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What are the methods to install an Anti Bird Nets?

What are the methods to install an Anti Bird Nets? Anti Bird Nets are the important elements in our daily life. Amulya Enterprises is the major leading company in providing anti bird nets installation in Chennai. there are steps involved in fixing anti bird netting.

1. Drilling the corner areas where the nylon net has to be fixed, usually its drilling every 1.5ft or 1 mtr gap according to the requirement

2. Placing fishery (plastic ghattas) and steel hooks

3. Preparing the nylon net according to the size and placing the border rope to the corners of the nylon net

4. Placing the nets to locking the border ropes to hooks

5. Tighting the border rope n putting knot to the border rope.

6. Hammering the hooks for permanent lock



For the above question my answer would be yes. Many of the apartments in Bangalore are facing problem from pigeons and Birds. To avoid it Amulya Enterprises introduced an idea, By Installing a Pigeon Safety Net. By installing we assure that no pigeon will enter into balconies.

by this way we can control. We have alternate solutions like Bird Spikes which can be fixed at the Sajjas, Windows avoid the same. Bird Spikes are bit expensive than the nylon safety nets. Please contact us for better quote. or Call us on 9566222040 for fixing.


Why is safety important

Safety is the most important aspect of any of our decisions in the work place or home. Everything we deal in has some danger. The danger may be from current or a physical fall or even posture of our chair which is something known as ergonomic safety.

To understand what is safety? We spoke to some of industry leaders who work around safety. We got to speak to professionals of Amulya Enterprises who deal all types of safety nets. They tell us to put it simply being safe than sorry in any of our daily chores. Every activity we do in the real world comes with some risk factors and as far as safety nets in Hyderabad are concerned they assure the best kind of safety for all types of safety nets.



Both humans and animals can be affected. The disease is transmitted to humans by airborne fungus spores from soil contaminated by pigeon and starling droppings (as well as from the droppings of other birds and bats). ... On occasion, the disease can cause high fever, blood abnormalities, pneumonia and even death. Transmission of diseases such as histoplasmosis, cryptococcosis, and psittacosis (ornithosis). Attraction of ticks, mites, cockroaches and rats. Unpleasant odour and noise issues. Damage to buildings and monuments due to the highly corrosive nature of pigeon droppings. Extensive damage to air-conditioning units and other roof top machinery.