Pigeon Control London

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Looking for Expert Pigeon Control in London?

Look no further! Our comprehensive bird control services use humane and effective treatment methods to address all your bird proofing and removal needs. Our skilled team, with years of experience and professional training, specialize in pigeon control, seagull control, and bird control techniques, ensuring reliable and efficient service every time.

For further assistance or to discuss your specific requirements, give us a call today at our London office on 0203 600 1045. Our range of services includes:

Why Do We Need to Control Pigeons

Pigeons are a common sight in cities around the world, and London is no exception. While these birds may seem harmless at first glance, they can actually cause a number of problems if their populations are not properly controlled.

It is important to control pigeons in London because pigeons can carry a number of diseases that can be transmitted to humans, including salmonella, histoplasmosis, and cryptococcosis. These diseases can be contracted through contact with pigeon droppings, which can contain high levels of bacteria and fungi.

Pigeons can also carry parasites, such as mites and ticks, which can also transmit diseases to humans.

Pigeons can cause damage to buildings. They are known to build nests on ledges, roofs, and other areas of buildings. Over time, the weight of the nests and the droppings they produce can cause structural damage to the building. Pigeons can also damage building materials, such as brick and stone, by pecking at them.

Pigeons can be a nuisance to people living and working in the city. They can be loud and aggressive, especially when they are nesting or caring for their young. Pigeon droppings can also be unsightly and unpleasant to clean up.

Pigeons can pose a hazard to planes and other vehicles by flying into their paths or building nests in areas where they are not supposed to. In addition, pigeon droppings can make roads and sidewalks slippery, which can be dangerous for pedestrians and drivers.

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How Do We Control Pigeons

One common method of pigeon control is the use of physical barriers. These can include things like netting or spikes that are placed on ledges, roofs, and other areas where pigeons like to roost. These barriers make it difficult for pigeons to land or build nests, which can discourage them from staying in certain areas.

Another method of pigeon control is the use of bird feeders that only dispense food at specific times. This can help to reduce the amount of food that is available to pigeons, which can make it less attractive for them to congregate in certain areas. This method can be especially effective when combined with physical barriers, as it can help to further discourage pigeons from staying in certain areas.

Chemicals can also be used to control pigeon populations. For example, some pigeon control products contain chemicals that make the eggs in pigeon nests infertile. This can help to reduce the number of young pigeons that are born, which can eventually lead to a decline in the overall pigeon population.

Another method of pigeon control is the removal of eggs and nests from areas where pigeons are not welcome. This can be done by trained professionals who know how to safely and humanely remove eggs and nests without harming the birds. This method can be especially effective when used in combination with other methods, such as physical barriers and chemical control.

It is important to note that all methods of pigeon control should be used in a humane and ethical manner. Pigeons are protected under UK law, and it is illegal to harm or kill them without a valid reason. By using humane methods of pigeon control, we can help to reduce the problems caused by pigeon populations without causing unnecessary harm to the birds.

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Removing Pigeons and Cleaning Up the Mess they Leave

If pigeons gain entry to your property, they can cause mess and significant damage. The removal of pigeon guano can produce a large quantity of dust which can be hazardous to your health if breathed in meaning it is important for the guano to be removed professionally. At Pigeon Control

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Birds Can Make a Terrible Mess!

Birds will nest anywhere they feel safe and we as humans help them by leaving areas of our property exposed to such behaviour. Many properties in London have balconies and these are often safe havens for birds to nest. Pigeons are a major pest in London and cause millons of


Areas of London We Cover

We offer Pigeon Control to all areas of London, please see the list of areas below:

Pigeon Control in North London

N1 Islington, Barnsbury, Canonbury, N2 East Finchley, N3 Finchley Central, N4 Manor House, N5 Highbury, N6 Highgate, N7 Holloway, N8 Hornsey, Crouch End, N9 Lower Edmonton, N10 Muswell Hill, N11 Friern Barnet, New Southgate, N12 North Finchley, N13 Palmers Green, N14 Southgate, N15 Seven Sisters, N16 Stoke Newington, Stamford Hill, N17 Tottenham, N18 Upper Edmonton, N19 Archway Tufnell Park, Finsbury Park N20 Whetstone, Totteridge, N21 Winchmore Hill, N22 Wood Green, Alexandra Palace.

