Jessup residents are never short of birds within their area. While these birds may seem harmless and beneficial for the environment, they can actually cause serious damage to your Jessup home. If birds are left to nest within your home, you could be faced with thousands of dollars in damage to your Jessup home. To avoid these damages, take these steps to avoid birds entering your home.

  1. Remove any food source from your yard. Birds will keep returning if they find a reliable food source. If you want to help feed the birds in the Jessup area, spread food in local parks closer to their natural habitat. This way, you can help while keeping the birds from your home.
  2. Install a chimney cap for your Jessup chimney to prevent birds from creating a nest. Not only can a nest damage your chimney, it can also create a serious fire hazard. Birds that become stuck and nests can cause a block in your chimney, preventing smoke to leave your home and possible fires to start.
  3. Check your basement and attic for any gaps and holes. These can be used by birds to enter your home and create a nest. Use a covering to prevent birds from using the vents in your home to enter. Commonly used vents by birds are your dryer vent and attic fan.

The professionals at Mid Atlantic Wildlife Control are trained to humanely handle bird control situations in the Jessup area. If wildlife finds a way into your Jessup home, our technicians will be able to remove the animals from your home as well. We will then identify where the critters entered your home to avoid future infestations.  All methods and techniques used by Mid Atlantic Wildlife Control are humane and avoid stress and harm to the animal being removed. Never try to remove the animals on your own. This could cause harm to both you and the animal.   To get started with Mid Atlantic Wildlife Control for bird removal and control services for the Jessup area, call us today at 443-417-3137 or visit our online contact page. We are available, so never hesitate to call. We are also available on weekends and holidays as well.   Follow Mid Atlantic Wildlife Control today on Google+PinterestTwitter, and Facebook.