The UK gull population is on the increase. The growth in numbers and the fact that they can be aggressive and noisy, as well as damaging buildings, and carrying diseases means that they often come into conflict with humans when they nest close to homes and businesses.
The gull problem
Gulls eggs start to hatch from late May and once a colony is established, they’ll remain in the same spot for around 6 months. It’s very difficult to disperse them once they are settled, and because it’s illegal to tamper with or destroy a nest, you should always hire professional pest control to help you manage the problem.
How we can help
Contego is one of the leading urban gull control specialists in the UK. We provide urban gull control services to sites nationwide, including food factories, docks, rail sidings, hospitals, industrial estates, and schools.