Swallow Control

Proven Solutions For Any Swallow Problem

We Know How To Get Rid Of Swallows!

Swallow Control

Proven Solutions For Any Swallow Problem

We Know How To Get Rid Of Swallows!

Swallow Control

When we thing of a pest bird, we don't always think of swallow control. But swallows can be quite the problem and require some very specific means of control Considerations:

  • Swallows have special protection under law, which means that you CANNOT DISTURB A SWALLOW'S NEST ONCE THEY LAY EGGS. You must remove their nests in winter time after they have left for warmer climates. That's when proper control methods should be implemented.
  • Because of the limited window of opportunity, you want to be sure you have the correct swallow control plan figured out beforehand. You'll want purchase all necessary products ahead of time so you can clean up the mess and implement your control program as soon as they leave. If you don't get it right, you'll have to live with the problem for another year before you can take another shot at it.
  • Swallows will build their nests on (or even in) most any man-made structure. They build these nests with mud as a binder. The mud can destroy the paint, finish or even surface of a structure.
  • They particularly enjoy nesting close to a water source and up, under the eaves of a building.

Swallow control can be difficult, but we know exactly how to handle it. Just give us a call at 703-299-8855 or fill out the contact form below for a personal level of customer service you just won't find anywhere else. We really do know how to get rid of swallows!

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BirdBusters

Bird Control
Products & Solutions

© 2022, 2023, 2024 Birdbusters, Inc.
Established In 1985

707 South Gulfstream Avenue #405,
Sarasota, Florida 34236

703-299-8855
Toll Free:
866-915-8225

FAX: 941-952-9766