Birds are one of the major headaches for the agricultural sector and for people who enjoy growing crops in their own garden, as they often feast on the produce. They also cause problems by congregating in city centres and other urban areas, where their droppings can create a health hazard.
We believe it's far better to use a humane method to stop birds from having a detrimental impact on people's lives – environmentally friendly, bird netting will cause them no harm.
By using netting, you're simply stopping birds from landing on either your fruit and vegetable plants or the buildings where they might roost. By covering the location with a net, it ensures they stay away, so there's no need for any other type of pest control that could well harm the birds or the environment.
Pigeons and smaller species, such as starlings and sparrows, will devour fruit and vegetable crops and seeds, wreaking havoc for farmers, allotment-holders and gardeners. Using bird netting will make sure they don't get to your produce before you do.
Causing problems with noise and mess, seagulls are scavengers and can be found in abundance in coastal areas. Seagull netting is a great way of deterring gulls from roosting and nesting on roofs.
We also manufacture sturdy, knotted pheasant netting, which will keep the birds in, rather than out!
Henry Cowls provides various types of bird netting including knotted seagull, pigeon, starling and sparrow netting. Manufactured from heavy-duty, UV-stabilised polyethylene, our netting is of an extremely high quality and can retain its shape and strength for up to 20 years. Suitable for the unpredictable British climate, it is built to last.
Designed to order, whether you need the smallest, bespoke-size knotted sparrow netting, or the sturdiest knotted seagull netting with a breaking strength of 14kg, we can cater for every client's individual requirements.
We manufacture and supply a large range of netting products to suit any situation. To discuss your requirements, please give us a call on 01326 221 514.