollution from pigeon infestation

However, removing the pigeon droppings is only the first step: If there is a need to be agreed upon, the end is surface disinfection of the affected areas.

America-wide pigeon droppings

The AAA Termites and Pest Control pest experts are at your service nationwide. We remove pigeon droppings quickly and thoroughly. Let us advise you without obligation: Tel. +330 723-2515 or via our contact form.