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ProBird® Spikes 4

Starting at £4.00

  • ProBird Gutter Bird Spikes are your ideal solution to stop birds such as pigeons and seagulls from perching, nesting and roosting in gutters.
  • Our spikes can be used as traditional spikes or when combined with gutter clips, clipped with ease to guttering.
  • Reduce waste and purchase by the meter or in packs of 100 or 10.
  • ProBird Spike 4 is designed with a flexible base, making them ideal bird spikes for gutters as they work with most curved surfaces.


Spike Width: 140mm

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probird4
Grouped product items
Product Name Qty
ProBird® Spike 4 (Per mtr)
£4.10
  • Buy 20 for £3.75 each and save 9%
Pro Bird Gutter Clip (Pk 100)
£19.50
ProBird Window Clips - Pack of 10
£4.00
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ProBird spikes for gutters help protect areas such as guttering from birds nesting and roosting. Birds often use guttering, and the build-up nesting material can damage drainage, causing costly problems if left over time. Our spikes can be used in the traditional method, but if the guttering is the source of your bird infestation, please purchase gutter clips to clip the spikes onto any curved surface easily.

The four-point system spikes have a high-quality UV-stabilised polycarbonate base and stainless steel tips to ensure they last the test of time, and weather. Each metre is made up of 2 strips which can also be attached to gutters using the relevant clips (sold separately).

Installing Bird Spikes: 

Spike systems are an effective system for proofing against pigeons and gulls in most situations, however this is not recommended for smaller bird species such as sparrows. Before installing bird spikes, it is important to make sure the area is cleaned by removing any guano and debris, such as flaking paint. This ensures proper adhesion. Surfaces should also be cleaned and sanitised with products such as Bio-Rid to disinfect and start breaking down the guano and dirt. Ensure the surface is dry before application, for damp conditions use a product such as Fix-all.
Apply silicon to the surface or base of the spike using a caulking gun, use the ridge in the base of the spike as a guide. Immediately position spike onto the surface, press down firmly in to place. Systems with angled leading spikes offer better edge protection when installed so spikes are protruding over the edge slightly. Rows of spikes should be no further than 65mm apart for pigeons and maximum of 100mm apart for gulls. Bird spike can be installed by using cable ties for pipes and rails or screwed on to wooden surfaces. They can also be installed on windows and gutters using specific clips.
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