Eco Environmental Services Ltd

Impenetrable Bird Netting System fitted to Liverpool`s World Museum.

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Source: Eco Environmental Services Ltd

Eco Environmental where excited to be asked to tender for the replacement of bird netting at the historic World Museum in Liverpool.

Eco Environmental tendered for a full replacement Netting System to the end elevation, coupled with carrying out various repair works to other sections on the building.

Eco Environmental were delighted to be awarded the tender and commissioned the use of specialist access equipment to successfully aid the installation of the replacement netting, Eco's Bird Net system is one of the most effective and long lasting ways of bird proofing buildings and other structures against all urban bird species. The anti-bird net system provides an impenetrable barrier that protects buildings without harming the birds.

Our fully trained installation team operated a 23m Spider Boom as well as a 26m Cherry Picker whilst implementing a pedestrian barrier to ensure the highest degree of safety for our employees and the public be maintained at all times; this was in conjunction with the appalling weather conditions that we had to endure. This work was completed to a high standard that both the Museum and Eco Environmental were very pleased with.

Netting systems are often thought of as unsightly, however as you can see from the pictures our installation is very discreet in fact almost invisible to the eye. The anti-bird nets are constructed from high density ultra-violet stabilised knotted 12/6 polyethylene which is chemically inert and rot proof in addition to offering a high resistance to a wide range of chemical and environmental conditions.

Should you have a similar requirement for an effective Bird Control solution or would like further advice on how to keep your building free from Pigeons & Seagulls please contact Eco Environmental on 01752 669009 or visit www.ecoltd.net for a full listof our services

Eco Environmental where excited to be asked to tender for the replacement of bird netting at the historic World Museum in Liverpool. Eco Environmental tendered for a full replacement Netting System to the end elevation, coupled with carrying out various repair works to other sections on the building.

Eco Environmental were delighted to be awarded the tender and commissioned the use of specialist access equipment to successfully aid the installation of the replacement netting, Eco's Bird Net system is one of the most effective and long lasting ways of bird proofing buildings and other structures against all urban bird species. The anti-bird net system provides an impenetrable barrier that protects buildings without harming the birds.

Our fully trained installation team operated a 23m Spider Boom as well as a 26m Cherry Picker whilst implementing a pedestrian barrier to ensure the highest degree of safety for our employees and the public be maintained at all times; this was in conjunction with the appalling weather conditions that we had to endure. This work was completed to a high standard that both the Museum and Eco Environmental were very pleased with.

Netting systems are often thought of as unsightly, however as you can see from the pictures our installation is very discreet in fact almost invisible to the eye. The anti-bird nets are constructed from high density ultra-violet stabilised knotted 12/6 polyethylene which is chemically inert and rot proof in addition to offering a high resistance to a wide range of chemical and environmental conditions.

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