How To Keep Birds Out Of Your Roofs Gutters

How To Keep Birds Out Of Your Roofs Gutters

Roofs are a birds favourite place to hang out, especially during the colder months when birds look for roof’s gutters to see if there are gaps on the edge of the roof so birds can then make their residence. It is then during the spring time when birds build nests and lay their eggs in the gutters.

Birds can cause damage to your roof and that is why it is very important to keep them out of your roof’s gutters

When birds are in your gutters they can bend or rip the guttering from your roof, their nests can clog the roof’s downspouts. This can end up causing a major leaf in the roof which is a costly fix.

To help prevent birds from nesting in your homes gutters you can try the following:

Gutter guard, these are aluminium sheets which cover slights on your gutter. A gutter guard also prevents debris, leaves and other material from landing in your gutters. Birds won’t be able to drink the water in the gutters which will help to deter them.

Roof bird spikes, these are thin plastic panels with various spikes also known as anti roosting strips.

What about if you notice nests in your gutter? Normally occurring in the summer months it is very important to clear these nests as they can easily clog the gutter when it starts to rain. With the help of experts such as us we can help you get rid of these nests easily.

The safest and most reliable way of cleaning your gutters is through a professional, we at Blue Sky Guttering can ensure you have a piece of mind in knowing you are having your gutters repaired or emptied by our team of highly experienced gutters who will complete the task using the correct methods and techniques. So let us take the hassle out of cleaning –

We offer gutter cleaning prices which are very competitive, at your request we will email you a free quote for your gutter cleaning service.

Phone: 0208 581 1636

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