Birdwire is a spring-tensioned wire system designed to create an unstable landing area that is widely used throughout North America because it is extremely low-profile. It carries GSA approval for historic buildings.
The Birdwire system is one of the least visible of all ledge products, and is frequently used on high-visibility ledges where aesthetics are important.
How It Works
Nylon-coated, spring-tensioned stainless steel wire is attached to stainless steel posts at differing heights and intervals. The posts are secured to masonry using nylon anchor rivets (requires drilling into the surface) or glue-on bases.
Variety of Options
The posts are available in various sizes and many different brackets and clamps allow installation on otherwise hard-to-protect surfaces like sprinkler pipes, rain gutters and I-beams. Stainless steel split pins can be used to install the system inside window reveals.
Harmless to birds or humans alike.
Where to use:
Long, exposed ledges, parapets, signs, beams, pipes etc.
Pigeon or larger
Stainless steel, nylon coated wire is attached to stainless steel posts and tensioned using springs
Ease of Installation: