Starling Control Fife - Information on Starlings
Domestic & Commercial Starling Problems Solved
Starlings roost and nest on horizontal surfaces on buildings and other structures that provide a small amount of shelter. Balconies, flat roofs, ledges, loft spaces and empty buildings are often used if the birds have access.
Starlings are commonly seen as pests due to the damage they cause to agriculture and urban areas . The primary problem starlings cause is due to their flocking and roosting in large numbers and the resultant large amount of droppings generated in one place.
Starling droppings are not only unsightly but can also cause long term damage to buildings. Droppings, nesting materials and feathers can block gutters and rainwater pipes causing blockages and water damage. Ladders and fire escapes coated in starling droppings become slippery and unsafe to use particularly in wet conditions.
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Why Choose RPC Pest Control Fife For Starling Problems?
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Starling Control in Fife
Based in Fife, RPC Pest Control Fife are ideally located to provide starling control in the Fife area including Dunfermline, Cowdenbeath, Lochgelly, Kinross, Kelty, Saline, Oakley, Rosyth, Inverkeithing, Dalgety Bay, Burntisland, Aberdour, Kirkcaldy, Glenrothes, Cardenden, Ballingry, Kincardine, Methil, Leven, Cairneyhill, Falkland, Auchtermuchty, Newburgh, Pitlessie, Milnathort, Torryburn, Thornton, Halbeath, Dulloch Park, Buckhaven, Anstruther, Crail, Kingsbarns, St Andrews, Leuchars, Ceres, Cupar, Tayport, Elie, Pittenweem, St Monans, Strathmiglo, Crossford, East Nuek and Kinglassie.
All work is carried out to the highest standards, and at very competitive prices. Our staff are fully qualified and can carry out a free survey and provide a detailed report, itemising our findings, recommendations and the cost of providing this service.