Solar Panel Proofing

Expert solar panel proofing for pigeons and birds in the South of England. Including London, Surrey, Sussex, Kent, Hampshire, Essex, Middlesex, Bucks, Berks & Herts

Specialist Solar Panel Bird Proofing

10 Year Solar Panel Proofing Guarantee

Solar panels have increased in popularity in recent years as the society in general moves towards a greener environment. The cost savings following the initial investment can be significant, with some of our clients, even reporting a generation of power from starlight!


As fantastic as this is, what the installers don’t tell you is that by having solar panels fitted you have created a warm, safe harbourage for birds, especially feral pigeons. Unfortunately, once pigeons have identified this, they are unlikely to move on without human intervention. A large population of pigeons can soon be established, resulting in a build-up of nesting materials, eggs, and guano which can pose a significant risk to health and safety if left unaddressed.

Birds Nesting Under Your Solar Panels?

Safety First

Health and safety are paramount when working at height. Especially with solar panel proofing, and where possible we will use our specially designed, HSE approved ladder and roof ladder harness system. The specialist ladders help us safely access your roof and carry out the work quickly and efficiently. Furthermore, solar panel bird proofing ladders give a clearance of 23cm beneath, keeping all weight away from direct contact with the array. We also have a full in-house rope access system available to use, but if this is not possible, we will advise you on the best access options to implement such as scaffolding or mobile elevated work platforms.

Highest Quality

High-quality 25mm galvanised steel mesh is installed around the sides of the solar panels to prevent pigeons and birds from gaining access to the areas underneath them. Due to warranties and guarantees on solar panel installations, we highly recommend using our specialist non-intrusive solar panel mesh clips to fix the mesh in place. However, we can use alternative methods if required. If there are ever any issues surrounding the specified process of repairing, we will always advise you before using any alternatives. All equipment used is obtained from the leading industry suppliers and is of the best quality available.

Fully Accredited

All of our solar panel proofing installation team are fully qualified, British Pest Control Association members, with many years of experience in dealing with a variety of pest related issues.

We are also Checkatrade, Chas and EN 16636 Accredited, ISO 9001:2015 Certified, and a BPCA Member company.

Moreover, we are licensed by Natural England for the control of feral pigeons - fully insured with all certificates available on request.

10 Year Guarantee

Our specialist 25mm x 25mm solar panel pigeon proofing mesh comes galvanised as standard in gauge 16 - pre-cut to suit the height of a typical solar array. The mesh is the best type to use as it will stand up to the test of time and made for this purpose, as opposed to inferior alternatives that are weaker and will rust quickly. The clips used to affix the mesh to the solar panel are non-intrusive, hooking under the base of the solar panel and are held in place with a retaining nut and washer. We obtain all of our materials in bulk, directly from the manufacturers meaning our costs are far more competitive than our competition. We are so confident in our products and installation techniques that we offer a 10-year guarantee on all work!

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Frequently Asked Questions
  • Will my solar panels be cleaned when the proofing works are carried out?
  • Will pigeons persist on my property once the work is complete?
  • Do I need to install spikes on my ridge tiles?
  • Are there other options beyond the 25mm galvanised mesh?
  • Why should I use a pest control company?
  • How much does bird proofing solar panels cost?
  • Can you remove the pigeons as part of the work?
  • How can I pay for the work?