Birds usually enter your home or business through bathroom and laundry room vents. Approximately 90% of our bird removal service customers need to resolve this particular problem in their home. Hence, we are able to offer fixed pricing the costs most situations. On the other hand, occasionally birds do enter through gable vents, ridge vents, or holes in soffits depositing feces and nesting material. Unfortunately, the solution to these bird removal situation is not one we can quote without an inspection.
Our standard price for bird removal services for your first vent is $195. However, you need to consider the other vents in your home as well. For instance, you will have an exterior vent for your laundry room exhaust vent and each bathroom exhaust fan vent in your home. Each of these vents are a potential home for birds.
Our standard bird removal cost of each additional vent that has a nest is $95. Birds nesting in your home will entice others to do the same, similar to a bird feeder. Your home is now considered a “safe bird sanctuary” by other birds looking to build a nest. The longer you have had a bird nest in a vent, the more likely you have more than one.
Lastly, you need to consider your OTHER exposed vents. You have the option to install bird-proof vent covers for $45.00 per vent. Some will elect to cover them, some want to save money by not. However, approximately 80% of our customers who elect to not cover their other vents, call us back within a 2-3 weeks to schedule another bird removal service. In most cases, the cost to cover all your additional vents is less than another $195.00 bird removal service call.
Birds will rip your vent ductwork and nest between the floors of your home or in your attic if not removed promptly. In this case, we will have to install a one-way gate system, for an additional charge, to the access point to remove the birds from your home. After 2-3 days, a technician will come back to cover the vent. Furthermore, you will need to replace the ductwork to restore the vent to its original condition. Cost for this service can vary because the the location and length of the ductwork.
Occasionally birds enter homes through gable vents, ridge vents, or holes in soffits which requires a different process. We may need to install a one-way gate if we are not able to remove the nest by hand. Once the birds are removed, the area will be secured with galvanized mesh or flat steel.
It is important to note, that the area must be able to be sealed for use to be able to keep the birds out. Unfortunately, we can not remove birds nesting in exposed beams, like under an open borch, since we can not secure the area. Varmint Gone recommends you wait until the birds have left the nest, then remove the nest and clean the area of any feces. You may have to spray water at any birds that try to build another nest in the area.
Call 888-391-3330 or schedule an appointment online with the specialists at Varmint Gone to help resolve your bird situation. Checkout Our Reviews Online at Varmint Gone Matthews or Varmint Gone Cornelius