Bethesda homeowners understand that within their home, several ventilation systems are in use, with these systems pushing air out of the home. Three of the main ventilation systems that are typically found within a Bethesda home are located in the kitchen, in the bathroom, and in the basement. While these ventilation systems are very helpful in pushing air out of a Bethesda home, they can also be used to enter the Bethesda home by birds. This is why bird vent control is necessary for Bethesda homes. When birds in the Bethesda area are looking for an area to nest, they look for enclosed spaces that will provide shelter. A ventilation system is the perfect place for birds to create nests during the breeding season while also taking shelter during the harsher months of the year. However, when birds use vents to enter a home, serious damage can occur. The activity from the birds along with the materials they use to create their nests can damage your home’s ventilation system. Birds can also use a vent opening to enter other areas of your home, such as your kitchen or basement, causing even more damage. Your Bethesda home could then be damaged by bird droppings and other activity should they remain loose in your living space. Birds can also become trapped within a vent, ultimately resulting in the death of the bird, which could then cause a major health hazard for your family. Bird vent controls are techniques used by trained professionals to humanely prevent birds from entering a vent without bringing harm to the animal itself. This means your Bethesda home remains bird-free while the animals remain safe and unharmed. If bird vent control has become necessary for your Bethesda home, never take matters into your own hands.

Instead, call the professionals at Mid Atlantic Wildlife Control. Our technicians are trained to use only the most humane barrier and exclusion techniques when dealing with bird control. There is never a reason to harm an animal if it is only trying to find a home. Attempting to remove an established nest from your vent could cause harm to the babies in the nest. To get started with us, call us today at 443-417-3137 or visit our online contact page. We are available, so never hesitate to call. Follow Mid Atlantic Wildlife Control today on Google+, Pinterest, Twitter, and Facebook.