What is post and wire
Post and wire bird proofing works in carefully spaced rows by creating an uneven landing surface for birds to land on, behaviourally this makes it almost impossible for the birds to land and perch so they move on to easier surfaces.
Thin, nylon coated stainless steel bird barrier wire is attached to posts and tensioned using a system of posts, crimps and springs. The fixings can be glued or screwed to many structures and the benefits are the system is not only highly effective, but also virtually invisible from ground level. It is one of the more aesthetically pleasing systems and is great for old buildings.
Where is the system best suited?
Proofing with tensioned bird wire is popular where proofing for birds needs to be effective, but as discreet as possible. Post and wire bird deterrents can be used to stop pigeons, seagulls, crows and other large birds landing and can be fitted virtually anywhere.
It is ideal on long, exposed ledges on large properties and public and historic buildings, rooftop edges, beams, pipes, parapets and balustrades and high-rise buildings with lots of ledges. Post and wire needs to be installed correctly so drop us a line to have a complete survey
Invicta’s Bird Control Process
Invicta will attend your site to investigate what species of bird is causing you issues. We will listen and understand exactly what you would like to achieve in controlling the bird issue on site.
We will produce a detailed survey report which will outline what we recommend to keep your site bird free. Within the report we will include costs to carry out each of our recommendations.
Once works have been agreed with yourself, we will agree a date of attendance convenient with yourself. Risk assessments, Method statements & Training certification will be sent over before we attend site.
Our Fully trained bird control teams will attend site to complete the work agreed. We will then invite the site contact to inspect the work and a detailed report will be emailed over to show that all works have now been completed.