Bird Removal services in the DFW and Houston areas

birdWhen you live in an urban (or suburban) environment, birds tend make up a large percentage of the wild animals that you encounter in your daily life. From tiny sparrows to majestic hawks, humans are often fascinated by birds. However, there’s a very distinct difference between hearing a bird chirping, singing, or flapping its wings outdoors and hearing a bird singing, chirping, or flapping its wings inside your home. One is natural and normal, and the other is cause for alarm!

Bad Birds

Wild birds may be pretty to look at, but close encounters with these creatures get very ugly very quickly. Bird feces can transmit histoplasmosis, cryptococcosis, salmonella, and other potentially fatal diseases to humans. Mites and ticks like to lurk in the feathers of wild birds; once their host gets into your home, there’s nothing stopping them from targeting your pets or family members. And then there’s the issue of damage to your property: when birds aren’t leaving extremely caustic droppings everywhere and weakening man-made structures, they’re building nests inside your chimney and creating a serious fire hazard.

Wild birds who decide to move into your home should be made to “fly the coop” immediately. But getting them to leave is definitely a job best left to a professional!

Experts at Work

When you need to banish birds from your attic or chimney, Chimney and Wildlife Specialist is the group to call. We’re a BBB-accredited, award-winning company that utilizes humane, safe, and cutting-edge techniques to help homeowners get rid of pests. All of our specialists are certified, insured, and well-trained, so even the toughest jobs can be done quickly, efficiently, and affordably. We’re locally owned and operated, and in many cases, we can actually offer same-day, emergency animal control services. For bird removal in the Dallas, Fort Worth, and Houston areas, look no further than CWS.

Ask Away

Still have questions or concerns about our methods? Not sure how your home could have gotten infested in the first place? A specialist will be happy to answer these questions—in detail—before we even get started working. Not only does CWS want to help you with your current predicament, but we want to make sure you don’t find yourself in the same situation a few months down the road.

If you need for an uninvited bird to back off, then don’t delay—contact Chimney and Wildlife Specialist today!