How To Stop Birds Nesting In My Chimney
How To Stop Birds Nesting In My Chimney?
Birds will commonly nest in open chimney pots which can block the chimney breast causing a huge health risk if you have a gas flue in the chimney, along with other issues of noise, bird mite infestations, bed bug infestations, meal worm infestations, live birds falling down the chimney and flying around the room damaging furnishings or worse still a bird may die in a disused chimney breast and cause an horrific smell and fly infestation.
The most common bird to nest in chimneys in North Hampshire are Jackdaws and Pigeons, both of which are quite large birds which can easily be excluded from accessing the chimney pot by installing a bird guard chimney cowl. These cowls can be used to bird proof any chimney with a chimney pot.
If you have birds nesting in your chimney or finding sticks in your fire place, if you have had pigeons or Jackdaws fall down the chimney breast or worse still have one die in a disused chimney and had to spend hundreds of pounds to open the fire place back up to find the carcase, then a bird guard chimney cowl is your answer! No more bird nests to have removed, no chance of bird mite / bed bug or other related insect infestations of your property all from £89.
To book an appointment for a chimney cowl to be installed please call
Berkshire 01189 680 841
Hampshire 01252 560 450