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Self-Storage Pest-Control Supplier Bird-B-Gone Introduces Installation Videos in Spanish


Bird-B-Gone Inc., a supplier of pest-control products for self-storage and other building types, has released several of its new commercial installation videos in Spanish. The videos, available through the company's YouTube Channel, show viewers how to properly install the company's Bird Wire, Bird Spike, Bird Slope and Bird Jolt Flat Track products. Each provides an overview of how to install bird-control products.

“We are now able to reach and help a wider range of customers, as many of them speak Spanish. Just like our English videos, the Spanish version is perfect for new installers who have the capability but need a little training before taking on a job,” said Ian Rowsby, director of sales. The videos are also an excellent tool for authorized Bird-B-Gone installers to enhance or recap their training, he said.

The videos not only show how to install the products, they help installers learn how to determine what situation and for what type of bird the product is best suited. “You get a lot of useful information in a short period of time by watching the installation videos,” says Mr. Rowsby. “And if you need additional help or information, we’re always available to help.”

Other company videos can be viewed at by choosing “Bird Control Videos” from the Resource Center drop-down menu on the top navigation bar. Further instruction on installing the company’s products can be obtained through Bird-B-Gone University or training at the Irvine, Calif., headquarters.

Founded in 1992, Bird-B-Gone Inc. is a manufacturer of professional-grade bird deterrents. The company’s products help solve pest-bird problems in commercial, industrial and residential settings.

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