Solar Panel Bird Proofing

Unfortunately, nuisance birds like pigeons and seagulls like to make their homes in the most awkward of places. While traditionally you may see them nesting up on the eaves or ledges of buildings across Plymouth and the surrounding areas, with the increasing popularity of solar panels, you will see more and more nesting underneath them and leaving their mark. Noisy, messy and prone to mites, the droppings of pigeons and seagulls can also cause damage to the equipment. Effective and immediate solar panel bird proofing can protect your Plymouth home or business.

Problems that nuisance birds can cause from solar panel nesting

Of course, such an intricate system can sustain damage not to mention a reduction in efficiency. To ensure that your solar panel installation doesn’t suffer at the hands (or claws) of nuisance birds, you need to ensure that you have an adequate solar panel bird proofing system in place.

Bird proof your Plymouth solar panels when installed

Once installed immediate bird proofing is required to ensure that the solar panels are not interfered with. As part of your installation process, bird proofing should be given priority.

Solar panel bird proofing methods

Our methods include the installation of a bird proof meshing system designed to stop the birds from being able to perch on the panels. It is easy to install and means that there is no drilling required to the panels. It can be easily removed for maintenance or cleaning and does not invalidate the warranty of the panels. Solar panel bird proofing protects the roof, the wiring and the equipment.

If you would like more information about our solar panel bird proofing, be sure to give us a call on 01752 929292 or get in touch and we will be happy to take a look for you.

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