As the UK’s gull (seagull) control experts we have been providing advice and gull control solutions since 1993. There are a number of gull control measures to mitigate urban gull problems which may include:
An effective programme is likely to use a combination of the above methods, however we will complete a bird survey before making gull mitigation recommendations.
Common gull (seagull) problems we deal with include:
If a seagull problem is present it will need everyone affected to work together for a successful outcome. We may find the need to survey neighbouring premises too; often they will be affected by the same nuisance urban gulls or could even be the source which is attracting the gull problem. We will work with you and the surrounding community to ensure that the final outcome is the dispersal of the nuisance seagulls.
We are always proud of our high standards and love our client feedback.
“I am very happy with the way that your company has dealt with our pest problems so far. To date everything you said you would do has considerably reduced the problem and the tenants although wary at the start are now saying that they are glad we have this in place.
One thing in particular is that when Dan comes on site to do his business quite a few people come up to him and are interested in what he’s doing and of course the lovely Hawks take centre stage!”
“Historically we have had pest issues in the past, rats, mice, pigeons and Gulls and most recently Canadian Geese. Our previous supplier wasn’t getting quick results so we contacted NBC Environment on the back of some recommendations. Over the past 12 months NBC have done a fantastic job with rodent riddance programs and also a safe removal of the Canadian geese. We are very happy with NBC and we have just resigned for another 12 months. Craig Bickerstaffe our main point of contact is very professional and I cannot fault his service especially with the current situation with Covid-19. We will continue to be a customer with NBC”
“We called in NBC on short notice to advise us and the client on the best way to over come our problem. NBC gave us good advice and helped us over come all our issues on our short time frame.
The operatives that visited site and completed the work were very knowledgeable, and helpful. Look forward to working with NBC again.”
“We first approached NBC in 2015 as a large colony of gulls had taken residence on our roof. These gulls were causing a health and safety issue by dive bombing drivers, defecating over vehicles and sometimes members of staff.
NBC came in and recommended a bird control programme. This has been in place for 5 years and we have seen a dramatic reduction in numbers with the colony now being pushed away into the surrounding area – this has been a great investment for our company. NBC’s staff have always been knowledgeable, helpful and highly skilled when carrying out their work – I would strongly recommend them to any business.”
“I would just like to say thank you to your team for the netting installations and the excellent workmanship. We are more than happy with it and will definitely be using you again!!”
“NBC have provided great assistance in resolving our gull and pigeon infestation and I would recommend them wholeheartedly. Their team and systems are professional and very helpful, always looking for imaginative ways of resolving our issues. In a business that is unpredictable by nature, these are great assets.”
“Since first being approached and engaging with NBC environment, they have worked closely with us to offer operational solutions to ensure the safe operation and maintenance of our assets. Once engaged and discussing the services, we began to fully appreciate the breadth and depth of support they could and would begin to offer us.
This ranged from temporary deterrent measures to physical barriers to prevent unwanted gulls nesting on sensitive equipment and protecting our workforce from being attacked whilst working at height. Their expertise and supportive approach have made them a valued partner ASCO Fuels and Lubricants, moving forward.”