Some might think getting rid of birds from a bathroom, kitchen, or dryer vent would be easy until they try it but I can assure you it’s not that simple. First of all, you have to use a ladder, and depending on how high the vent is determines the height of the ladder. If the vent is for a second-floor bathroom or dryer for a second-floor laundry room then you would probably need at least a 24 to the 32-foot high ladder. For most homeowners that have never used that size ladder, the height may be overwhelming. For safety reasons, I recommend calling a professional bird removal company in Columbia like Mid-Atlantic Wildlife Control. Their technicians are exterior carpenters that have been trained to do wildlife control and damage repair. Each technician has a minimum of 10 years of experience using ladders between 6 feet and 40 feet high. Mid-Atlantic Wildlife Controls technicians remove an estimated 233 birds nest from vents in Columbia each month during the spring and early summer months.
Many pest control companies in Columbia will tell you they do bird removal from vents however the quality of work is usually poor, untidy, and not professionally done. Most pest control companies will kill the baby birds in the nest. Mid-Atlantic Wildlife Control will humanly evict the adult birds and remove the nest of baby birds. If the technician is able they will securely place the nest of baby birds in a nearby tree so the adult birds can continue to raise them, they will however if this is not possible transport them to a wildlife rehabilitator where they can be raised and released at the right time. After all the birds are removed from the vent pipe then Mid-Atlantic Wildlife Control will thoroughly remove all the nesting materials from the vent pipe and spray a sanitizer to kill any mites or lice that fell off the birds. The final step is to install a birdproof vent cover to make sure this doesn’t happen again in the future. Mid-Atlantic Wildlife Control is the leading animal control company in Columbia. Their expert knowledge and superior skills provide the most professional outcome. If you have any questions about bird removal or any other wildlife problems give Mid-Atlantic Wildlife Control a call at [DirectNumber].