Bird Removal Services
Since the top portion of your chimney is isolated high above ground, it becomes an irresistible nesting spot for a family of birds looking to stay warm and protected from predators. Unfortunately, these houseguests can cause an array of problems within the chimney system.
Birds: Noisy, Dirty, Dangerous Houseguests
Birds bring in debris to build nests, and those nests can block your flue and create a fire hazard (since the materials birds use are highly flammable). Birds also fill your chimney with annoying sounds, unsanitary bugs, and unwanted smells.
More frustrating, still, is having federally protected chimney swifts move into your chimney. They’re beautiful birds, but as the name suggests, they’re drawn to roosting in chimneys. And once they move in, their federal protection status means that you can’t remove them or their nests — and neither can we. The only proper course of action is to wait for them to move on and then to take steps to prevent their return.
Even if you love birds, they make quite inconsiderate and dangerous house guests. And if you have a chimney without a top-sealing damper, there’s nothing really discouraging them from entering.
Weststar Chimney Sweeps’ technicians can remove nests from your chimney and prevent birds from moving back in by installing a protective chimney damper or cap. When properly sized and installed, these will keep birds and any other unwanted animals out of your chimney, for good.
If you have birds living in your chimney, call Weststar Chimney Sweeps! We can safely remove their nests, and prevent them from returning in the future.
Unfortunately, we no longer offer bee removal services. We apologize for the inconvenience.
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Appreciated that the tech took the time to educate me about my chimney. As a new owner I had no clue regarding its condition or that the flue didn't go up the center of the chimney. Also pleased that tech was able to repair the cracks without scheduling a second appointment. One stop shopping! Thank you.
~ Valerie Hassan