Had enough of nests at your eaves ... and all the mess? 
A proven bird deterrent since 2011! 
NestStop is a completely humane product 
that will stop birds building a nest at your eaves. 
Explore this website to see how it works including 
a video showing NestStop in action. 
Proven to Work Since 2011 
Patent Pending No. 1101840.5 

How to Stop Birds Nesting 

Swallows and House Martins building their nest at the eaves of a dwelling can be a big problem.  Whilst these little birds are nice to look at, the mess immediately below a nest can be very unsightly and requires constant cleaning from spring to the autumn.  The eaves point is often above a door or, perhaps you park your car in the flight path to a nest. The wall below a nest is often an unsightly mess and very difficult to clean.  Use Neststop to deter birds from nesting under your eaves, easy to fit no maintenance required.  

The solution =  

Stop Swallows & House Martins Nesting 

How it Works - NestStop™ instantly creates a smooth surface on the wall which birds can't get a grip on or get mud to stick to. 

Tools Free - Fits in Minutes - Lasts for Years 
The picture of the nest here shows the most common nesting site and NestStop™ has been designed to stop nesting taking place at this location.(common location image) 
This simple device can be fitted in a few minutes and will solve the problem for years to come. It's clever design ensures it can fit the vast majority of eaves. 
Buy now with confidence - No hoping it will work. NestStop is now well proven to work with hundreds of referral sales. 
New lower prices and no VAT charged 


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NestStop Guarantee 
We guarantee that birds will not build a nest on a NestStop. If you want a humane way to stop birds building nests at the eaves of your house, NestStop is the answer. 
A Local product made in the UK 
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