As the weather warms up, your chances of spotting snakes starts to increase.
Snakes are pretty simple creatures. They are mostly just out to look for a mate, sunbake or find a feed.
If you want to reduce the likelihood of seeing snakes around your house, then we have some quick tips for you to follow below.
Snakes love rodents, so first step is to reduce them around your home. Here’s what you can do:
- Seal your entry doors and windows properly
- Store food in airtight containers
- Seal cracks and holes on the outside of the home
- Store firewood away from your home
You can read more on rat & mice pest control here.
Remember, although snakes are not a very popular animal and are often perceived with fear and hate, they do serve an important role in our natural ecosystem. If possible, it’s best to let them move on, or you can find a local snake handler to relocate them.
Want more info? Why not check out the links.
Living with snakes – https://environment.des.gov.au/wildlife/animals/living-with/snakes
What snakes live near you? – https://environment.des.gov.au/wildlife/animals/living-with/snakes/near-you
Want help getting rid of rodents around your home so you can reduce the chances of snakes? Or maybe you need some handyman help to get your house sealed properly?