Birds Behind Shutters Lancaster, Pa

Birds behind shutters

While it may be relaxing to hear birds in the morning, they can also be too close for comfort. If they are nested behind your shutters, constant chirping may interrupt your sleep habits. Birds behind shutters cause damage to your home and may expose you to diseases.

Why are birds behind shutters harmful?

Not only can nuisance birds leave a large mess, they also cause damage to your home. Birds nesting behind shutters is a very common occurrence we see in homes with a stone exterior featuring mounted shutters. The nesting debris hangs around the windows surrounded by droppings. If they are not cleaned constantly, the droppings corrode and destroy exterior elements of your home. Moreover, while the outdoor temperatures rise, odors from their nests become pungent.

Diseases they carry

In addition to the noise, mess, and odor, they also carry bacteria and diseases. Histoplasmosis, Toxoplasmosis, West Nile Virus, Salmonella are just a few they carry. Hundreds of different microscopic mites and parasites are found on birds and in their droppings.

Removal and Repair

In order to relocate the birds safely and humanely, bird removal should be handled by a wildlife professional. We handle the removal and the cleanup of debris. To prevent birds from building more nests behind your shutters, we also offer exclusion options.

Some exclusion methods may not be visually appealing. During our exclusion process, we custom bend aluminum to fit the contour of shutters. The aluminum sealing matches the aesthetic of your home while providing a long-lasting solution.

Do you need bird removal in Lancaster, PA? Contact us for a custom solution that’s consistent with your home’s aesthetic. We offer bird removal and other services in Lancaster, Lebanon, Harrisburg, and surrounding areas.

Published by

Len Lambert

Len Lambert is an Animal Control specialist with more than 11 years experience in the safe and effective removal of animals from homes and businesses across central PA.