Nixalite - Model E-Spike - Economy Stainless Steel Bird Spikes
E-Spike is our most affordable, stainless steel, full row pigeon and seagull control spike. It covers up to 7' of surface with a single row. E-Spike Full Row is 6” wide, 4” high and has 48 points/foot. This bird deterrent spike is flexible, long lasting and economical. Blunt Tip option is available.
E-Spike Pigeon & Seagull Eco-Spike Stainless Steel
- 100% high grade stainless steel construction makes it UV and fire proof
- Made in the USA from stainless produced in the USA
- E-Spike Full Row is 6” wide, 4” high and has 48 points/foot
- E-Spike comes in 2 and 4 ft lengths with either pointed or Blunt Tip wires
- No assembly, E-Spike comes ready to install
- Flexible 1/4' base that follows surface shapes
- Available in ColorCoat colors
- Install with Mounting Hardware or Adhesive
Use E-Spike for pigeons and seagulls only. Do not use E-Spike to control small birds or to prevent heavy infestations of any type of bird. For total surface control, use Nixalite Premium Bird Barrier Spikes.
The Automated Estimate Worksheet will provide everything you need to accurately estimate the E-Spike & Pigeon Spike Stainless amounts for each installation surface.
What this Automated Estimate Worksheet will do for you:
- It will recommend the correct Model or Models (based on surface dimensions).
- It will provide you with the quantity of E-Spike and Pigeon Spike Stainless spikes needed to protect each surface.
- It will generate an installation diagram that shows the E-Spike and Pigeon Spike Stainless spacing on the surface.
This Automated Estimate Worksheet is for the E-Spike and Pigeon Spike Stainless only.
Use E-Spike or Premium Nixalite models on narrow surfaces.
If planning for a Pigeon Spike Composite installation, go to the Composite Spike page for details.
Before using the Automated Worksheet you must know..
- The Surface Depth (front to back) in inches or centimeters.
- The Surface Length (end to end) in feet or meters.
- The surface exposure (if it is Single Exposed or Double Exposed). If you are not sure, see the examples below or contact Nixalite.
A Single Exposed Surface is open to one side and has at least one bordering object such as a wall. Examples include a building ledge, window sill, a wall mounted sign, etc.
A Double Exposed Surface is open to both sides and has no bordering objects. Examples include parapets, pipes, free-standing beams, etc.