How to provide bird control services when you don’t have inhouse expertise

As a pest control professional, you know the importance of providing comprehensive services to your clients. But what happens when one of your clients has a bird problem, and you don’t have the necessary skills to complete the job safely? Do you turn them away into the hands of another company?

As a busy pest control expert, the time needed to become a bird control specialist can be time consuming and complex.  It’s understandable to find it challenging, alongside running your business.  That is why we offer a “white label” bird control service.  By partnering with us, you can seamlessly integrate bird control into your service offerings without the investment in equipment, training, and manpower. We visit the site with you and act on your behalf.  When the job is done, all the communication with your client remains in your hands.

The benefits of offering bird control services

There are several advantages to incorporating our bird control services into your pest control business:

  • Increased client satisfaction – By offering a comprehensive solution that addresses all their pest concerns, you’ll leave your clients feeling confident and valued.
  • Improved client retention – Don’t lose a client simply because they have a bird problem. Offering bird control proves your commitment to their complete pest control needs.
  • New revenue opportunities – Bird control represents a new market to tap into. This can lead to increased revenue and business growth. Our trade pricing means you will make a profit.


What to Look for in a Bird Control Partner

If you decide to subcontract bird control services, it’s crucial to choose a reliable and qualified partner. Here are some key factors to consider:

  • Experience and qualifications – A bird control expert needs to understand bird behaviour to choose the best bird deterrents. Training in safe working practices at heights is essential, as technicians often use ropes and access equipment to reach nesting sites. Look for a company with experienced technicians who are IRATA-qualified for rope access and hold relevant certifications like BPCA.
  • Service range – The ideal partner should offer a variety of bird control solutions, including deterrent installation, netting services, guano removal and maintenance services.
  • Safety and humane practices – Ensure the company prioritises safe working practices and uses humane methods for bird deterrents.
  • Knowledge of the law – Bird control specialists must stay up-to-date on relevant regulations to ensure their methods comply with wildlife protection laws.


Partnering with Protex provides you with several benefits

  • Expertise – Our qualified technicians can tackle any bird control challenge, big or small.
  • Discretion and confidentiality – We maintain your client relationship and brand reputation.
  • Profitability – Our trade pricing structure allows you to make a healthy profit when subcontracting bird control to us.


Ready to take flight with bird control services?

Contact us today for an initial chat and to discuss the next steps.

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