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Bird-B-Gone Releases Installation Videos

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The bird control product manufacturer has released a series of how-to videos for the installation of several products.

| June 27, 2013

MISSION VIEJO, Calif. - Bird-B-Gone has released several new installation videos, now available on birdbgone.com and YouTube. The installation videos cover Bird Wire, Bird Spike, Bird Slope and Bird Jolt Flat Track.

Each video provides an informative overview of how to install these bird control products, Bird-B-Gone said. “This is perfect for new installers who have the capability but need a little training before taking on a job,” says Ian Rowsby, Director of Sales at Bird-B-Gone. Now in addition to attending Bird-B-Gone University or having a member of the sales team come on-site for training, installers can watch the videos and learn how to install Bird-B-Gone products.
 
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 Rowsby. “And if you need additional help or information, we’re always available to help.”
 
 

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