Keeping Wildlife Out!


Depending on your situation we will come up with a way to keep wildlife out of your property. Click below to see how we can secure your home from various pests.

Some cases

This is the area where the soffit meets the roof. This area is secured by screening the soffit to the roof using an “L” bracket cut out. This will prevent the animal from pushing or tearing soffit to gain entry into the roof.
Also known as roofline gap, can be secured using a 16 gauge galvanized steel hardware cloth or heavy gauge flashing. This will prevent animals from knowing through fascia or joining roof board.
Secured using a 16 gauge galvanized steel hardware cloth, which are custom fit according to each roof vent size and shape. This prevents animals from gnawing through and/or pulling off roof vent.
Secured using a 16 gauge galvanized steel hardware cloth, which is cut and fitted to protect plumbing mat from animals chewing or tearing to gain access through pipe cut out.
Secured to prevent birds and sometime squirrels from living within them.
Capped and secured to prevent animals from going into them.
Bird netting can be done for various birds, most commonly for pigeons, sparrows, and starlings to keep them out (eg. Balconies and loading bays). Spiking is generally used to keep birds off roofs, eves, ledges, signs etc. Other bird prevention we offer: include bird slope, bird gel, and bird wire.
A trench and screening method is used to secure decks and sheds (also known as skirting). This usually consists of digging, removing bushes, shrubs, fences, and/or drilling into foundation to secure screening.
Brick soffit gap is filled with a clear silicone. Roof vents are secured from under vent with a fine mesh hardware cloth. Roof soffit intersections can be secured with fine mesh or silicone depending on the size. Window flashing is secured with silicone. Upper brick vents are filled with steal wool. Fascia gap is secure with a heavy gate flashing. Chimneys are capped with a fine mesh. Bats that have gotten into living spaces can sometime be caught and removed while onsite.
Wildlife Specialist