Scranton birds are very frequent visitors in big buildings like warehouses and stores. These building are suitable to them since theybring intonthe equation, a unique beautiful combination of both space to live and nest, and also, food sources. Both of these things in a warehouse are in abundance and also with variety. For these two main reasons, birds love warehoses and stores.
The negative side of this however, is the fact that their droppings pose a health hazard to humans that come to the warehouses since they carry loads of dangerous micro-orrganisms that could cause humans that touch or even inhale them to get infected.
For this, and many more genuine reasons, there therefore is a need to ensure the Pennsylvania birds do not infest the warehouses and stores. Getting rid of the from from such big structures however is no small thing. This is because, warehouses, being quite big have a numerous number of spots where these could get through that can't actually be completely covered, the likes of vents, chimneys and even windows. Some of the methods that could be used include;
1. Fogging- where an organic deterrent is released from a fogging machine. This is not harmful to the Scranton bird in anyway, but it has a smell that appeals to the birds' sense of smell and therefore the birds are eventually deterred since they can't stand the smell.
2. Netting- This is where a net is used to seal parts of the house that are used by the Pennsylvania birds to get into the warehouse. This method has its main advantage being that it can protect from any bird, regardless of size when installed properly. The nets are used to cover vents, chimneys and windows. It is not easy to seal some parts of the warehouse like the vents, since it would compromise the air flowing into.
3. Bird spikes- these are also harmless and only ensure that the Scranton birds do not land where they are not supposed to. They provide an uneven surface so that it gets too difficult for the bird to land. The main disadvantage is that after sometime, birds' droppings accumulate between the spikes. To avoid this, the owner is left with two choices; to either keep replacing the spikes, or to clean those that get soiled regularly.
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