How Did They Get in?
For snakes to go into your home, they would need to find something attractive about your home and a way to get into your home. As highlighted in our Exclusions Page, lawn care is the optimal way to keep snakes out. Short grass, removal of debris, and trimming shrubbery make your lawn have fewer places to hide. This means that between the forest and your home there is nowhere to hide from predators, which means less prey, which leads to fewer snakes.
After this, you should check for any possible entry points that snakes and other pests could get into your home. This includes checking your doors for gaps, making sure your walls and sidings are properly sealed, and checking the gutters and roof for possible entry points. At Virginia Snake Removal, we offer a free inspection to find any way the snakes could get in. After, we will seal up the entry points with construction-grade materials, and add traps and repellant outside in case there are more. Give us a call today to start with our snake exclusion services.