Free Planning & Estimating Service: What is Included?

Nixalite’s Planning Services Effective and early use of Nixalite’s planning, estimating and installation resources will help assure consistent and accurate product estimating, ordering and installation. Nixalite services, resources, tools, and installation aids are all designed to make your installation/application a smooth process. Nixalite can review your pest bird or nuisance animal control project and provide you with a comprehensive control evaluation. This often includes product … Continue reading Free Planning & Estimating Service: What is Included?

Just the Facts: Pigeons

Have you ever heard someone call pigeons; “rats with wings”? Truth is, Pigeon is a French word that derives from the Latin pipio, for a “peeping” chick. Only a few birds have been associated with humans so closely as the common city pigeon. It has been domesticated and taken around the world, raised for food, trained for homing, racing, and carrying messages, and used in research. Originally native … Continue reading Just the Facts: Pigeons

Bird Spikes & Bird Spike Accessories

Stainless Steel Bird Spikes Nixalite Bird Spikes are the highest quality and most successful bird barrier spikes on the market. Nixalite invented and patented the world’s first bird spike in the Fifties. Today we offer 8 different bird spike models to meet all budgets, infestation levels and bird types including sparrows, pigeons and seagulls. All our stainless steel bird spike models are proudly made in the … Continue reading Bird Spikes & Bird Spike Accessories

Just the Facts: Barn Swallows

AKA: Mud Swallows. Close relatives: Purple Martin, Cliff Swallow, Tree Swallow Scientific Classification: Animalia, Chordata, Aves, Passeriformes, Hirundinidae; Hirundo; H. rustica. Bird Size & Markings: Adult Barn Swallows are about 7” long, stand 4” high and have a 13” wingspan. They weigh less than 1 ounce. Males have metallic blue back, wings, and tail with rufous to tawny underside. The blue crown and face is … Continue reading Just the Facts: Barn Swallows