Limerick Wildlife Control & Removal
We are A Wildlife Pro, and we operate a professional wildlife removal business servicing Limerick, PA. We are not a Limerick pest control company or Limerick exterminator. We strictly deal with wild animals, like raccoons, squirrels, bats, skunks, and more. We offer building inspections and animal damage repairs, Limerick animal trapping services, attic cleanup, and more. If you need fast Limerick wildlife removal services at a fair price, call us any time to discuss your Limerick critter problem and to schedule a same-day or next-day appointment.
Limerick wildlife removal tip of the month:
How to keep snakes out of your basement? It is a fact that snakes do not enter in to your basement to terrorize you. They often come to seek shelter or a safe place to hide from inclement weather. Snakes can catch a prey like any rodent to the location. So it is not only legitimate but also compulsory to check your basement instead searching somewhere else. The best way to avoid snakes residing in your basement is to make your location extremely unattractive for them. Following are some tips to keep snakes out of your basement.
Eliminate hiding places:
Snakes are known as stealthy hunters and require sufficient cover for easily and successfully ambushing their prey. Therefore you have to follow good yard keeping practices and eliminate the hiding places on your property. Reset your compost pile to a place as far from dwelling as possible. Trim the low limbs from shrubs and hedges to at least 12 inches above ground level. Keep the lawn cut short. Remove and dispose of the plant refuse immediately.
Removing all sort of debris:
Move piles of firewood, boards, bricks, sheet metal and so as far from your basement as possible. Stack all such materials at least 12 inches off the floor. Remove all sorts of refuse and debris as well as unnecessary clutter lying around from the basement.
Remove natural feed of snakes:
Get rid of the animals that snakes hunt actively. Snakes are much fond of eating lizards, rodents, birds and frogs. Smaller snake species are rather insectivores. So you can guess a rodent infestation in your basement if you get a snake there. Move the bird feeders too away from your property. If there is no prey readily available for the snake it will leave the area at its own.
Removing water containers:
Try to remove the containers that are holding standing water as it attracts the birds, smaller mammals, amphibians and reptiles. All these are prey animals that invite snakes to your property. Also move the bird baths away from house. When not in use, try to keep the pools and hot tubs covered.
Seal all the tiny holes:
Seal any cracks or holes found in the foundation of your house. Cover the open septic systems using 1/4 inch mesh hardware cloth. Seal all the openings around the basement windows. Remember snakes do not need big entrances to stay in your basement.
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