Residential Roof-Mounted Solar Pest Specialists
We Service The Entire
Northeast of USA.
States we service include: New Jersey, Pennsylvania, New York, Delaware,
Maryland, Virginia, Connecticut, Rhode Island, Massachusetts, New Hampshire, Vermont
PROTECT YOUR INVESTMENT
BEFORE IT’S TOO LATE
You’ve already made an important financial decision to purchase a solar pv system. In all your research and planning did you ever think that a wild animal could bring your power production and investment to a halt?
Not only do squirrels, birds, and other animals pose the possibility of becoming a huge nuisance by nesting under your panels, they can end up costing you in lost power production and out of pocket expenses to fix the damage they’ve caused. Whether that be roof and shingle damage or in worse but very common cases, damaged wiring. If that’s not enough, exposed wiring and nesting material create a possible fire hazard.
The good news is you can be proactive, and avoid this potential nightmare, with an guaranteed effective critter guard!
We are strategically located in New Jersey, which gives us the unique ability to service the entire East Coast of the United States. From Maine to Florida, no job is too far for us! Odds are we’ve probably already worked in your state before. Just use the contact link below and we would be happy to discuss your situation and provide a free estimate.
Birds can cause damage to
solar panels in a few different ways
Nesting: Birds may build nests underneath or on top of solar panels. The nesting materials and debris can accumulate, potentially leading to issues such as panel overheating or reduced airflow. Additionally, nests can block sunlight from reaching the panels, reducing their overall efficiency.
Droppings: Birds frequently leave droppings on and around solar panels. These droppings can accumulate over time and create a layer of debris that affects the panel's performance. The droppings may also contain corrosive substances that can degrade the panel's surface or coating.
Scratching or Pecking: Some birds, particularly pigeons, and seagulls, may perch on solar panels and scratch or peck at their surfaces. This behavior can scratch or crack the protective glass or coating of the panels, potentially reducing their efficiency or causing damage to the wiring and cells.
Shadowing: Large birds or flocks of birds perching on solar panels can cast shadows over the panels, blocking sunlight and reducing the overall energy output of the system.
Squirrels can cause damage to solar
panels in a few different ways
Squirrels will chew the wires to the system, it will cost thousands of dollars to replace solar panels and repair damaged wiring, along with lost power production. This will set you back years the breakeven point for your investment.
Nests that sit on a roof for too long will become waterlogged, which will rot away at the shingles and subfloor causing water damage inside your home.
Fire hazards from exposed wiring and dry nesting material like sticks and twigs. Yes, we have seen houses catch fire from this!