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How to Keep Critters Away from Your Home this Winter


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Title: How to Keep Critters Away from Your Home this Winter

How to Keep Critters Away from Your Home this
Why Keep Critters Out During Winter
  • It probably doesn't feel good to drive these
    animals out of your home and into the chilly
    outdoors. But on the other hand, you're also
    aware it will give you peace of mind to keep them
    out of sight and away from your loved ones.
  • Animals can be noisy. They'll make their presence
    known and bother you with their constant
    squeaking and thumping. Chances are they'll also
    make holes anywhere possible around your home so
    getting in and out will be much easier for them.

  • Here are More Tips to Keep them Away From your

Repair Roof Damage
  • Rodents love attics. To keep them from gaining
    access to this part of your home, be sure to
    inspect your roof for damages or missing
  • Call on professionals to do necessary fixes.
    Consider switching to plastic containers too that
    critters won't be able to chew on as easily as

Inspect Your Pantry and Food Supplies
  • Since the year is ending and another one is
    coming, it's only fitting to do some decluttering
    . Check supplies you have in your kitchen and
    throw out expired items.
  • During gatherings or even on normal days, see to
    it that your floors and counters are cleaned up
    right away. Get rid of spills, crumbs, or any
    food debris.

Clean Your Appliances Properly
  • Crumbs and food debris may have squeezed in or
    are still left on tight or hard to reach parts of
    your appliances. Inspect your appliances, dust
    them off, and remove any food debris left.
  • While you're at it, do check your sinks for leaks
    as well. Moisture attracts pests and animals.
    Take immediate action should you spot leaks on
    your sink.

Check Your Chimney
  • Your chimney is another attractive nesting place
    for squirrels and bats. Consider investing in a
    chimney cap to cover the top of your chimney.
  • In case you're using firewood for your fireplace,
    store them away from your home. Wood piles can
    attract critters.
  • And if they're too close to your home, chances
    are they'll eventually gain access inside .

Secure Your Garage
  • Your garage is another ideal nesting place for
    critters this cold season.
  • They can find a nice warm place under your car
    hood or even inside your car. Check your car for
    signs of visiting rodents.
  • If you have items laying on the ground, you might
    want to move them on shelves or in plastic

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