Seagulls are a common sight today in our city centres as well as
our coastal towns. Keeping Seagulls off a building can be a
complicated process, and we would recommend a site survey from one
of our specialist Surveyors to determine the most effective
solution for you.
The vast majority of the enquiries we receive are from clients
with Seagulls nesting on their rooftops. They specifically are
concerned with the noise they make, the damage & mess they
create, and the potential injuries they can cause to engineers that
need to work on the roof, or sometimes just members of the
general public when their aggressive behaviour takes hold as they
fiercely protect their young.
Gulls are at their noisiest during their nesting season (April
to July). The eggs are usually laid in April or May, and their
young will hatch about 4 weeks later, before finally leaving the
nest after another 5 to 6 weeks