High-Rise

Protecting High-Rise Buildings

High-rise buildings present an easy target for birds. Not only are they up in the birds' domain, but they offer multiple stories on which they can roost and nest. Because high-rises are high-profile, discreet products are a must.

Most Effective Products

Bird-Shock Flex-Track

A low-profile ledge deterrent system that is effective against all species of pest birds.
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Dura-Spike

Economical bird spike made from 100% Stainless Steel. Perfect for Pigeons or larger.
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StealthNet

The strongest and most versatile bird exclusion system.StealthNet denies pest birds access to any architecture.
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Bird-Flite

The industry standard. Durable stainless steel spikes in Lexan base. Perfect for Pigeons or larger.
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ARTICLES

Modern Building Maintains Sleek Image

Modern Building Maintains Sleek ImageMore than 100 rolls (5,000 feet) of Bird-Shock Flex-Track were installed on this building. More than 20 chargers were utilized based on the configuration and zone design. Two men installed the entire system in about two weeks. Structure: Aluminm-faced high-rise Problem: Pigeons roosting on balcony ledges Product Used: Flex-TrackWhat looks like a beautiful, new building […] ...

Multi-Housing News looks at a successful bird proofing job at Trump Towers

Multi-Housing News, an online publication that provides the multi-housing industry with news, information and analysis has recently run an article about a successful bird proofing project in Miami, Fl using Bird Shock Flex-Track. ...

Mike Rowe Takes the Bosun?s Chair to New Heights

Mike Rowe, the host of the increasingly famous show, Dirty Jobs, brings the dirt to the window cleaning industry. In his most recent episode he travels to Hawaii and joins the crew of Worldwide Window Cleaning where he harnesses up and hops into a bosun?s chair to clean windows 40 stories above downtown Honolulu. ...

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