Whether you realise it or not, your home is constantly under consideration for occupancy. We’re not talking about thieves or squatters showing up unannounced, at least not of the human variety. No, we’re talking about birds that swoop around it daily, looking for somewhere to build their nest.
One of the main places they will consider that offers shelter and protection from predators is the gutters of your home. The good news is that bird prevention is possible and the team here at Aussie Gutter Protection are the go-to people you need when you fear that birds have already taken up residence or could in the near future. Read More
We have been providing high-quality gutter guards and installing them for Australian home and business owners for the past 18 years, and in that time we have been fortunate to deliver our exceptional products and services to over 12,000 happy customers.
How Birds Can Compromise Your Premises
At Aussie Gutter Protection, we know that if you are a property owner, you will naturally have cause for concern about the possibility of an infestation. Birds are pleasing to look at and admire, but when it comes to your premises there are a number of ways they can negatively affect you.
With bird prevention systems in place, you need not worry about fouling that can mess up the appearance of your premises, but could also pose a health and safety threat. Plenty of people have slipped on fouled walkways in the past and given the fact that bird droppings contain many types of bacteria, viruses and parasites, you really do not need the health of your visitors compromised by something that could have been easily prevented.
If you live in an area that is home to larger birds, then the integrity of your roofing could be compromised. Tiles could become dislodged and bigger pieces of debris from the building of nests could leave marks and scratches if they were to fall from a height. What’s more, if birds can make their way under tiling, they could damage insulation, which will cost a lot of money to replace.
If you do not already have bird proofing system, there are plenty of things you can look out for as key indicators that a bird infestation is already on your property. If you notice them settling on the roofs and wires in the vicinity of your home a lot, and have spotted dropping on the roof, ledges and surrounding walkways then it is very possible that they are already there.
Another red flag is if you have noticed that your gutters are blocked, or stagnant water is spilling from them down the walls. Sustained leaks can bring about rot in materials and the long-term effect of this could end up costing you thousands to rectify.
Warranties That Have Yet To Be Activated
Here at Aussie Gutter Protection, we manufacture our own materials and we are the market leaders in gutter protection. Since we started our business we have never once had a material warranty claim and give written, 20-year workmanship guarantees to all of our customers. The shape, size or style of your premises will not be a problem and we will deliver a best fit solution that secures your building for years to come.
So, for the best bird proofing Melbourne homeowners can expect 100% guaranteed success from that will also safeguard the integrity of their property, seek out the team here at Aussie Gutter Protection. Call today for a free quote.
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