Rated 4.6 out of 5 by 11
Rated 5.0 out of 5.0 by farmgirl95602 Keeping the Guineas in
Guinea Fowl won't land on field fencing because it is too thin, but they like the linear poles of the chain link fencing. The problem is that they will hop down onto the street side of the fence. Then I have to go and chase them back to their side of the fence. They can't land on the linear poles with the Envirospike. This should stop them from being on the wrong side of the fence.
The hardest part of putting them up was the uneven ground that I was standing on.
These come in 2 foot lengths, and I zip tied them to the linear poles. Although the manufacturer says that you can glue with polyurethane outdoor adhesive, or with screws into a wood surface. Directions for these are given.
The plastic backing can be cut with tin snips or wire cutters. These are not sharp, but blunt cut stainless steel spikes that will make the birds uncomfortable not injured.
March 17, 2016
Rated 3.0 out of 5.0 by Mike Hard to tell how useful it is.
No matter what we do to keep pigeons away, they are so smart that they outsmart us. Even with these spikes, we have already seen some pigeons hanging on the edge...
June 24, 2016
Rated 5.0 out of 5.0 by Tinap Not Just For Birds
The envitospike stainless steel bird spikes work great. Not only does it work for bird on the roof but it also work on top of fence. I've also used them in my yard to keep the cats at bay. The stray cats seem to like my landscaping in my front yard for there home.So place them behind the plants where they like to did and used as a litter box and the problem is resolved.
May 24, 2016
Rated 5.0 out of 5.0 by bhcdiy Works Great!!
We have problems with birds landing on our privacy fence and scratching the wood and leaving droppings running down the side. I was hoping when I ordered this set of steel bird spikes that they would help with the problem. I was not disappointed! They work great! Birds aren't to happy, but they adjusted. I like feeding the birds but not the other problems that they occur. The spikes are 5" which are tall enough to keep small and large birds off. They are easy to install too. The base is made of plastic so you need to be careful when placing screws in them, but they have predrilled holes so that helps alot. I would recommend these to anyone having issues with birds landing where you don't want them--
April 2, 2016
Rated 4.0 out of 5.0 by Lori827 Bird Spikes really work
I was at my last idea when I saw these Bird Spikes. They came in a pretty small box but where very heavy. The quality was amazing and workmanship very good. We had birds roosting under the eaves of the patio and light fixtures. I put the spikes around the areas and the birds stop roosting. Now I have to put them on the front door and light fixture. They are not really noticeable unless you are looking for them.
May 5, 2016
Rated 4.0 out of 5.0 by namenik Does the trick!
I needed these to have my neighbor install to keep the pigeons away from my yard. His tenants have a dog and the birds were perching along his roof line and soiling the path alongside my house in addition to other areas of my backyard. I previously set up pie pans to bang and reflect to deter them but knew these were the only tried and true method to make sure they stay away. A bit pricey for what they are, pretty lightweight, but the assurance of success is probably worth it for most people.
January 2, 2016
Rated 5.0 out of 5.0 by Hayviator No more bird issues in the boat-house
These do exactly what they are designed to do. The can be mounted a couple of different ways (screws are included) but they make it virtually impossible for a bird to set-down wherever these are mounted. I wish we'd have found these years ago as I can't quantify the time spent cleaning bird droppings off the boat over the years. Problem has been solved!! Our neighbors have even noticed and have asked what we did to keep the birds out.
October 15, 2015
Rated 5.0 out of 5.0 by Bill Bird B Gone 50'x5" Envirospike Steel
They work as advertised!!! Definitely recommend!!!
September 26, 2015