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Chimney Swift Problems

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Barnes Wildlife Control

DAYTON REGION
2651 Grange Hall Rd
Beavercreek, OH 45431
Phone: (937) 340-1867
Email: Go To Contact Form

Buckeye Wildlife Solutions

COLUMBUS REGION
P.O. Box 321
Lewis Center, OH 43035
Phone: (844) 544-9453
Email: Go To Contact Form

Buckeye Northwest Division

TOLEDO REGION
815 Morrison Road
Fremont Oh 42420
Phone: (419) 603-7284
Email: Go To Contact Form

The Insect Eating Rocket

General Chimney Swift Problems In Ohio

The sounds you hear in your chimney may be chimney swifts and not bats, and if so, that’s when your chimney swift problems will begin. Your chimney swift problems usually start in Ohio around April, when they return from their warm-weather someplace south. In the past, chimney swifts built their nests in hollowed-out trees, but they make their nests in Ohio Chimneys due to the lack of trees, and once in, you can expect your chimney swift problems to increase with time.

Chimney Swifts eat almost one-third of their own weight daily in flying insects and spiders, including mosquitoes, black flies, gnats, and termites.
You can tell if you have chimney swift problems by going outside when the sun starts going down and observe whether birds are entering or exiting your chimney. If you look at the photos below, you can see chimney swifts look like little rockets, and they will fly into your chimney to sleep. Chimney Swifts have unique feet to cling to vertical surfaces, so crawling up and down a chimney is not a problem.

It takes chimney swifts up to 30 days to build a nest in your chimney, though building can take less time, and they may lay eggs before finishing the nest. Baby chimney swifts will hatch within two weeks. After that, the irritating chimney swift problems increase with the noise created from the hatchlings crying out for food. Finally, in about 30 days, the babies will head out of your chimney for their initial flight.

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Sometimes hundreds of chimney swifts will circle and roost in one chimney. Generally, this situation occurs in industrial chimneys that are very large but more than one nest may be your chimney.

Whatever chimney swift problems you may encounter Ohio Bird Control can find a solution that is both humane and effective. Take a moment and give Ohio Bird Control a call at one of our numbers below.

DAYTON REGION PHONE LINE
(937) 340-1867

COLUMBUS REGION PHONE LINE
(844) 544-9453

TOLEDO REGION PHONE LINE
(419) 603-7284

If you see chimney swifts flying around your chimney more often than not you have a nest inside the chimney. Ohio Bird Control is here to help.

chimney swift problems will happen when you find them flying around your chimney
We humanely deal with your chimney swift problems, especially with baby chimney swifts that are in a chimney.
A small chimney swift pulled from a chimney. Let Ohio Bird Control help you with your chimney swift problems.

Ohio Bird Control’s Solutions To Chimney Swift Problems

Below are a few ways that we might ease your nuisance chimney swift problems. Decoys, bird spikes, hanging shiny objects, and electronic systems are a few trade tools that can help control your chimney swift problems. But when your chimney swift issues become serious it’s best to call Ohio Bird Control at one of our numbers and we’ll make sure that we’ll find a solution to those irritating chimney swift problems affecting your home or business.

Ohio Bid Control uses decoys for nuisance bird deterrents

Decoys

Many visual deterrents are proven to be highly effective against the specific birds they target. Ohio Bird Control has access to the most effective visual decoys on the market including scarecrows, fake eggs, and much more.
Ohio Bid Control uses bird spikes for nuisance bird deterrents

Bird Spikes

Anti-roosting bird spikes are fantastic deterrents for keeping birds out of specific areas like rooftops, windowsills, chimneys, and more. They require no maintenance whatsoever and are considered to be permanent, 100% effective fixes.

Ohio Bid Control uses hanging shiny objects for nuisance bird deterrents

Hanging Shiny Objects

Light-based repellents use highly-reflective materials which are often enhanced with patterns, colors, and designs which make for a more intense deterrent. Simply using the light from the Sun, these repellents can prove very useful.
Ohio Bid Control uses electronic systems for nuisance bird deterrents

Electronic Systems

Lasers, solar panels, and ultrasonic deterrents are among the most widely-used electronic bird deterrents on the market. Ohio Bird Control uses the most trusted, highest-quality products on the market for optimal results.

Ohio Bid Control suggest you remove water and food sources for nuisance bird deterrents

Remove Water And Food Sources

Often times, habitat modification is sufficient for deterring birds from gathering on your property. Removing water and food sources will eliminate two key criteria which make your property a target for birds in the first place.
Ohio Bid Control uses netting for nuisance bird deterrents

Bird Netting

Bird netting with heavy-duty materials like nylon helps create a physical barrier through which birds cannot pass. No matter the materials or mesh size, all of our netting’s effectiveness is guaranteed to be durable and effective.

DAYTON REGION PHONE LINE
(937) 340-1867

COLUMBUS REGION PHONE LINE
(844) 544-9453

TOLEDO REGION PHONE LINE
(419) 603-7284

Barnes Wildlife Control

DAYTON REGION
2651 Grange Hall Rd
Beavercreek, OH 45431
Phone: (937) 340-1867
Email: Go To Contact Form

Buckeye Wildlife Solutions

COLUMBUS REGION
P.O. Box 321
Lewis Center, OH 43035
Phone: (844) 544-9453
Email: Go To Contact Form

Buckeye Northwest Division

TOLEDO REGION
815 Morrison Road
Fremont Oh 42420
Phone: (419) 603-7284
Email: Go To Contact Form

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