I visited this site early fall of 2007 only to see an alley way full of pigeon droppings, nests, and pigeon eggs. It was so bad the residents in the buildings could not open their windows because they were afraid of disease and bacteria. I left the site with my measurements and pictures and prepared a plan for a solution and its cost, understanding that this was going to be a huge project.
After numerous phone calls talking with the customers to explain our plan and the costs and how it would benefit all the residents adjacent to this infested alley I was fairly confident that we would be rewarded the job. Even though I was pretty sure that Precision Wildlife would be helping these Boston residents with their pigeon problem I understood that with projects of this magnitude and so many involved, many different opinions can sometimes alter the decision.
In late February of 2008 we got the call that we were to move forward with the project. The project outlined was to completely clean and sanitize the alley affected and completely net it off to prevent further infestation. The buildings, 2 of them, stood 5 stories high, had an opening of literally 2 feet to gain access, making setup and working conditions a lot less than ideal. Throughout the job we had some great views of Boston, some awesome lunches, and the satisfaction of seeing a job well done.
I made a follow up call last week to talk with Betsy, the one who had coordinated things for us, she informed me that a resident told her they had cooked breakfast the other morning with the windows open for the first time in years. I was thrilled to hear that what we had done was noticed in many more ways than one!
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