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Kris

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Those videos were great. I love it DIY bird deterrents. I think the last one was the best turning old fencing into bird spikes. Birds can really make a mess of things and it's good to know I can stop them.


Glad you enjoyed the videos leo. Now if you ever have a problem, you will know how to take care of it.
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Stupid birds! I was on a job the other day and we were repairing a commercial flat roof when all of a sudden out of nowhere five birds starting dive bombing us. We kept trying to shoo them away but they kept it up for like ten minutes before they flew off. We still don't know what caused it.


That is strange. Something must have been drawing them to your area. Let us know if you figured it out yet.
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We've had quite a few customers with bird problems lately. I think I am going to refer them to this thread so they can combat the little buggers.


Or you could just figure out where their problem is stemming from and take care of it for them. It's another way to make some money on the job.
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Stupid birds! I was on a job the other day and we were repairing a commercial flat roof when all of a sudden out of nowhere five birds starting dive bombing us. We kept trying to shoo them away but they kept it up for like ten minutes before they flew off. We still don't know what caused it.


We had something similar like this happen, but it was in a residential area. We thought there might be some sort of nest in one of the neighboring trees, but we didn't spot one.
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You know the best way to control birds on a roof? Keep trees away from your house! The closer the trees are, the more likely you will have a bird problem. It is common sense. 
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You know the best way to control birds on a roof? Keep trees away from your house! The closer the trees are, the more likely you will have a bird problem. It is common sense. 


That's great advice for your own house, but when you're on a job you can't control that aspect. Plus, a lot of people like having trees around their house as it adds to the beauty and also provides shade to help keep energy bill lower.
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