Bird Waste & Pigeon Dropping Removal
Regional Environmental Services offer pigeon dropping removal and bird dropping removal services in London, Salisbury and across the South of England.
Why do you need to get bird droppings and pigeon guano removed?
Bird droppings or pigeon guano are not only unsightly but can cause damage to buildings and surfaces. More importantly, is the health risk caused by droppings as they do not only make walkways slippery but contain many pathogens (harmful bacteria) that can result in serious respiratory diseases in humans.
Due to the high acid levels in bird faeces, permanent damage to structures and buildings is caused if it is not dealt with. Surfaces, where fouling is present, can be corroded, particularly paint finishes or tar-based roofing. Ventilation systems can also become clogged and lead to costly repairs. In addition to structural harm, surfaces and footpaths can become slippery and hazardous to walk on.
Contaminants and odours from the waste are easily spread throughout buildings via ventilation systems, causing potential inhalation by those within.
A number of harmful diseases can be spread to humans from pigeon droppings including:
Bird Dropping & Pigeon Guano Removal Services
Whether you have an ongoing or one-off problem with pigeon droppings and bird waste, it is essential that it is dealt with properly. Regional Environmental provides a thorough pigeon dropping removal service, eradicating all traces of faeces from your building.
We have a full waste carrier’s license, which means we can legally remove the pigeon guano from your premises for disposal. Areas that we clean are sanitized with industry recognized products to lower the risk of bacterial and viral infection.
Our fully trained and experienced team of experts will remove and clean any area affected by bird waste, even the hardest to reach surfaces and structures.
Regional Environmental cover Salisbury, Southampton, London and their surrounding areas. For more information on our Bird Waste & Pigeon Dropping Removal service, please contact a member of the Regional Environmental Services team.