Bathroom Bird Nest Removal
Are birds nesting in your bathroom vents? Don’t let them cause damage to your duct work, invite bug infestations, and create unpleasant smells in your bathroom. Let Vent Busters take care of the problem for you!
At Vent Busters, we specialize in effectively removing bird nests and any unfortunate deceased birds from your bathroom vents. Not only will we restore proper airflow, but we also offer a range of bird guards to prevent future invasions.
Choose Vent Busters to handle your bird vent issues with professionalism, efficiency, and care. Say goodbye to the grossness of birds breeding in your bathroom vents and hello to a clean and healthy environment!
Contact Vent Busters today to protect your home and keep those birds where they belong – outside!
Frequently Asked Questions
Bathroom vents are very delicate and require special care to clean out properly.
We have an arsenal of tools to safely extract the nesting without damaging the vent. We pull out pine straw, wood chips, poop and other nesting the birds bring into the vent.
Once the vent is clear we provide a guard suitable for your siding.
Bathroom vents are made of an insulated flexible core. This is the same type of vent modern HVAC systems use. It is very delicate and birds can rip into it. Once the outer core is punctured the birds gain access to your ceilings, walls, attics, etc. The damage can be in the thousands.
Birds bring disease, bugs, mold and smells. Your fan will circulate the contaminated air back into the bathroom whenever you are taking a shower…
If a bathroom vent is severely damaged and cannot be cleaned the only alternative is to replace the entire vent.
This requires access to the attic or ceilings and becomes a bigger project. If we find any of the vents are beyond cleaning we will inform you and come up with a solution for replacement.
We offer a variety of pest proof guards and vent caps. The standard service includes a plastic guard and hood. There are also options for metal guards and premium vent caps.
In our experience Wildlife services shy away from dealing with nests in vents. We have come across plenty of homes where the wildlife services simply installed a guard and left the nest to rot inside the vent.
Our guess is that they know the high likely hood of the vent being damaged and aren’t equipped to deal with it. It is also really gross to get bird poop all over myself, so there is that too.
The majority of bird nests we come across are empty after May.
If we find a live nest we can setup one way exits onto the vent. This will allow the birds to leave when they are ready but cannot get back in.
If you choose we can reschedule for a later date after the birds develop and leave the nest. We are not a wildlife service and cannot “rescue” the birds.