Pigeon Control in North West London

NW1 Regent’s Park, Camden Town, NW2 Cricklewood, Neasden, NW3 Hampstead, Swiss Cottage, NW4 Hendon, Brent Cross, NW5 Kentish Town, NW6 West Hampstead, Kilburn, NW7 Mill Hill, NW8 St John’s Wood, NW9 Kingsbury, Colindale, NW10 Willesden, Harlesden, Kensal Green, NW11 Golders Green.

Pigeon Control in Central London

EC1 Clerkenwell, Finsbury, Barbican, EC2 Moorgate, Liverpool Street, EC3 Monument, Tower Hill, Aldgate, EC4 Fleet Street, St Paul’s, WC1 Bloomsbury, WC2 Covent Garden, Holborn, Strand.

Pigeon Conrol in South East London

SE1 Waterloo, Bermondsey, Sothwark, SE2 Abbey Wood, SE3 Blackheath, Westcombe Park, SE4 Brockley, Crofton Park, Honor Oak Park, SE5 Camberwell, SE6 Catford, Bellingham, Hither Green, SE7 Charlton, SE8 Deptford, SE9 Eltham, Mottingham, SE10 Greenwich, SE11 Lambeth, SE12 Grove Park, SE13 Lewisham, SE14 New Cross, SE15 Peckham, Nunhead, SE16 Rotherhithe, South Bermonsey, Surrey Docks, SE17 Elephant & Castle, SE18 Woolwich, Plumstead, SE19 Upper Norwood, Crystal Palace, SE20 Penge, Anerley, SE21 Dulwich, SE22 East Dulwich, SE23 Forest Hill, SE24 Herne Hill, SE25 South Norwood, SE26 Sydenham, SE27 West Norwood, Tulse Hill, SE28 Thamesmead.

Pigeon Control in South West London

SW1 Westminster, Belgravia, Pimlico, SW2 Brixton, Streatham Hill, SW3 Chelsea, Brompton, SW4 Clapham, SW5 Earl’s Court, SW6 Fulham, Parson’s Green, SW7 South Kensington, SW8 Lambeth, Nine Elms, SW9 Stockwell, Brixton, SW10 West Brompton, SW11 Battersea, Clapham Junction, SW12 Balham, SW13 Richmond-Upon-Thames, SW14 Mortlake, East Sheen, SW15 Putney, Roehampton, SW16 Streatham, Norbury, SW17 Tooting, Mitcham, SW18 Wandsworth, Southfields, SW19 Wimbledon, Colliers Wood, Southfields, SW20 West Wimbledon, Raynes Park.

Pigeon Control in East London

E1 Whitechapel, Stepney, Mile End, E2 Shoreditch, Bethnal Green, E3 Bow, E4 Chingford, Highams Park, E5 Clapton, E6 East Ham, E7 Forest Gate, Upton Park, E8 Hackney, Dalston, E9 Hackney, Homerton, E10 Leyton, E11 Leytonstone, E12 Manor Park, E13 Plaistow, E14 Poplar, Millwall, Isle of Dogs, Docklands, E15 Stratford, West Ham, E16 Canning Town, North Woolwich, Docklands, E17 Walthamstow, E18 South Woodford, IG1 Ilford, IG2 Gants Hill, IG3 Seven Kings, IG4 Redbridge, IG5 Clayhall, IG6 Barkingside, IG7 Hainault, IG8 Woodford Green, IG9 Buckhurst Hill, IG10 Loughton, IG11 Barking.

Pigeon Control in West London

W1 Oxford Street, Bond Street, W2 Paddington, W3 Acton, W4 Chiswick, W5 Ealing, W6 Hammersmith, W7 Hanwell, W8 Kensington, W9 Maida Vale, W10 North Kensington, W11 Notting Hill, W12 Shepherds Bush, W13 West Ealing, W14 West Kensington.