RLS Restoration Ltd are experts in fitting anti-roosting bird spikes.
Birds instinctively fly to “landing strips” such as roof ledges, windowsills, building projections, signs, statues, trusses and beams. But now you can keep them from landing on your property, easily, inexpensively…and permanently!
Pigeons are considered a common pest in many built up areas. Feral Pigeons have a large number of health risks mainly associated with close human contact with their nests or guano / droppings.
Anti-roosting Bird Spikes prevent pigeons & seagulls from perching on your property without hurting them. “AVIPOINT™” anti-roosting bird spikes are the Industry Standard method of protecting your property. Spikes are recommended by the RSPB (Royal Society for the Protection of Birds) and PICAS (The Pigeon Control Advisory Service).
RLS Restoration Ltd use the AVIPOINT™ range of bird management spikes.
The AVIPOINT™ ‘P’ series can be used to protect buildings against birds in a wide range of situations, from daytime perching to night roosting sites and from the narrowest of pipes to the widest of building ledges.
The bases are UV light-protected polycarbonate, with breakable sections. The spikes are a heavy-duty 1.4mm in diameter and are made from 302 grade stainless steel, cut flat to prevent injury to both installers and birds. These spikes are moulded into the base for improved durability. Like most spike bird proofing systems, AVIPOINT™ systems are difficult to see when installed.
AVIPOINT™ have a very wide range of applications for the following reasons:
- They come in different designs for different pressures of infestation.
- Different heights are available for different bird species.
- They can be fixed to almost any surface.
- They can be used in a series of rows to protect large areas or broken into small pieces.
- Stainless steel wires and ultra violet light stabilised plastic bases makes them durable and long lasting.
- They are quick and easy to install.
The tips of the wires in the systems supplied by RLS Restoration Ltd are all cut square, so that birds will not injure themselves.