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Bristol wildlife control tip of the month:
Squirrel Prevention Tips: How to Keep Squirrels Away
It’s not hard at all to prevent squirrels from getting inside your garden or home as soon as you go for strict fencing
around your arenas. They will always try crawling on your garden or house premise and will be effortlessly successful
unless you take the preventive measures. Home repair can be a good means to keep squirrels away while you just need to
ensure that there are no openings that can lead such animals inside the premise.
Consider paying attention to vents, dryer vent, roof vents, gable vents, and ridge cap vents that are at times having holes
here and there. For fencing it is wise to choose the smallest hole-diameter. Bristol animal trapping Plastic fencing or mesh wire can also be considered
to meet the purpose. Squirrels aren’t able to climb onto it since it wounds the paws.
Before repairing your building intending
to prevent squirrels you need to make a proper inspection to find out potential access points. Using a tall ladder can help
your perceive the areas of shadow well. You can also use a pair of low-power binocular for this purpose before endangering yourself
by making a random climb. Make sure you execute your Bristol exterminator inspection process during the day so that you’ll be free from danger and clearly
see cracks and holes in the attic or other places. A native squirrel usually chews holes in two inches diameter while other ones such
as grey and fox squirrels make it bigger than that.
Since squirrels are naturally adept leapers, keep your top-side of the building
at least ten feet away from trees and shrub branches so that they won’t be able to use trees as a medium while accessing into the building.
Eliminate vines that allow them a way to reach structures and hide access points. Install 3 feet based section of 2/3 diameter plastic Bristol wildlife removal pipes
as a barrier in order to stop squirrels from getting inside of the building using their access points. Take care of splitting the pipe according
to length with a saw, sharp knife, or tin snips and elaborate the opening apart as well as put it over the wire. Whenever the Bristol pest control pipe will be rotating
on the wire, squirrels will be tumbling off. Don’t consider placing pipe over some high-voltage wires and initially communicate with electricity
authority for help. Squirrels are usually dedicated to living in a customized environment. As soon as you destroy their way of living and distract
them from their eco-system you will be easily able to keep them away using effective Bristol animal control means.
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