ExcludeNet Bird Control Netting
Bell Bird Control's ExcludeNet is a specifically designed bird control exclusion netting that, when properly installed, prevents birds from penetrating selected spaces, keeping them from roosting and nesting. ExcludeNet is a simple yet effective means of ending your buildings bird problems. ExcludeNet bird control netting is manufactured from UV-protected polyethylene and installed using stainless and galvanized steel hardware. ExcludeNet installations will stand up to the elements while taking care of bird problems with minimum maintenance, unlike more fragile bird control products.
Available in different mesh sizes to protect against bird infestations by various species, ExcludeNet bird control is also available in colors that match the surrounding area, making installations of this bird control system virtually invisible.
Default colors: Black and Beige (Stone). Custom-dyed nets available.
Netting sizes: Up to 200 feet by 50 feet for seamless installations
AG (Aesthetic Grade) ExcludeNet
Bell also offers the thinnest bird control netting available: AG ExcludeNet is 33% thinner mesh than standard 3/4” bird control netting, making AG ExcludeNet even more invisible.
Bell Bird Control’s AG ExcludeNet is most often requested for historic restoration and landmarks because it is designed especially for exterior facades where low visibility of bird control products is important.
Installation of ExcludeNet bird control netting
While anyone can attach bird control netting to a building, not anyone can get the job done on the first try. Bell is the leading bird control company for a reason: our technicians are the most experienced bird control experts. They thoroughly research the area affected by pest birds, determine the correct bird control solution, and apply it to ensure elimination of the bird infestation.
The application of the wrong bird control netting can lead to ineffective placements or even building damage. Let the leaders at Bell Bird Control solve your problems on the first visit with ExcludeNet.