Pigeon Proofing Solar Panels – Suffolk
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Solar Panel Protection from Pigeons in Suffolk
Domestic or Commercial, solar panels have become a viable option for everyone at an ever-increasing rate, and a money saving one at that! Here at Direct Solar Care we have noticed one down side: pigeons nesting under solar panels, along with jackdaws, other birds and squirrels, and more to the point, these pesky critters nesting or destroying the wires under the solar panels.
Unfortunately, no one is warned about this potential problem when they are buying the solar panels and so are unaware of the seriousness of their pest problem. The solar panels offer protection from the wind and rain and also radiate heat, thereby giving warmth to the pigeons or squirrels, providing an ideal place to roost or practice their chewing ability!
Bird Proofing Solar Panels
Direct Solar Care are the market leaders in solar panel bird proofing, so if you have pests under your solar panels we are the company to call! With teams who are fully trained in solar panel pigeon protection techniques and our specially manufactured solar panel clips you can rest assured that we will resolve your problem once and for all and what’s more, all of our work comes with a 5-year pigeon proofing guarantee to protect you against re-invasion.
Contact Direct Solar Care
Don’t delay; protect your solar panels before any long-term damage is caused. You may call our friendly team today at 0800 088 6392 for requests and inquiries. We have a team of trained pest controllers and solar panel experts on hand to assist you in getting rid of pigeons from your solar panels wherever you may be in Suffolk.
The East Anglian coastal county of Suffolk borders the North Sea as well as the counties of Essex, Norfolk and Cambridgeshire. Much of the coastline of Suffolk is taken up by the district of Suffolk Coastal, though the district of Waveney also lies on the coast. The of other districts of Suffolk include, Mid Suffolk, St Edmundsbury, Babergh, Forest Heath and the district of Ipswich which includes the county town of the same name.
Much of the county’s coastline makes up an Area of Outstanding Natural Beauty known as Suffolk Coast and Heaths. This area includes a number of coastal towns such as Thorpeness, Southwold, Covehithe, Bawdsey, Walberswick, Dunwich, Orford, Orford Ness, Minsmere and Sizewell.
There are a few other major towns in Suffolk, not including the county town of Ipswich and the various towns named above. One of these is the coastal town of Lowestoft, at which some of the earliest evidence of settlement in Britain has been found.
Another is Bury St Edwards, which takes its name from the patron saint of Suffolk, St Edward, who was King of East Anglia in the 800s and was killed by the Vikings. There is also the town of Newmarket, found on the western edge of Suffolk, the town is considered the home of thoroughbred horse racing. Newmarket is home to over 3,500 racehorses – the only animals who outnumber the horses are those awful pigeons