Busy architectural details provide multiple perching sites on the building to the left. StealthNet stretched down the face of the building is the perfect permanent exclusion solution. From the inside looking out, the netting is hardly noticeable.
StealthNet installed vertically, is tensioned over this sheltered roosting spot, denying access to even the most determined pigeons.
Face netting is the most cost-effective and aesthetic solution for buildings with busy architectural details or multiple perching sites.
Retail Center Overhang
StealthNet was installed horizontally, covering the overhang at this retail center and denying access to sparrows and starlings who were landing on the ledges and lights above, making a mess of the sidewalks. Right: A zipper is seamed into the netting for access to lights using net rings.
Rather than bird-proof an overwhelming number of small ledges, this hospital opted to completely exclude birds from their courtyard by covering it with 2" black StealthNet.