If you’re a property manager you likely understand the importance of mitigating damage from occurring to your property. For both property owners and management companies alike, making certain that your property is properly maintained can make all the difference in the long-term.
Oftentimes it is the seemingly small nuisances that can escalate and lead to serious property damage in the long term.
Nesting birds are one such example, as their droppings and debris can lead to damage to multi-storey properties. If you’re a property manager experiencing the perils of nesting birds, it would be best advised to opt for pigeon netting as a humane solution to deterring nesting birds from damaging your property.
Pigeon netting like Balcony Net’s manufactured InvisiNet is an easy and effective way to protect property owners’ investments. Droppings and debris can build-up over time and can result in unforeseen cleaning costs associated with property damage. Bird droppings and debris have been known to corrode metal and concrete, and can present clogging issues in drains and gutter systems.
Bird droppings and debris can also pose a significant health risk to the residents and maintenance staff that live and work there. Breathing in dust or water droplets that contain bird feces and can result in a number of diseases including Cryptococcus, Histoplasmosis, Candidiasis, Salmonella and E. coli.
If you’re worried about the implications bird droppings and debris can pose to your residents and to your property, it’s best advised you deal with the issue of nesting birds head on.
Balcony Nets offers the experience and capability necessary to ensure a top-tier pigeon netting solution to safely deter nesting birds from damaging your property. With over 3500 balconies effectively netted and over 20 years of experience, you can rest easy knowing your property is in good hands. Our InvisiNet solution was designed and manufactured with the help of engineering and architectural professionals to offer superior durability and reliability. For all your balcony netting needs, call Balcony Nets today! We’d be happy to help.