People like you across the United States and even around the world have had great success getting rid of pest birds - and keeping them away - using one or more of Hot Foot's long list of bird repellent solutions. For commercial or residential use, industry, government, and more, Hot Foot consistently sets the standard for humane, environmentally friendly, and effective methods of deterring nuisance birds.
Click on one of the stories below to read more.
This Pacific Heights apartment complex was a dream location for its many tenants - until the pigeons moved into the light well bringing mess, odor, and lots of bugs. Exclusion netting wasn't going to work, so Hot Foot came up with a not-so-obvious solution that got rid of the birds for good.
Wineries have always had a romantic appeal to them, but sometimes they can attract the wrong crowd pigeons. At Mauritson Wines in Healdsburg, CA, a small flock of pigeons tried to take up residence in their crush pad, taking advantage of the structure's angled ceiling with light fittings, pipes, and conduits that gave the flock many nooks and crannies to call home.
"You're going to be shocked when you see the amount of bird excrement these guys were walking through every day. And then what was behind the walls and ceiling..."
Bird exclusion and bird deterrents are crucial for the wine industry. Not only do birds love eating the grapes, bird droppings make for an unwelcome addition to the vintage... Eco-friendly bird repellents are the best ways to ensure a contaminant-free operation.
Hot Foot offers several different bird deterrent options to address various nuisance bird problems. In this case study, we provide two different examples of how Hot Foot's Electrack bird repellent system helped remove roosting pigeons permanently, without ever harming the birds.
Birds roosting at this building in Northern California may have been above the courthouse, but they weren't above the reach of Hot Foot and our patented bird repellents.
As anyone who has a swallow problem knows, once they've nested in or around your property, you can't get rid them until they fly away on their own. Swallows are migrating birds and therefore a protected species. Disturbing them or destroying their nests, if occupied, carries stiff fines.