Many bird species in India are good to have around, because of their attractive plumage and captivating song. However, when a large number of birds congregate at a nesting site, this can have serious consequences such as:
Contamination of raw materials and finished products, resulting in loss of income.
Birds can cause material damage by dislodging roof tiles, blocking the gutter system with their nest and leaving feces that corrode building materials.
Risks to the safety of employees and customers - slippery bird droppings can cause slipping and falling accidents.
Suspension of activities and audit failures due to poor hygiene observed during the inspection.
Contamination of foods that may lead to the closure or suspension of companies by public health authorities.
Negative impact on the image and reputation of the company.
The awful sight of bird droppings can discourage potential customers from being condescending.
Bird droppings can fall on customers, leading to negative reviews of bad experience and potentially complaints.
Birds can become aggressive and attack employees or customers, especially during the breeding season when defending their young.
Bird control solutions
While most birds in their natural environment are perfectly harmless, they can harbor more than 60 communicable diseases, including salmonellosis, encephalitis and cryptococcosis. In addition to representing a potential danger to people's health, they can also put your business at risk. Early detection and effective deterrence methods by a pest control expert are the key to getting rid of bird infestation.