About BirdCap

Because we care your property and your family members birds sitting on your roof bother us

Birds need to consume sand granules to digest their food. Roofs provide an excellent place to find the granules they need, without the danger of predators. Birds prefer the peak of gable and eventually pierce an entryway for water, squirrels, bees, and various pests. Once water enters, it will lead to multiple other complication. such as water stains, wood rot, mold, mildew, etc.

Breathing dust or water droplets containing contaminated bird droppings can lead to several diseases, including a flu-like illness called Psittacosis. Salmonella, a bacterial infection that can cause diarrhea, may also be present in some bird droppings.

Introducing BirdCap products.

* BirdCap is patented and trademarked
patent Number US 9,631.368 B1

BirdCap invention story

I started my career as a roofing salesman in 2012. My job was to knock on doors to offer roof inspection. My first roof inspection was a 20 SQ 2 Story home in  Duluth, GA …

On the roof, I discovered a golf-ball sized hole on every corner of the roof. Every once in a while, I would find these holes or tears at the peak of almost every old asphalt shingle roof.

I was very curious about the root cause of this roof damage. Luckily, I was able to meet a handyman who explained this. Birds eat granules from the shingles for digestion. This is why they sit on the roof and peck it. And this is exactly why there are holes or tears on every corner of the asphalt shingle roof. After realizing this,  I began crafting a cap to cover the corner of the roof. And with the help of Tony Kim, who is an architect and designer, the Birdcap was launched with the current elegant design featuring the tail push down mechanism. 

As a roofing salesman myself, it is a great joy to deliver quality roofing jobs with the help of roofers who risk their lives working 18 hours under the sun. For these hard-working roofing construction workers, we will keep developing roofing products to make their roofs special.