Pigeon program for commercial buildings


The state of Colorado has no shortage of pigeons, and that problem is only going to worsen in the future.  Recently, many national companies have discontinued their monthly pigeon programs in Colorado, sending letters to existing customers advising them of the change.  This change comes as the result of the way they treated for pigeons and the material they used.  This product recently underwent a change to the product label.  Pest control operators are held to the label of the products they use, and the change made the current application method for national companies illegal going forward.  Fortunately for IPM and its customers, we have an integrated approach and a common-sense, multi-faceted monthly program for pigeons that allows us to serve our customers without skating close to the limit of the law.  We recognize that health care, hospitality, food service, retail and office buildings cannot afford these pests nor the cosmetic degradation they bring.  We also realize the responsibility we have to the environment, the surrounding areas and the animals themselves to create solutions that restore balance and minimize the footprint we leave.  So, as the mega-companies shed their pigeon business, perhaps you’ll consider calling IPM for a free estimate.  If a monthly, proactive service is in everyone’s best interest, we’ll be happy to be your new pest control company.

Pigeon removal

Pigeons are a common problem on commercial buildings in Colorado.  The birds are sometimes a nuisance themselves, but usually the droppings are the bigger problem; pigeons make a mess.  A typical pigeon flock grows from year to year exponentially, and so does the mess.  On top of the negative aesthetics of pigeon poop, the waste they create is a vector for disease.  IPM has several solutions for problem birds, call anytime for more information.  Inspections are free, but also necessary for an accurate assessment of the issue.  For more information on pigeons themselves, their behavior and some interesting facts,  follow this link to CSU’s page:

http://lib.colostate.edu/research/agnic/pigeons.html