Having Rodent Concerns Because Of Your Neighbors Yard? What To Do

Posted on: 30 March 2017


If the uncut yard and trash left carelessly around the yard of your neighbor's home has attracted large pests around your property, there are some things you may want to do. You want to make sure that you don't have rodents that are on your property or inside your home, which could compromise safety and sanitization. Rodents are dangerous to humans and pets, and they can damage your home. Here are a few of the things you want to look into so you can get control of this problem and protect yourself.

City Assistance

You can get assistance to have your neighbors take care of their yard by writing the city. The authorities can come out to see if the lawn is past the height that is stated by the city as acceptable. If so, they will get a notice that they need to cut their grass. You can also get them to order the neighbors to clean up the trash, especially if you can prove that it's attracting pests in your yard. Find out who you need to call or write and make a complaint and take action.

Pest Control

A pest control company that specializes in rodent extraction is ideal. The pest control company can come to your property and treat the inside and the outside, removing pests that have nested or invading the space, and treating the areas to make sure that pests don't come into the home. They can also treat insects that could be attracting the larger rodents.

Privacy Fencing

Fencing isn't a guaranteed to way to keep the pests out, but getting solid panel vinyl privacy fencing that goes below the surface level of your yard makes it difficult for mice and rats to crawl up or under to get from your neighbor's property to your home.

These are just a few of the things that you want to look into getting done so you can stop getting the feeling that there are rodents running around your home, or so you can stop the rodents that you know are running around your home. The pest experts can let you know if you do you have rodents how large, how many, and what you need to do to get them out of your home and off your property as quickly as possible. Take action right away before the problem gets difficult and costly to manage. To learn more, contact a company like Environmental Services Pest Control