Stopping Wildlife From Leaving Their Odors Behind
We’re in the business of riding your home, business, yard and other living spaces of disgusting odors left behind by wildlife and other problems before they’ve become a “clear and present” danger. This kind of stench is not only annoying, but it can also lead to other problems with mold, property damage, disease, health problems and other deadly risks.
You might not think that wildlife presents all that much of a problem besides some of the disgusting scents they leave behind, but dead or alive, they can still pass on diseases like Salmonella, Leptospirosis, Histoplasmosis and many more deadly and dangerous threats. Before you discount them as only a possible peril or potential danger, think about ways you can make sure they don’t call your home, yard, garden or business their new home.
Most often, these types of annoyances come from smaller animals, rodents, skunks, raccoons, possums and other types of scavengers. Although some see them as cute and cuddly thanks to a plethora of videos found on the internet, they’re still a menace and should be considered as the enemy. In order to defeat an enemy, you must first understand them in order to protect yourself from them.
For example, most of these critters are nocturnal, so making your space as unpleasant, loud and annoying as humanly possible during the day is a good place to start. These animals are much less likely to nest or roost near your property during daylight hours, which in turn will drive them even further away at night when they like to forage. Lots of activity and noise around your property, even playing the radio or television during the day is often enough to keep them at bay.
Another way to stop these nuisances from moving into your territory is to rid your property of free food and shelter that can be available to them. Get rid of standing water, which will also keep mosquitoes, and other pests away, which attracts even more creatures like snakes and rodents who feed on them. Don’t store pet food (or people food) outdoors and keep garbage containers tightly closed or store them in outbuildings, garages or sheds.
When it comes to temporary (or permanent living spaces) keep your outdoor areas free from clutter, even a well-stacked woodpile makes a comfortable space for a critter to take up residence. Be sure to maintain good landscaping, ensure bushes, shrubs and other growth are trimmed from the ground up. Keep fruit underneath trees picked up and cover compost piles if you have them.
If you have a fenced yard, make sure it is completely functional, free of cracks, loose boards, holes or other possible entry points. Regularly check latches and hinges on gates and make sure they’re in good working order. Do your best to keep your fortress well protected at all times.
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