Bird B Gone, Inc

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  • Infographic: Solar Panels and birds

    Solar Panels are Vulnerable to Birds/Critters Residential solar panels offer pest birds protection from overhead flying predators, rain, snow and extreme rooftop temperatures. Even a small array of 20 to 30 solar panels can offer nesting sites for a dozen pairs of pigeons, which can then double or triple annually. Rooftop solar panels are highly vulnerable to damage by birds and critters, cau...

Bird B Gone, Inc

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Type: Blog Article

Generated 2 months ago

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  • How to Keep Pest Pigeons away from Your Solar Panels

    The feral pigeon that is rattling around on your roof is often the pest bird that needs determent. There are many diseases associated with the pest pigeon including bird flu and other transmittable diseases. The major concern is the damage the pigeon creates on the rooftops, especially when there are solar panels involved. In urban and city areas, the supply of food all year long for these pest bi...

  • Bird Control for Electrical Towers

    Birds have their own rhythms that govern everything from how they navigate to where they prefer to roost. Often, these avian rhythms come into conflict with modern electrical towers operated by power and communications providers. Birds can cause problems for both the electrical equipment and the human workers on it. Effective and humane bird control solutions can solve these bird problems. Through...

  • How to Install Solar Panel Bird Deterrents

    Rooftop solar panels attract birds and other critters that seek lofty shelter and subsequently damage the panels. Bird B Gone’s Solar Panel Bird Deterrent solves the bird/critter problem with specially designed mesh and clips that block out birds and critters. Installing this deterrent is simple, straightforward and will not damage solar panels. Clean Out Debris Before you begin, it’s important ...

  • New Installation Video; How to Install the Solar Panel Deterrent

    Rooftop solar panels are saving property owners considerable money in energy costs. The panels convert sunlight directly into electricity. And they are becoming increasingly efficient over the years. One threat to this efficiency is pest birds and rooftop critters that are attracted to the lofty shelter these panels provide. Fortunately, the bird control pros at Bird B Gone have developed a solut...

Bird B Gone, Inc

Category: Content
Type: Blog Article

Generated 2 months ago

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  • How to Keep Pigeons off Roofs

    Pigeons have been attracted to roofs since man first began building these structures. You can’t blame the birds; most roofs provide easy access to shelter and a high perch to spot predators, food and water. Roofs often have structures like AC units, water tanks, solar panels, chimneys, and aerial arrays where pigeons can build nests. In addition, many pigeons respond to the their ancestors’ cliff ...

  • Protect Solar Panels from Birds and other Animals

    Rooftop solar panels are becoming increasingly popular, especially in sunbelt states. Unfortunately, they attract birds and other critters who seek shelter under them. When birds arrive, they create costly damage by depositing droppings that eat into the surface of solar panels. These droppings block sunlight and can reduce the overall efficiency of solar panels. What’s more, the acidic nature of ...

Bird B Gone, Inc

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Type: Youtube Video

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Bird B Gone, Inc

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Bird B Gone, Inc

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Type: Youtube Video

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Bird B Gone, Inc

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