Bird nesting season is right around the corner. And while there is something beautiful about letting nature takes it course and allowing birds the freedom they want to nest in different locations, they have a tendency to choose bathroom exhaust vents and dryer vents. Not only is this dangerous to the bids and their nests, it is also dangerous to the inhabitants of the property. Dryer Vent Bird Guard, a business in Kannapolis, NC, has developed inserts that are easy to install on dryer vents to help prevent birds from nesting there. Bird nests could cause problems, such as clogging of the vents and even contamination.
George Steiner, spokesperson for the company, says: "When the birds start to appear, there is a definite sense of spring in the air, which makes people feel happy. However, if birds end up nesting in their vents, that happiness will be short lived. Not only can it cause untold problems for the property and its inhabitants, it also has the potential to kill the birds if the vents are used for dryers and exhausts. With our guard that is designed to stop nesting birds, none of that has to concern people anymore."
Dryer Vent Bird Guard is committed to developing products that protect both properties and wildlife. They were recently featured for their tireless commitment to achieving just that. Their aim has been to create a product that is easy to install and remove, while at the same time build people's knowledge and awareness of birds and their nesting seasons, as it is recommended to take the guards off when the nesting season is over and then re-install them right before the start of the next season.
The company has also ensured that installing a dryer vent bird guard is very easy to do. They have created a video on YouTube with full instructions about the overall process, but also encourage people to contact them should they have any questions. Steiner adds: "We wanted to create something that anybody could use and install. This is why the vent guard is made of a standard size that fits most vents, and it should take no more than 60 seconds to pop it in place, or to take it off again. Nevertheless, our YouTube video gives full instructions for those who feel they need some guidance."
SOURCE: Press Advantage [Link]