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5 Common Mistakes When Body Corporates Neglect Pest Bird Prevention

5 Common Mistakes When Body Corporates Neglect Pest Bird Prevention

5 Common Mistakes When Body Corporates Neglect Pest Bird Prevention Vexo | 26th April 2024The adoption of solar energy has surged across Australia, with many residential buildings and homes embracing the green revolution. However, amidst the enthusiasm for renewable...

Solarguard – Engineered To Protect Your Solar Panels

Solarguard – Engineered To Protect Your Solar Panels

Solarguard®: Engineered to protect your solar panels Vexo | 13th December 2023  Here are 6 reasons to install our Solarguard® Pro - VEXO on your solar panels Protect wildlife Minimise bushfire risk Pest control Kits have been designed UV resistance in mind...

The Great DIY Summer Holiday with VEXO

The Great DIY Summer Holiday with VEXO

The Great DIY Summer Holiday with VEXO Vexo | 14th December 2023Ah, the Great Australian summer holiday break – a time for barbies, beach trips, and battling the avian army and sneaky possums that seems to have declared your home its vacation destination. There’s no...

How do I protect my veggie patch from possums with VEXO

How do I protect my veggie patch from possums with VEXO

How do I protect my veggie patch from possums? Vexo | 7th December 2023Ah, the eternal struggle between a veggie patch enthusiast and the cunning possum invaders – a tale as old as time, or at least as old as your first tomato plant. Firstly, let's acknowledge the...

How to deal with birds on your roof

How to deal with birds on your roof

Pest birds such as pigeons, Indian mynas and starlings have become well adapted with the urban sprawl and have become an invasive pest. These pest birds like to use building surfaces to scavenge, roost and build their nests within roofs where it is warm and protected to raise their young.

How to Bird Proof Solar Panels

How to Bird Proof Solar Panels

Protecting solar panels is an important but often overlooked step for homeowners switching to sustainable energy. Birds nesting under solar panels will inevitably increase the amount of bird droppings on the panels rendering them ineffective over time and costly to clean and maintain.

Why Pest Birds Choose Your Property

Why Pest Birds Choose Your Property

Homeowners usually are not aware of the considerable damage that pesky birds can cause to their property. Examples of these invasive birds include myna, common starling, spotted dove, sparrows, pigeons, galas, crows, and seagulls.

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