Pigeon Slide was created when it was discovered that pigeons nest where their eggs do not roll. The most obvious spots were against galvanized wire mesh, walls, and in required spacing between concrete roofing tiles. It was discovered that the low-profile nature of this application was ideal for homeowners concerned about the aesthetics of roof-top appurtenances.
It was not long before applications evidenced a strong degree of disfavor by birds not able to stand on the more severely pitched applications. Since then we have demonstrated enormous success with varying forms of this concept. In general the application can be designed for just nesting prevention applications or may include a different design to include perching prevention applications.
The patent was initiated several years ago. The claims were intended to be as all encompassing as possible since so many forms of the application were becoming possible. We are seeking claims for any product installed on a building or structure to make an object slide off. Since the initial filing, we have seen a good number of competitive products come to market.
We are pleased at this research and development. This demonstrates to us that the product is becoming an essential part of the national bird control product arsenal. We encourage use and development of our patent-pending product since licensing privileges will ultimately be redirected to The Pigeon Guy. The usage patent is still undergoing processing in order to approve the many claims we feel can be utilized. Once all the claims have been approved, we will demonstrate the various applications for these products. In the meantime, we thank you for your interest in this product line. If you have any further questions or future licensing interest, feel free to contact me directly email@example.com.
Pigeon Slide Technology (nesting and perching) – This versatile product provides unparalleled results and aesthetics. Installation requires special training, regardless of where the treatment area may be. If you are treating an area for nesting, the surface, corners, pitch and anchor spots are very specific or the pigeons will make you look silly. If you are treating an area for nesting and perching simultaneously, you also need to consider the material, color, measurements, pitch, anchoring product and design. This product has an unquestioned history for exceptional results and aesthetics.