Though birds are an important part of our ecosystem, they can cause serious issues for people and property. Whether you have a bird nesting in your home or an excess of birds inhabiting your property, damages can accumulate and end up costing you dearly. Today we’re going to be talking about the main problems that birds can cause for your property and how a bird removal expert in Queen Anne’s County, Prince George’s County, and Anne Arundel County can help.
Nests can Lead to Ventilation Breakdowns
When birds get into the vents within your home, they can cause major problems for your ventilation system. Not only can their bodies cause blockages, but their nesting habits can lead to blockages as well. It’s essential to remove the birds as quickly as possible because these blockages can lead to carbon monoxide building up inside your home, which, of course, is extremely dangerous and potentially fatal.
Bird Nesting Can Damage Your Roof
When birds set up shop on your roof, they usually build nests inside of rain gutters and other parts of the drainage system. When the drainage system is blocked, rain, snow, and ice can build up on your roof and lead to serious issues. Roofs can cave in from too much stress and before they cave in, they can fracture and lead to thousands of dollars in repairs.
Bird Droppings Can Corrode HVAC Units
The acidity in bird droppings can damage HVAC systems, roofing, vehicles, and more. When the droppings corrode HVAC wiring and systems, they’ll inevitably malfunction or break down. When the droppings corrode rooftops, leaks and holes can appear. Vehicle paint can also corrode over time. Now, one bird may not do too much damage, so don’t panic the next time you see a bird dropping on your car. It’s when you have a lot of birds that major issues can arise from their droppings.
K.P. Wildlife Can Help with Bird Removal in Maryland
Whether you’re dealing with one starling or a whole flock of pigeons, K.P. Wildlife is your partner for expert bird removal in Maryland. We have experts ready to step in and solve any wildlife problem you might have on your residential or commercial property in Anne Arundel County, Queen Anne’s County, and beyond. Contact us today to learn more and to set up an appointment.